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The Bellville Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6522 sponsors the Voice of Democracy competition on an annual basis. This is for senior high school students who prepare a written essay, then recording a … more
The Sealy Interact Club is selling sponsorships for Wreaths Across America on Saturday, Dec. 14. The wreaths will be placed in Immaculate Conception Catholic Cemetery beginning with a ceremony at 8 … more
With a new building under construction and new educational pathways in development, a new era is dawning for the Blinn College District Agricultural Sciences Program. more
When City Manager Lloyd Merrell came to Sealy a year ago, one of the first things he wanted to do was make downtown safer and more attractive. more
The novel coronavirus has caught governments unprepared, put people out of work and set businesses on the brink of closure. Congress is working on a federal stimulus package as unemployment claims in Texas are expected to rise. more
On Friday, Austin County Judge Tim Lapham announced three new cases of COVID-19 in the county. Active cases remain at five according to the Department of State Health Services as of 4 p.m. more
Industry, Texas For Tuesday, July 24, 2018 Receipts – 933 compared to 983 two weeks ago Trend – Steady on good active market Choice Steer Calves 150-300 lbs. – … more
The Austin County Sheriff’s Office released a report of arrests and bookings for Aug.17 to Aug.23, 2018. Inclusion in the report does not implicate guilt. Eric Von Blount was arrested for … more
A bear hunt was held last week in the Early Education department at Faith Academy.. Pictured are Mrs. Hurtig's and Mrs. Rokohl's Pre-K classes. more
Despite dire predictions by weather gurus, Austin County only experienced minor flooding from the Brazos and San Bernard rivers and heavy rainfall last week. more
Bertalotto’s Pizza is donating 20% of delivery and carry-out sales from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Aug. 19-20 to the Sealy High School Project Graduation 2020. more
The Blinn College District Board of Trustees received information and discussed the potential development of a district-wide facility master plan and two new facilities during a board workshop held Thursday, Oct. 3. more
A year after CHI St. Joseph Health System ended its contract with Bellville Hospital, the hospital has rebounded and is moving forward without the aid of a corporate giant to support it. more
President Donald Trump issued guidelines suggesting people avoid groups larger than 10 people. Last week, Gov. Greg Abbott directed state agencies to provide flexible and remote work options to employees. But many government workers still don't have the option. more
Congress is preparing to send billions more to businesses. Some say the first round of money was depleted as larger enterprises beat smaller businesses to the punch. more
The National Weather Service announced a heat advisory will be in effect from noon until 7 p.m. Tuesday with a maximum heat index between 107 and 111 degrees. more
Shane Lechler, long-time punter for the Raiders and Texans, has been informed he will no longer have a roster spot in Houston. more
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo awarded $2,685,669 million in additional premiums to 1,962 junior market exhibitors, which is in addition to the $4 million in guaranteed premiums that have … more
Following a delay due to the rainstorms last week, the Texas Department of Transportation has begun the long-anticipated expansion of Interstate 10 from west of FM 3538 to east of Brazos River. more
The bill will temporarily replenish about $320 billion into a forgivable loan fund earmarked for small businesses. more
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