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Rather than spend $1 million to move power transmission lines in order to build the county’s new justice center, why not simply move the justice center? more
Following a delay due to the rainstorms last week, the Texas Department of Transportation has begun the long-anticipated expansion of Interstate 10 from west of FM 3538 to east of Brazos River. more
Despite dire predictions by weather gurus, Austin County only experienced minor flooding from the Brazos and San Bernard rivers and heavy rainfall last week. more
Bumbera’s Performance is owned and operated by the Bumberas’ who have called Sealy home for the past 25 years. more
Creating The Dance Warehouse of Sealy six years ago was a way for Erika Burttschell to continue doing what she was so passionate about in high school. more
Students from Sealy Junior High School picked up their pens to let their mothers know how much they are appreciated this Mother's Day. more
How many means are there to spend leisure time along the Texas Gulf Coast? Let me count the ways! more
Receipts – 884 compared to 866 last week Trend – Steady more
The Austin County Civic Chorale recently performed “Classic Broadway” at Emery’s Buffalo Creek Wedding and Entertainment Venue to sold-out crowds. more
Responding to a recent arrest at the Bluebonnet Haven Residential Treatment Center, Sen. Lois W. Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) announced that the Texas Senate has passed her SB 781. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
Knesek Bros Funeral Chapels have graciously invested back into the community in order to promote the saving of lives. more
The Gamma Omega Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International met April 13 in the Fellowship Hall of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Phillipsburg with 48 members present. more
Ricardo “Ricky” Padilla is like most other third graders at Selman Elementary School. more
The bill to change the way the state pays for public education while reducing local property taxes passed the Senate on Monday, moving the session’s signature bill one step closer to the governor’s desk. more
Sock drive for soldiers, disaster recovery plan for businesses and Texas German Society meets. more
On April 19, a report was made in reference to a stolen Kubota skid steer. more
The latest commissioners court meeting started with a pair of proclamations being handed off, the first of which marked May as Community Action Month. more
The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings for the southern end of Austin County and along portions of the Brazos and San Bernard rivers through this weekend. more
As the dust settled on Saturday’s municipal and school board elections, the sun arose Sunday morning on a new city in Austin County. more
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