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The Blinn College District invites current and prospective students to apply for approximately $270,000 in endowed scholarships available for the 2020-21 academic year. more
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An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
Last weekend, Sealy High School art students of all levels competed in the Regional Visual Art Scholastic Event in College Station and two artists punched their tickets to the state competition on April 24 and 25 at San Marcos High School. more
The long-awaited construction of an emergency medical service station in Sealy and the renovation of the sheriff’s office and county jail took a significant step forward Monday morning. more
A year after CHI St. Joseph Health System ended its contract with Bellville Hospital, the hospital has rebounded and is moving forward without the aid of a corporate giant to support it. more
When City Manager Lloyd Merrell came to Sealy a year ago, one of the first things he wanted to do was make downtown safer and more attractive. more
Parking issues continued to drive discussion Feb. 4 at the Sealy City Council meeting. more
Tables covered with gridded sections of bones and skulls transformed a typical classroom into a potential crime scene. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
Researchers at the Texas A&M University System soon could be developing a Texas A&M-branded oyster that consumers will be able to order on the half-shell at their favorite seafood restaurant. more
The Battleship Texas Foundation (BTF) is now accepting proposals for the selection of a home port for the Battleship Texas after it returns from major repairs. more
Texas Independence Day Celebration is an admission-free annual two-day living history celebration from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. more
The Sealy City Council recently awarded employee service awards to six members of the community with more than 15 year's experience. more
The Austin County Fair and Rodeo joins forces with the American Cancer Society each year on the Friday of the fair using the program Tough Enough to Wear Pink to raise money for cancer research education and patient services. more
None of them were named Porky, but Meagan Se knows the names of many of the pigs she has rescued and keeps in pens secluded on the southwest side of Sealy. more
It took less than 15 minutes for the Austin County Commissioners Court to decide on two potential tracts of land in the county that will be designated as permissible for a potential landfill, should anyone ever desire to build one here. more
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