Letters to the Editor
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Dear Editor,Thank you so much for your continued coverage of this life and death situation. It’s truly sad to see so many people defy logic, especially those in leadership who should know … more
Dear Editor,The Sealy Planning Commission will soon be working on a 2020 Comprehensive Plan that will serve as a roadmap for the massive building and expansion of this area. This plan lists the … more
Dear Editor,A special thank you to Lawrence Siska, Director of Streets, Parks, and Drainage, for his hard work in cleaning up the Allens Creek area by the new apartment developments, the police and … more
Dear Editor,Full-time staff members at Sealy City Hall are paid to perform a service. Committees are designed to allow citizen input on the multiple issues affecting the city. Although experienced … more
Mayor Janice Whitehead's decision to forego the physical city council meeting and switch to Zoom online conferencing resulted in an unplanned benefit: the meeting was not rushed or interrupted. more
This past Lenten season, the Friends of Sealy American Legion Post 442 hosted Fish Fries as fundraisers to further their endeavors in charitable donations and physical improvements around the American Legion Hall. more
The “Friends of the American Legion” group would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to BSA Troop 548 here in Sealy for their awesome help and assistance during the Lenten Fish Frys at the Sealy Legion Hall! more
I found your story about Dr. Kannappan Krishnaswamy’s practice and use of TeleMed services very interesting and helpful. more
I ran to Walmart today (Sunday, March 29) in Sealy to pick up an online order of groceries for my small childcare business which is under intense stress and pressure to keep everything so incredibly sanitized and safe that my hands are cracking from the cleaning, my chest hurts from the stress, and I can’t get it out of my mind. more
I am a Scout in Scouts BSA and one of my requirements for Communications Merit Badge (requirement 7a) is to write to my local newspaper about an opinion of something happening in my community. more
I’m in favor of gravel parking lots. So dig up Main Street and put down gravel and park anywhere. Save money on signs! more
I want to thank you for publishing the information in The Sealy News about the Austin County Commissioners Court’s selection of two potential sites in Austin County where landfills would be allowed. more
This year World Spay Day takes place on Feb. 25. World Spay Day is an annual campaign that shines the spotlight on the power of affordable, accessible spaying and neutering to decrease the number of animals put down in shelters or living on the street. more
As the holiday season and year end is upon us, you may receive solicitations for donations from various agencies and worthy charitable organizations. As you consider donations, we ask that you think of HOA-Meals on Wheels of Austin County. more
On behalf of Memorial Herman Foundation, thank you for Sealy Publications Inc. thoughtful gift of $14,489.99 in support of Bras for the Cause benefiting breast and ovarian cancer services at Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital. more
The State of Texas, in its infinite wisdom, is going to start collecting a sales tax on all adoption fees from nonprofit rescue groups like PUPS (Prevent Unwanted Pets). more
Turkey and stuffing. Sweet potatoes and green bean casserole. Pumpkin and apple pies. We’ve all got our Thanksgiving favorites. But the best part of Thanksgiving isn’t what’s on the table, it’s who’s at your table. more
People go from celebrating Halloween to planning for Christmas. Thanksgiving is now the day before Black Friday or even the first shopping day. This is just another work day. more
Thanks to Cindy and Darren Brandes for having concerned citizens at their home who travel on Grubbs Road to discuss the condition of the road. more
Our state representative visited our town recently to enlighten us on state news. more
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