Letters to the Editor
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Chief Reeves, with the unfortunate incident of the shootings of law enforcement personnel and citizens in the Midland and Odessa area on Aug. 31, 2019, it is all the more evident how very important a strong, dedicated, and trustworthy police force is to ensure public safety to all the citizens of and around the City of Sealy. more
I am thrilled to say that I handed in my manuscript yesterday. more
The Times Tribune newspaper in Brookshire stopped production and is no longer in business. Has The Sealy News thought about taking it over and covering news in Brookshire? more
Just wanted to say thank you for your work in Honduras and for your understanding of their reasons for wanting a better life in the U.S. I was critical of your editorial on healthcare. But it’s only right that I let you know when I agree with you as well. 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 letter is to all members of the Sealy EDC, and to welcome the new director, Robert Worley. We want to officially send our sincere “thank you” out to all of you for working with us towards … more
Years ago, Sealy Texas had a sign on Interstate 10, that told of four state championships, which brought great pride to its citizens. After years of wear and tear, the sign fell apart and was never replaced. This apathy really irritated my husband, T.J. Mills, and he always talked of getting a new sign. more
WOW! Two great events occurred in Sealy this weekend. I have so many people to thank for their help and generosity, it’s hard to know where to begin. more
I am renewing The Sealy News as I have done for the past 74 years. I am Clifford T. Masarik. We, Capt. Carl Nastoupil were the first reservist to be called back into service during the outbreak of the Korean Conflict. more
A hearty thank you for the generous support you gave for the first annual MUD BUGS event. 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
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
To the editor: Thank you very much for sponsoring the award for Best Fruit at the Flower Show at the 2018 Austin County Fair. I am the proud winner of the award and I will display it with pride … 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
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
To the editor: Thank you and The Sealy News for promoting and advertising 2018 Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market at NRG Center. We appreciate all your efforts and mentions of this special event … more
To the editor: Thank you to all who so generously donated and volunteered for HOA Austin County Meals on Wheels program. Your help supports our mission to assist the senior citizens in our 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
To the editor: I really struggled whether to renew or not. The Sealy News has so little local content. So much is happening around town yet no one can seem to see much less write a story … 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
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