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As of Monday afternoon, Austin County’s total COVID-19 case numbers have reached 31 cases with only seven of those remaining active according to an update from County Judge Tim Lapham. more
The Children’s Tractor Pull is always one of the biggest hits at the Austin County Fair. Pedal your way to the Austin County Fairgrounds for an afternoon filled with fun and excitement on … more
The Gamma Omega Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International met in the Fellowship Hall of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Phillipsburg, Texas on Feb. 2, with 48 members and six guests present. … more
On July 18, three Austin County 4-Hers assisted County Extension Agent Michelle Wright with teaching and leading a food and nutrition educational program with several local youths at the Knox Memorial Library in Wallis. more
State Sen. Lois W. Kolkhorst, R-Brenham, received the Legislative Achievement Award from the American Association of Retired People (AARP) of Texas. more
Friday's biggest developments: Stores offering curbside pickup can reopen and Texas reports 21,944 cases and 561 deaths. more
The university also announced it will be testing asymptomatic people on campus in the fall. more
The start of each school year brings new routines for families to adjust to, which can leave little to no time to think about dinner. With the right ingredients, however, it’s still possible to … more
Kelian Lee Stevens was arrested for false drug test/falsification device. Bond set at $20,000. Erik Antonio Cruz was arrested for driving while intoxicate third offense or more. Bond set at … more
The Austin County Fair Association is currently accepting scholarship applications. All applications listed below may be found on the Austin County Fair website; www.austincountyfair.com or in the … more
Although Nathan Hite was certain mechanical engineering would be in his future, track and field was no guarantee even despite a pair of triple jump state championships at the TAPPS 2A level with Southwest Christian Academy. more
The September meeting of Bluebonnet Area Quilt Guild was a real eye-opener. more
Austin County Judge Tim Lapham announced Friday that the county will have a state-supported mobile COVID-19 testing sight on Sunday, April 26, between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. according to a release. more
The state’s data on the impacts of the pandemic on people of color has been incomplete. more
Whether it’s a simple date night at home or a weeknight meal for the entire family, finding inter-culinary balance between everyone at the table can sometimes be difficult. However, when at … more
On Sept. 29, a report was made in reference to a suspicious death of a show steer. more
The Sealy City Council took the final step in approving a $250,000 grant program to help Sealy businesses facing economic uncertainty in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and also approved all other items on their agenda during a Friday evening meeting. more
State and local officials are adjusting their plans during the coronavirus outbreak to inform residents in the Houston area and along the Gulf Coast of safe steps they could take in advance of the year’s first storm. more
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) issued the following statement regarding driver license offices to clarify misconceptions reflected in several recent news articles: The … more
Austin County Judge Tim Lapham proclaimed German American Month in Austin County at the Oct. 14 meeting of Commissioners Court. The proclamation was signed at the County Courthouse in Bellville in the presence of members of the Bluebonnet Chapter of the Texas German Society. more
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