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With 2019 well underway, let me start by saying the state of the city is both resilient and strong. In 2017, we experienced two highly impacting weather episodes, through both the microburst and … more
Soundoff to Sealybration continued last week as Carson Jeffrey, Daniel DeWeese and duos Annabelle Lerma and Blane Fisher and Laz and Katie performed for a chance to win a $1,000 cash prize and a … more
Soundoff to Sealybration continued last week as Ryan Brown, Chris Ryan, Bubba Westly and Gary Elliott performed for a chance to win a $1,000 cash prize and a chance to perform at Sealybration in … more
Jordyn Davila of Sealy caught a calf during the calf scramble held Feb. 17 at the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Local.4-H and FFA youth competed for certificates to purchase a breeding animal to … more
Creative Writing Second Grade • Camden Haidusek – Third Ready Writing Fourth Grade • Marisol Mendez – Fourth • Hailey Feik – Sixth Fifth Grade • Madison … more
At the Feb. 12 Sealy City Council meeting, City Manager Lloyd Merrell reported the following:Update on removal of the median sign on Main Street – The city received a $1,500 reimbursement check … more
January and February essay winners from Maggie B. Selman Elementary School Pre-K Ayree Novosad – Mrs. Anderson’s Class Penguins can’t fly. Penguins can’t run. But they are really … more
Five Oaks Residential Treatment Center in New Ulm is shutting down following years of controversy and complaints from neighbors. Texas Sen. Lois Kolkhorst announced last week that owners and … more
The Garden Club of Sealy has selected the home of Doris and Sandy Krampitz, located at 109 Briar Circle in Sealy, as the February 2019 Yard of the Month. more
When the weather is frightfully cold and you need something quick to warm you up, try this recipe for tomato-tortellini soup. With only four ingredients, you'll be warm and cozy in no time. For … more
Members of the U.S. Marine Corps stopped by The Sealy News last week to visit about recruiting opportunities in the local community and an Educators’ Workshop planned in March. Pictured from left … more
Sealy city officials recently announced the receipt of a $2 million grant to improve drainage in the area and also want to move forward to protect the Westview Terrace subdivision from flooding. … more
Bellville resident De'eddrick Graves was reportedly in critical condition after being shot in the neck by a Prairie View A&M police officer last week. Authorities say Graves was armed at the time … more
The 2019 Salt Grass Trail Ride kicked off Saturday, embarking on a seven-day horseback trip from Gene Wittenberg’s pasture in Cat Spring to downtown Houston. The ride has been a tradition for more … more
Brookshire Economic Development Corp. invited surrounding EDCs, elected officials, and local business owners to attend its 12th annual Business Retention and Expansion Program. Brookshire EDC … more
BRYAN – John H. Howard of Austin County loved and respected the land, and he wanted to leave it better than he found it. Family and friends have established a scholarship to honor his memory and is … more
The Austin County A&M Club is accepting scholarship applications for the 2018 – 2019 school year. The scholarships are to be awarded to outstanding students in Austin County who meet the admission … more
Hundreds flocked to the Victory Cup polo match in Brookshire on Saturday, hoping for a chance to watch a winning game or catch a ride in a hot air balloon. more
Wal-Mart and The Sealy News purchased a new bicycle for Manuel Resendez, a resident of Silver Lake Retirement Community who was hit by a car Feb. 5 while riding his bike around the neighborhood. … more
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