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SHS students earn free college credit

Students at Sealy High School can earn free college credit through the welding program offered at the school. more

Victim found dead of apparent suicide

Sealy Police and Austin County EMS responded to the Rooms For Rent Motel at 207 N. Meyer St. in Sealy just before 8 p.m. March 2 and found a 22-year-old male dead from a gunshot wound in an apparent … more

Master gardeners receive service awards

Garry Kroeger of Bellville and Harold Pieratt of La Grange are BMGA’s Master Gardeners of 2016. more

USDA announces funding to improve rural electric infrastructure

TEMPLE, Texas – Rural Development Acting Deputy Under Secretary Roger Glendenning announced that USDA is making loans to electric cooperatives that will help continue to deliver safe, reliable and … more

Women’s rights are human rights

Senator Lois Kolkhorst more

Women’s rights are human rights

In May of 2016, President Obama issued an edict that all school children could declare their own gender and use the restroom, locker room and shower of their choice. Thankfully, the … more

Sealy FFA members excel at SA Livestock Exhibition

Montana Hicks finished 5th in her class, and made the youth livestock auction. Also in the photo is Sealy FFA member Jordyn Davila. more

Sealy FFA members excel at SA Livestock Exhibition

For many FFA members, the turning of a new year marks the beginning of the Major Stock Show season. Sealy FFA members have been hard at work dedicating countless hours to preparing their livestock … more

Sealy FFA members excel at SA Livestock Exhibition

John Owen exhibited a Reserve Class Champion Market Goat. Also in the photo is Sealy FFA Advisor Troy Oliver, Avery Oliver, and John's parents Lavinia and Brian Owen. more

Sealy FFA earns championship at San Antonio Livestock Show

On Sunday, Feb. 26, Sealy FFA competed in the San Antonio Stock Show Livestock judging contest. The Junior team earned championship honors beating over 130, 4H and Junior FFA teams from across Texas. … more

Master gardeners receive service awards

The Bluebonnet Master Gardeners Association opened 2017 with an awards ceremony honoring members for their years of service, volunteer hours, outstanding gardening skills, continuing education units … more

SHS students earn free college credit

This story was made possible by McCarthy Drafting, LLC with their support for Newspaper In Education. NIE is an educational partnership between the newspaper industry and participating school … more

Two Sealy officials appointed as chairmen of statewide committees

Larry Kuciemba Sealy City Manager more

Two Sealy officials appointed as chairmen of statewide committees

The Association of Rural Communities in Texas (ARCIT) recently announced the appointment of two Sealy officials as chairmen of statewide committees. Mayor Mark Stolarski of Sealy has been … more

SHS CTE students network with industry leaders

Sealy High School CTE students attended the Women In Industry conference at South Shore Harbour Resort in League City Feb. 17 to explore petrochemical careers. They networked with industry leaders … more

Two Sealy officials appointed as chairmen of statewide committees

Mark Stolarski Mayor of Sealy more

Chamber offers Chrysler membership

Sealy Chamber of Commerce members join Ryan Chrysler dealership employees and management to celebrate the opening of their new building and membership into the chamber during a Jan. 31 ribbon cutting … more

SHS UIL takes Sweepstakes at Needville UIL invitational

Pictured: (front) Morgan Gajewski, Gyssel Salinas, Adriana Duron, (middle) Casey Faichtinger, Allison Sanchez, Alejandro Guillen, (back) Matthias Litzmann, Kody Sneed and Hunter Clark. Not pictured: … more

Mardi Gras colonial style

Colonial Belle Nursing Home residents celebrated Mardi Gras in grand fashion with help from the Sealy High School Interact Club, Choir and Sealy Rotary Club on Feb. 23. more

Robotics, engineering get upgrades

Sealy Rotary recently presented the Sealy Junior High robotics and engineering department with a $2,000 grant. Pictured: (front) Toni Franklin, Hayden Behrens, Trace Ashorn, Zachary Easterly, Wyatt … more
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