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Members of the Sealy City Council and city staff gather to cut the ribbon on the city’s new wastewater treatment plant Dec. 17. Mayor Pro Tem Sandra Vrablec cut the ribbon surrounded by city … more
After years of discussion, an agriculture barn is finally coming to town. Sealy ISD held a groundbreaking ceremony on Dec. 16 at the location of the new agriculture barn to be built near the current … more
The developers of the proposed Retreat at Sealy multi-family development planned for property near Cryan Park asked the Sealy City Council for permission to install a drainage easement to the … more
Christmas came early for nearly 100 residents of the Silver Lake and The Oaks retirement communities as they were treated to a party with food and gifts at Tony’s Family Restaurant on Dec. … more
If you’re one of those who feels director Rian Johnson ruined Star Wars with “The Last Jedi,” just wait until you see what J.J. Abrams did with “The Rise of Skywalker.” Abrams returned … more
The Texas General Land Office’s (GLO) is encouraging potential applicants for the Homeowner Assistance Program and Homeowner Reimbursement Program to finalize and submit draft applications before … more
WoodmenLife Chapter 105 recently presented checks for $500 each to local nonprofit organizations. more
Sealy FFA members competed in the State Leadership Development event held at Sam Houston State University Dec. 6-8. more
For the second year in a row, the Sealy High School Student Council, National Honor Society and Interact Club hosted a local Wreaths Across America event as part of the national movement that took place at over 1,600 locations from coast to coast. more
When Rebecca Grimes sets the table during the holiday season, there’s always a missing piece. Nearly four decades ago in 1982, a drunk driver killed her brother, 18-year-old José “Hector” Martinez, in a head-on crash just before Thanksgiving. The holidays have never been the same since then. more
After winning a gold belt buckle last year, Caleb Smidt returned to the Thomas and Mack Center in Las Vegas intent on defending his tie-down roping national championship title in his fifth consecutive trip to the World National Finals of Rodeo. more
An off-duty Houston Police Department officer was killed last Thursday in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 10 that left the westbound side of the highway backed up and closed for more than six … more
A hot, nutritious meal is served Monday through Friday at HOA – Meals on Wheels at 915 Frydek Road for Austin County citizens 60 and over. more
The Friends of the San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site is hosting author Stephen Harrigan, whose recent book, Big Wonderful Thing, is a comprehensive look at the expansive history of Texas. more
Christmas Eve services will be held at the historic San Felipe United Methodist Church Dec. 24 at 5 p.m. A candlelight communion service will also be held. more
State Sen. Lois W. Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) has been recognized for her efforts to support and improve Texas nursing homes during the 86th Legislature that concluded earlier this year. more
Sealy ISD Project Manager Michael Zapalac went before the board of trustees last Monday night at a special meeting of the school board to present final bids on the construction of the agriculture barn after the scope of the project had been adjusted in previous meetings. more
Making a well-timed, 11th-hour filing to run for sheriff of Austin County, Pct. 3 Constable Ronnie Griffin rocked the political landscape last week. more
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