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Nearly a dozen granny-aged gals grabbed their guns and followed Sealy Police Chief Jay Reeves to the law enforcement shooting range in San Felipe July 22 for a friendly shooting lesson. The group … more
The Austin County Grand Jury returned indictments against 16 people in the June 24 session. Those indicted include:Dromico Montay Anthony for possession of a controlled substance.Janorris Delshawn … more
The board of directors of Austin County State Bank recently announced the election of Jeff Virnau to the board during its July meeting. more
The Bellville community came together on July 24 to give the late Zach Hood one more Friday night under the lights of the Pasture of Pain, where he excelled in both football and soccer in his three years as a Brahma. more
Three female rodeo athletes from Austin County made the trip to Guthrie, Okla. for the National High School Rodeo Association Finals and not only came away with top finishes in their events but also earned a fifth consecutive team title for the state of Texas. more
After the Sealy ISD Board of Trustees was presented with the return-to-school plan created by district leaders at last Wednesday’s regular meeting, the district is awaiting survey results from families and staff before finalizing the plan. more
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
Community picnic, Sales tax holiday and Rainwater harvesting. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
The university is mailing testing kits to its 18,000 students and requiring a negative test result before allowing them back on campus. more
Gohmert, 66, said in a televised interview that he wonders if he may have caught the virus from wearing his mask. Medical experts, however, overwhelmingly recommend masks as a means of preventing the virus. more
Texas' emergency response teams have worn personal protective equipment and distributed it to residents across South Texas in responding to Hurricane Hanna, another challenge for the state as it prepares for hurricane season during the pandemic. more
The company didn’t say exactly how many pending lawsuits it would drop in Texas and elsewhere, but it confirmed that “several thousand cases” would be impacted. more
After Paxton's guidance, the Texas Education Agency reversed course and announced that the state won't fund schools that remain closed under a local public health mandate. more
The families of more than 20% of the 3.6 million eligible school children across the state have yet to apply for federal aid under the Pandemic EBT program. more
The release of the video comes two days after armed protester Garrett Foster was shot and killed by an unnamed, armed driver while protesting police brutality in Austin. more
Hispanic Texans are overrepresented in the state's updated fatality count, making up 47% of deaths, but only 40% of the state's population. more
Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday that Texas students must take the state standardized test next spring, but fifth and eighth graders can graduate without passing it. more
The Texas A&M University System Center for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing has a federal contract to mass-manufacture doses of a candidate COVID-19 vaccine being developed by Novavax. more
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