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The late T.J. Mills joined the greats on the gridiron from the lone star state Saturday night and took his place in the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame in Waco. more
Danielle Bersche, Mark Bonaccorso, Grace Demny, Rachel Faldyn, Faith Haugen, Hunter Havel, Meghan Hein, Canute Janish, Kennedy Jetelina, Andrew Jozwiak, Morgan Kaase, Conner Neumann, Noah Noska, Marcus Reichardt, Clayton Ribardo, and Carson Williamson were selected as scholarship recipients from the Austin County A&M Club. more
Feared by many, but embraced by millions (including the medical field) the honey bee has been an attribute in scores of ways in today’s society. more
Receipts – 866 compared to 712 last week. Trend – Steady on good active market. more
Unity Theatre delves into the heartbreaking world of dementia with the drama when Breadcrumbs plays in the Studio space May 9-19. more
The Lower Colorado River Authority Transmission Services Corporation (LCRA TSC) has developed a proposed plan to minimize potential impacts of power transmission line construction and maintenance across 241 Texas counties on 22 federally listed endangered species of birds, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and a mammal, and one non-listed lizard species. more
The Austin County Soil and Water Conservation District reminds residents that everyone has a connection to natural resources. more
The Austin County Grand Jury returned indictments against eight people in the April 24 session. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
CenterPoint Energy is seeking its first base rate increase for electricity since 2011 but the Sealy City Council has applied the brakes, at least for the next three months. more
Last Wednesday served as the final meeting of the Sealy ISD Board of Trustees for longtime member Robert Arnold. more
The annual Grotto Celebration at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Frydek was once again a hit, drawing hundreds of residents out to enjoy each other’s company. more
In an informal state of the county address, Austin County Judge Tim Lapham told members of the Sealy Chamber of Commerce about the growth and progress being made locally but described his tenure in office as a disaster – or at least a series of disasters. more
The Texas Department of Transportation announced that the Austin County Interstate 10 expansion project from west of FM 3538 to east of Brazos River will begin on May 7. more
Mrs. Tina Fisher’s third grade Wax Museum was held Wednesday, April 10. more
Candidates for election to the Sealy City Council, San Felipe City Council, and the Sealy ISD Board of Trustees participated in Facebook Live candidate forums hosted by The Sealy News last week. more
After 25 years of service, Ron Dille is retiring as the director of the Austin County Emergency Medical Service. more
Employees and members of the board of Austin County State Bank in Bellville have committed to donating $100,000 over the next three years to the Bellville Foundation’s Save the Hospital Campaign. more
The staff of The Sealy News spent April 4 and 5 at a company-wide training with Fenice Community Media in Cedar Park. more
WoodmenLife Chapter 105 members Bennie Stolarski, Mikie Ehret, and Bernice Stolarski recently presented an American flag to Gordon Memorial Library. more
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