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Human trafficking

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a four-part series on human trafficking, an overview of what it is. Future stories will include interviews with law enforcement, clergy and parents and … more

Master Gardeners improving Levine Park

Sealy citizens may notice some more color has been added to Levine Family Park in the past few months. The park is being replanted with new shrubbery and flowers by The Bluebonnet Master Gardener … more

County commits to repairing dangerous bridges

Austin County commissioners approved a resolution May 29 to replace a bridge on Neuman Road and provide matching funds on a Texas Department of Transportation project to repair the Mill Creek Road … more

AgriLife Extension offers hurricane preparedness, recovery information

COLLEGE STATION – With June 1 marking the start of hurricane season, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is reminding Texans the agency provides a wealth of disaster and emergency preparedness … more

Up and vanished: a brother’s search

Editor’s note: Dave Mastell is a friend of mine from Texas A&M University. His brother has been missing for several years, but missing person cases of adults are difficult to pursue because … more

Livestock Report

Industry, Texas For Tuesday, May 29, 2018 Receipts – 577 compared to 869 last week Trend – Steady on good active market Choice Steer Calves 150-300 lbs. – $160-200 300-400 … more

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo awards nearly $1.6 million to area Go Texan scholars

Matthias Litzmann of Sealy was awarded a scholarship from the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™, presented during the Area Go Texan Scholarship Banquet, Thursday, May 17, at the NRG Center in … more

Sealy residents celebrate Memorial Day

Members of Sealy’s American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary of Post No. 442 were busy over the Memorial Day weekend honoring living and remembering the fallen Veterans who sacrificed their … more

County continues talks on facilities, possible bond issue

Austin County commissioners continued discussions on the future of county offices last week as Judge Tim Lapham reminded the court that if they want to issue bonds in November, they have to make a … more

Selman Intermediate Honor Roll

Fourth Grade Fourth Nine Weeks All A's Ashley Arriaga, Bryan Arriaga-Puente, Brooke Baber, William Baber, Veyda Baena, Benjamin Barrera, Jade Barton, Brandon Bassett, Jackson Blanks, Brandon … more


Summer Reading Program Readers of all ages will explore all things musical this summer as Gordon Memorial Library presents “Libraries Rock” during their summer library program. Activities may … more

Texas A&M Summer Horsemanship Schools enter 46th year

COLLEGE STATION – More than 100 former Texas A&M University Summer Horsemanship School instructors gathered as part of a reunion weekend to celebrate 46 consecutive years of the program at Texas … more

Faith Academy kindergarten graduation

With much pomp and circumstance, Faith Academy held its annual kindergarten graduation ceremony May 21. After the recessional and a brief introduction by kindergarten teacher, Melissa Little, the 15 … more

Four appointed to Sealy EDC after heated discussion

Following a heated discussion last week, new members were appointed to Sealy’s Economic Development Corp. The EDC formed in 1997 and uses sales tax revenues to recruit new businesses to the … more

Chaney places 10th at state

Sealy graduate Garrett Chaney placed 10th last week at the UIL state academic in poetry interpretation. Pictured is Chaney calling his mother to inform her of another accomplishment he had earlier in … more

Sealy Knights of Columbus recognize new honorary members

Father A. J. Crann Knights of Columbus Council No. 3313 Grand Knight Mark Faldyn congratulates new honorary members and an honorary life member. Pictured from left are honorary member Kenneth … more

Minding their manners: FCCLA team finishes historical run

A common goal during a student’s time is to find their niche, a place where they can thrive both in their work and with the people around them. For three recent Sealy High graduates, Shawna … more

Hats off: Sealy celebrates class of 2018

“This is not the end, it is only the beginning.” Those are the words spoken by 2018 Sealy High School valedictorian Jacob DeLozier as he listed off all the clichés he could think of related … more

Blinn College District recognizes 10 new veterinary technology graduates

Ten Blinn College District Veterinary Technology Program graduates were welcomed to their new profession Thursday, May 10, during a ceremony at Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine and … more

Join Hands

Cub Scout Troop 443 and their leader Val Eschenburg participated in placing small U. S. flags on the graves of veterans at Frydek St. Mary's Cemetery on May 5. This Join Hands Day project is … more
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