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When committee chairs reach the end of their tenure in the U.S. House of Representatives, they leave behind a legacy full of hearings, research, and legislation. more
Sealy KJT Society No. 80 honored the American flag on Saturday, June 8, and Sunday, June 9, with a special program at all three masses at the Sealy Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
For new teachers, getting established in a new job and in a new town with unfamiliar surroundings can be overwhelming. more
Hope Raesner was named the winner of the annual Bluebonnet Chapter of the Texas German Society Scholarship. more
The American Legion and the Ladies Auxiliary recently voted in the 2019-2020 officers. more
Perrigo Company plc is issuing a voluntary nationwide recall of 35-ounce, 992-gram containers of Parent's Choice Advantage Infant Formula Milk-Based Powder with Iron. more
Representatives from the Katy Prairie Conservancy and Bass Pro Shops gathered together to celebrate a new partnership to restore and enhance the Katy Prairie Conservancy’s protected lands. more
Receipts – 660 compared to 703 last week more
On Thursday, June 20, 20 local law enforcement officers participated in an educational outreach effort entitled “Operation Safe Kids/Drug and Alcohol Trends.” more
Each year, Independence Day explodes with festive fireworks, tasty backyard-barbecues, and American pride. more
After years of slow growth, Sealy’s housing market is suddenly taking off. more
The Austin County Commissioners received an update on three major construction projects Monday morning indicating that a lot of ground could be broken in the next few months. more
Get ready for more good times as Sealybration returns for another fun-filled weekend July 12-14. more
The Sealy City Council stepped into unfamiliar territory at its June 18 meeting, learning about a proposed housing development that would be built as a Public Improvement District (PID) as well as entering into preliminary discussions about creating a zoning ordinance for the city. more
With the end of his 11th year at Sealy ISD coming in May, so too ended Barry Wolf’s tenure in Tiger town, as Superintendent Sheryl Moore confirmed his retirement last week. more
Gov. Greg Abbott hosted a bill signing ceremony on Thursday related to disaster relief and preparedness with Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, Speaker Dennis Bonnen (R-Angleton), Sen. Lois W. Kolkhorst (R-Brenham). more
Throwing the Skeletons out of the Closet, Hoff family reunion, Sealy KC June Music Fest, Sweet Cakes Day and Eagle Lake Rice Field Day. more
Twenty-one Blinn College District vocational nursing graduates were welcomed to the profession during the Brenham Campus program’s 58th pinning ceremony Thursday, June 13. more
Three outstanding Austin County students each received $1,000 scholarships from the Austin County Livestock Association. more
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