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Credit Jeff Trevino’s love of Dairy Queen Blizzards for his investment in downtown Sealy. more
Oftentimes the ladder of success starts in a small town and eventually leads to the bigger cities. more
Vacationing with the Sealy News is Chad Novicke on the Royal Gorge Bridge near Canon City, Colo. Ashton Novicke poses with a copy of The Sealy News at the Royal Gorge Skycoaster. more
The Blinn College District is encouraging eligible applied sciences majors taking fall 2019 courses to apply for funds made available through the Carl D. Perkins Basic Grant. more
Court Our Lady of Faith No. 2607 at St. Mary’s in Frydek sent Regent Doris Sodolak and Treasurer Betty Jo Mazac to the Catholic Daughters of the Americas 51st Biennial State Convention on May 2-5 in McAllen. more
Arts and Craft show, Special needs fishing tournament, Birding workshop, State of the State address, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church of Frelsburg, Texas Master Naturalist class and Horticulture seminar. more
A 47-year-old woman from Brookshire pleaded guilty recently to transportation of explosives with the intent to kill, injure and intimidate a person. more
This fall, the Blinn College District will become just the second higher education institution in Texas to offer Czech language courses for college credit. more
Get ready for more good times as Sealybration returns for another fun-filled weekend July 12-14. more
Copper is the new gold in Sealy. more
Sealy’s Main Street program got revived last week when the Sealy City Council approved the job description and salary for a director and moved administration of the program under the Sealy Economic Development Corporation. more
U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, left, jokes with Buddy Koenig, chairman of the Austin County Republican Party, during introductions at a party meeting in Bellville Friday afternoon. About 30 people came out to the Sens Activity Center to hear the congressional update from McCaul. more
The Lower Brazos River Coalition urges early progress on the proposed Allens Creek Reservoir now that the Texas Legislature has approved a bill to jump-start the long-delayed project. more
What were you doing 50 years ago when men first set foot on the moon? more
Summer is a great time to explore the Texas coast. more
Transitional planning is a daunting task to navigate as families begin to plan for the next generation with a focus on preservation of family land and assets, establishing trusts, writing wills, and navigating probate. more
Disaster can strike at any time; being prepared is the key to recovering quickly, especially for business owners. more
Attorney General Ken Paxton, in cooperation with the Federal Trade Commission, recently announced a major crackdown on illegal robocalls. more
WoodmenLife chapters present a variety of plaques, awards and pins to recognize and honor members, as well as individuals in their communities, who have demonstrated WoodmenLife’s values and made a difference through their actions and examples. more
Constellation Field was abuzz with Sealy residents Sunday evening for the Sealy Day at the Skeeters, hosted by The Sealy News and Sealy Chamber of Commerce. more
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