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Sealy ISD partners with local businesses

Sealy ISD has begun its partnership with almost a dozen businesses throughout the city to help bring their students real-world experience they otherwise would not otherwise experience. Every … more

Playoff bound

In a season that has been full of up-and-downs for the Sealy Tigers, the regular season ended on the best possible note for a team: earning a spot in the playoffs. After blowing a 16-point lead … more

Thank you, veterans

As a massive American flag blew in the wind, the sounds of youth singing “God Bless the USA” filled the air and people of all ages greeted each other with hugs and handshakes, the residents of … more

Constitutional amendments approved

Almost 900 ballots were cast locally in a Nov. 7 election, all of which passed in Austin County and statewide. The following items appeared on the ballot: State of Texas Proposition 1 – … more

City releases employee salaries

Annual salaries for Sealy employees run the gamut from part-timers who make just over $10,000 per year to the interim city manager and police chief coming close to six figures. The median salary … more

Reichardt Construction named to Aggie 100

COLLEGE STATION – Reichardt Construction LLC of Cat Spring is among the top 100 companies named to the 6th Annual Aggie 100 honoring the fastest-growing companies in the world owned or operated by … more

Boo Bash draws a crowd

As storm clouds rolled through Austin County on the afternoon of Oct. 31, residents panicked, wondering what they would do with their kids, and those costumes, and the makeup and the candy. But … more

Semper Fi

Maj. Shawn Matthew Campbell was my husband, and he was Tristan, Kenna, Kate and Donovan’s dad. He was kind, considerate, calm, soft-spoken, dedicated, faithful. Shawn had a fun-loving, … more

On top of the world

Sealy residents were among millions who tuned in to watch the Houston Astros compete against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the World Series. The series offered quite a few ups and downs, lots of … more

Sealy students celebrate Unity Day

Near the end of October, it’s not unusual to find people wearing the color orange. They do it to match the festivities of Halloween but on Oct. 25, the students of Sealy Intermediate School and … more

Council postpones decision on tax hikes

The Sealy City Council was poised to move forward with utility increases during a regular meeting Oct. 24 but instead opted to table several items and seek more information. Interim City Manager … more

Bras for a Cause raises more than $2,000

The Saddleback Saloon held a third successful Bras for a Cause event Saturday raising $2,515 for breast cancer awareness. The event, hosted by The Sealy News, has men from around the community model … more

Vet among many locals to be honored this month

Veterans Day is just around the corner and many local residents say they want to use the opportunity to connect with their comrades. Kenneth Currens, a U.S. Navy veteran and former mayor of San … more

Elementary construction reaches milestone

On Oct. 26 and 27, the construction of the new Sealy Elementary School reached a milestone when red iron beams were placed into the concrete and 25,000 square feet of more concrete was poured into … more
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