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Most people who follow Texas history presume the Mexican Army retreated to Mexico after the capture of General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna at the 1836 Battle of San Jacinto. more
April 4-11, 2019 more
For the second year in a row, Sealy High School Career and Technical Education teacher Melissa Simms has been chosen as the recipient of a scholarship that sponsors Dave Ramsey’s Foundations in Personal Finance curriculum in 250 high schools across the nation. more
Hanna Gibson made her way through the regional competitions and punched her ticket to the UIL Academic State Meet for prose interpretation. The top contest in the Lone Star State takes place May 29 and 30 at the University of Texas – Austin. more
Traveling through Sealy is about to become a little different in the coming weeks. more
The Sealy Chamber of Commerce helped Walmart cut the ribbon for its new pickup service Thursday morning. Pictured cutting the ribbon are Alyssa Resendez (with scissors) and Aisha Sadiku. more
The Sealy News has won seven awards in the South Texas Press Association’s annual Better Newspaper Contest, held Friday in La Grange. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
For the residents of Sealy, waiting for Starbucks to open has been like watching a pot of coffee slowly percolate over low heat. more
Families filled Abe & Irene Levine Park for the Easter Eggstravaganza last weekend. Easter egg hunts were on top of a petting zoo, face paint and games where fun was had by all. more
Hanna Gibson made her way through the regional competitions and punched her ticket to the UIL Academic State Meet for prose interpretation. more
For the second year in a row, Sealy High School Career and Technical Education teacher Melissa Simms has been chosen as the recipient of a scholarship that sponsors Dave Ramsey’s Foundations in Personal Finance curriculum in 250 high schools across the nation. more
March essay winners from Maggie B. Selman Elementary School. more
The Nursery School Classes at Faith Academy are working their way through the alphabet and found themselves on the letter "R" this week. more
An Eagle Scout project will soon help a pair of memorials, that have been languishing on the north side of IH-10 in Sealy, get more attention. more
“Sarcophagus” takes place in Moscow in 1986 and is a firsthand account of what happened in the research hospital where the victims of the Chernobyl explosion were sent. more
With the promotion of Mary Gajewski to the district office, the vacancy she left behind in the principal’s seat at Sealy Elementary School was filled during a special meeting of the Sealy Independent School District Board of Trustees. more
Thursday, April 18, Christians around the world will begin Holy Week with the celebration of Maundy Thursday services. more
In Sheryl Moore’s 33 years of experience in education, she noted there has only been one other time where she could feel the ground shaking underneath her as the legislative powers that be go to work discussing school funding reform. more
Boots and blue jeans were worn, dancing was had and funds were raised Saturday night at the annual “Boots and Blue Jeans” fundraiser benefiting Blinn College’s scholarship fund for Sealy High School Students. more
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