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Due to changes in the way the state reports COVID-19 information, the number of deaths in Austin County has risen from one to four, but not all the deaths are recent. more
The first coronavirus case has been confirmed in Sealy. more
The Austin County Commissioners Court gave themselves and all elected officials in the county a 3% raise while at the same meeting voting to increase the property tax rate. At Monday’s meeting … more
John Cruz was welcomed to the Sealy Police Department last week with a swearing-in ceremony at City Hall. Officer Cruz graduated from Wharton County College Police Academy in 2014. He spent two years … more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
There are two old horses in the south side of Austin County that are kept in small pens and are emaciated from a lack of appropriate food, water, shelter, and exercise. more
Attending the District 11 Extension Education Spring Conference on April 10 the St. John Parish Hall near El Campo were Doris Glenewinkel, Jessie Kokemor, Barbara Vohs, Gladys Frank, Karen Landrum, as a guest Aubrey Landrum, and Texas A&M AgriLife FCH Agent Michelle Wright. more
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Many reentry services offered to those leaving incarceration — like help with housing and employment — have moved online or been halted since the new coronavirus hit the state. more
The Austin County Sheriff’s Office has received phone calls regarding various scams. more
An unnamed Austin County Commissioner was informed Monday after meeting in commissioners court that he had tested positive for COVID-19. On Tuesday morning it was reported that a second test came … more
One horse is dead and two more were recently seized by the Austin County Sheriff’s Office in a case of severe neglect. Thomas Ryan of Austin County lost custody of the two surviving horses after … more
The developers of the proposed Retreat at Sealy multi-family development planned for property near Cryan Park asked the Sealy City Council for permission to install a drainage easement to the … more
The Faith Academy Student Council sponsored “See You at the Pole” on Sept. 26. The council members – seniors Jeff Perry, Lacy Phillips, Juniors Nathan Taake, Regan Woodley, Jolie Wass, … more
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension offers a new and highly effective approach to anger control that gives people the tools needed to manage anger in day-to-day life. more
Mickey Gilley and Johnny Lee may be old men, but they still know how to party and sing good old country music. more
Parking issues continued to drive discussion Feb. 4 at the Sealy City Council meeting. more
Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday issued a proclamation suspending provisions of the Texas Election Code to allow political subdivisions to postpone their 2020 local elections. This means local … more
Sealy resident Lenel Brandiberg announced Friday morning a group of community members is organizing a peaceful protest of George Floyd’s killing and other racial injustices that will be held at Sealy’s Joe Scranton Park on Tuesday at 11 a.m. and will last for about two hours. more
The Sealy Historical Park is now privy to a new exhibit. A reproduction two-holer outhouse was recently donated to the Sealy Area Historical Society and has been temporarily placed next to the old … more
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