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For people with Type 2 diabetes or just interested in healthy cooking ideas, the AgriLife Extension Agency’s Multi-County Cooking Well with Diabetes series is right around the corner. more
Despite the challenges presented by COVID-19, the Blinn College District had registered 17,724 students for fall 2020 terms with a variety of late-term 4-, 8-, and 12-week courses still available for registration. more
Some of the world’s top musicians are taking part in a series of Blinn College District Music Department virtual master class sessions. more
The City of Sealy Health Inspector has inspected the following establishments for food preparation, kitchen cleanliness, and sanitary conditions: Aug. 27 – Dairy Queen – 1902 Meyer St. … more
The Austin County Fair and Rodeo may have been canceled this year due to COVID-19, but the Livestock Show and Sale and other events are still taking place.   2020 schedule of … more
Sealy Main Street has announced that it will hold Halloween on Main as a drive-thru event on Oct. 31. The event will be held from 3-5 p.m. with vehicles lining up at B&PW Park and slowly parading … more
The ballots are ready for numerous elections in Austin County on Nov. 3. With several cities, school boards, and other public entities postponing their spring elections to November due to the … more
The old Rooms 4 Rent motel downtown will be demolished “down to the dirt” and used as a lot for city functions following action taken Sept. 15 by the Sealy City Council. It took action … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Austin County rose again last week after making significant declines the previous two weeks. The Texas Department of State Health Services reported that the … more
One thing educators never learned in school was how to teach during a pandemic. They’re having to figure it out as they go. It’s an evolving process that is imperfect but reaching reasonable … more
Courtney Westphal from Columbus, left, and Hailey Arteaga from Sealy are silhouetted as they crest the hill during the girls race at the cross country meet Friday morning at Sealy High School. more
Karissa Nickeson is sworn in as a new patrol officer for the Sealy Police Department by Sealy City Manager Lloyd Merrell (right) Monday morning at City Hall. Behind Nickeson is Sealy Police Chief Jay … more
On Sept. 10, AL&M Building Supplies donated T-shirts to members of the Sealy Fire Department in remembrance of 9/11. Pictured are Jonathan Tollett, Joshua Bermea, Kevin Kramr, Debbie Hamner of AL&M, … more
Two Sealy fall favorite events have fallen to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Seal News has canceled Bras for a Cause and Boo Bash. “In the interest of public safety amid the COVID-19 crisis and … more
After holding two public hearings in six days on the proposed tax rate for 2020-2021, the Austin County Commissioners Court is poised to pass a slight increase due in large part to an increase in … more
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Austin County has plummeted but at the same time, the number of deaths has spiked.The state reports Austin County with nine deaths due to the virus, up three … more
Miss Marshmellow is offering her dance classes for free. Marsha Merrell (a.k.a. Miss Marshmellow) is offering her tuition-free dance classes at First Baptist Church, 707 8th St., until the Hill … more
A brawl broke out at the Kenney Store in the early morning hours of Aug. 30 involving up to as many as 30 people and sending two to the hospital. The case under investigation by the Austin County … more
Senior Alvin Nunn carries the American flag as he leads the Sealy Tigers football team onto the field Friday night for the first game of the season. more
When the Sealy Economic Development Corporation provided grants to local businesses to help them through financial struggles related to the COVID-19 pandemic, it did so with the caveat that the money … more
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