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While there hasn’t been a major flood, microburst or hurricane to hit Austin County this year, local officials say they want to be prepared when it does. A group of volunteers from local … more
On Jan. 9, students from Sealy High School Family Career and Community Leaders of America were accompanied by club sponsors Angela Gutowsky and Tiffany Sodolak, Sports and Entertainment Marketing … more
Industry, Texas For Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2018 Receipts – 719 Trend – Mostly steady with last sale in December Choice Steer Calves 150-300 lbs. – $170-205 300-400 lbs. - … more
The Austin County Fair Association won first place for its newspaper insert, compiled by the Sealy News staff and designed by page designer Victoria Parker, at the 2019 Texas Association of Fairs and … more
COLLEGE STATION – Producers will need to pick up a second round of auxin training this year if they plan to use dicamba products, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service … more
Alexander Elincoln McMillon was arrested on a warrant for manufacturing or delivery of a controlled substance. Bond set at $10,000. Roger Dale Kinsey Jr. was arrested for burglary of a building. … more
Chip Reed was sworn in Jan. 10 to serve as Precinct 4 Austin County commissioner. Reed, who has served as the precinct foreman for 18 years, replaces the late Commissioner Doug King, who died in an … more
Sealy City Council members unanimously agreed Jan. 8 to offer a 1.093-acre tract of land to Austin County at its appraised value of $143,000 or $3 per square foot. The land would be used for an … more
Second Nine WeeksNinth GradeAll A’sJulius Aguilar, Antonio Alcala, Rosa Alvarez Vinalay, Kaley Bardwell, Jose Bludau, Breanna Brandes, Summer Burleson, Melissa Casas, Taylor Cash, Jennifer … more
The following call log was released by the Sealy Police Department for the time period between Jan. 3, 2019, and Jan. 10, 2019. Inclusion in the call log is not an implication of guilt. Officers … more
The Sealy News regrets to inform the public that we will no longer provide free paper and cardboard recycling at our office location on Schmidt Road.Houston-based Tascon Industries has decided to … more
It seems as though just about everyone wants to drop a few pounds, gain a little muscle or fit into their skinny jeans. Whether your goal is to amp up your energy or improve your diet, the advice … more
8:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 10A Flood Warning continues for The Brazos River In Richmond until Friday afternoon or until the warning is canceled.* At 8:15 a.m. Thursday the stage was 46.3 feet.* Minor … more
While the Brazos River has crested in other areas of the state, there’s no immediate cause for concern in Austin County, Emergency Management Coordinator Ray Chislett said Tuesday morning. … more
After serving as a registered nurse for almost four decades, Brigid Stevenson has seen a lot. In addition to her work in hospitals, she’s also cared for dying patients as a hospice nurse and … more
Despite some scrutiny last year over how often they met and whether they were accomplishing goals of recruiting new businesses, the Sealy Economic Development Corp. is blazing ahead with plans for … more
MEMPHIS – The multi-county Southeast Panhandle Ag Conference, hosted by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service offices in Hall, Donley, Briscoe and Collingsworth counties, will be Jan. 16 at the … more
When temperatures drop, the risk for illness, such as colds and the flu, rises. Each year, millions of Americans suffer from symptoms ranging from coughing, sneezing and congestion to aches, fevers … more
AUSTIN – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will present its Step Up and Scale Down program for weight loss in English and Spanish from Jan. 16 through April 10 at Palm Elementary, 7601 Dixie … more
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