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The Garden Club of Sealy has selected the home of Denise Smidt, located at 300 N. Lantana Circle, as the August 2019 Yard of the Month. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
Texas Sen. Lois Kolkhorst will be the guest speaker on Sept. 11 at the Sealy Chamber of Commerce’s Governmental Luncheon. It will be held at 11:30 a.m. at the Liedertafel, 116 Lux Road, Sealy. more
The members of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Wallis, are preparing for their annual fundraiser on Sunday, Sept. 8, an event which will include a chicken-fried chicken dinner to be catered by Ben’s Chuck Wagon for $10. more
The Sealy Chamber of Commerce is hosting Seneca McAdams, executive director of the Texas Independence Trail Region, who will conduct a hospitality training on Sept. 5 from 9 a.m. to noon. more
The Sea of Mud/El Mar de Lodo exhibit will be closing to the public after Labor Day at San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site and Museum. 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
Austin County commissioners adopted an $18.3 million budget Monday and proposed a tax rate of $0.56423 per $100 of property valuation to fund it. more
The Sealy City Council received an update from the Texas General Land Office regarding the availability of funds to homeowners who suffered damage in Hurricane Harvey. It also approved a 1-cent tax … more
The front-step pictures have been taken, the first-day jitters have worn off and the first Monday morning alarm clocks have all announced a brand new school year at Sealy ISD. more
The SH-36 exit ramp from I-10 eastbound will be closed again for pavement markings. more
Texas State Rep. Ben Leman recently announced his campaign for re-election to the Texas House of Representatives in House District 13. more
The Austin County Grand Jury returned indictments against 18 people in the July 31 session. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
Fort Bend County District Attorney Brian Middleton has a message for human traffickers: “If you are in Fort Bend County and committing these offenses, your time is up. We are coming for you, and we … more
A committee consisting of Austin County employees is taking donations to create a memorial park in honor of the late Commissioner Douglas King, who was killed last year in an accident. more
At Fish Camp, Sealy High School Interactors invite incoming freshman to join the Interact Club in order to be involved in great opportunities while serving others and making new friends. more
Bellville United Methodist Church will begin its Community Bible Study 9 a.m. on Aug. 29 at 234 South Masonic, in the Methodist Activity Center. more
Sophomore Jose Arriaga uses the water cow to cool himself off during last Friday’s Midnight Madness football practice at Sealy High School where temperatures remained close to 90 degrees even in the middle of the night. more
The Katy Times is continuing to be published after an announced July 25 closing date thanks to a deal negotiated between Fenice Community Media and Hartman Newspapers, LP. more
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