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Upcoming high school juniors and seniors have the opportunity to show off their fashion sense and thrifting skills by participating in the Thrift Store Fashion Challenge being presented by Flint … more
U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) recently presented the members of the Java Gypsies with congressional certificates of recognition. Pictured with their certificates at the law enforcement shooting … more
Nearly a dozen granny-aged gals grabbed their guns and followed Sealy Police Chief Jay Reeves to the law enforcement shooting range in San Felipe July 22 for a friendly shooting lesson. The group … more
In a matter of four weeks, Jon Stork went from having a song from his first full-length album top the Texas Regional Radio Report, to performing at Rodeo Houston to stopping in the Sealy Walmart parking lot announcing the rest of the rodeo, where he was supposed to appear again, was canceled due to COVID-19. more
The 93rd Austin County Fair and Rodeo is set for Oct. 2 to 11 in Bellville, starting with the barbecue contest and ending with Whiskey Meyers on the main stage. more
After finishing in a tie for sixth place in the first round of the girls cutting competition at the Texas High School Rodeo Association State Finals Rodeo in Abilene last month, Sealy’s Samantha … more
The Austin County Fair Association is planning on holding its annual shrimp boil on Friday, July 17, in the Austin County Fair Exposition and Convention Center. However, it will look a little … more
Anyone who has ever studied United States history in school knows about John Wilkes Booth and the plot to assassinate President Abraham Lincoln. more
While he could not have an in-person ceremony to receive it, Sealy High School senior Khondker Salim achieved what he’s set out for in two previous trips to the Texas Art Education Association’s state Visual Arts Scholastic Event: the Gold Seal award reserved for the top 150 artists in the state. more
As a small-town newspaper editor, it can be intimidating to edit the writing of someone called the Grammar Guy. more
Maybe there’s something serendipitous about the timing of the board and card game golden age that has been occurring for the last few years. Here are ten that are easy to learn and can help pass the time with family and friends – whether you’re social distancing or not. more
You just spit in a tube. more
The story behind the classic tale of Peter Pan is coming to the Blinn College District’s Dr. W.W. O’Donnell Performing Arts Center. more
You’ve always looked forward to Christmas Future.Getting the family together is the best. Seeing the decorations, hearing the carols, watching TV specials, it’s an annual treat that adds … more
In this the 45th season of the Texas Renaissance Festival, the Queen is quietly marking her 20th season in the magical kingdom in the town of Todd Mission. more
Mickey Gilley and Johnny Lee may be old men, but they still know how to party and sing good old country music. more
Greg, Karen and big brother Nolan Lapham are happy to announce the birth of Katherine Elizabeth. more
Ronald Garland teared up as he recalled the generosity of a complete stranger. more
The owner of this photo of the Sealy Band, circa 1920s or early 1930s, is in need of identification of its members. more
A dentist’s drill on “fast.” more
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