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Many Texas Education Agency employees are working from home, but the agency is requiring schools to open five days a week for in-person instruction this fall. Teachers say that mandate has grave implications for their health. more
On May 20, Faith Academy Bellville launched the Annual High School Academy Awards with a virtual presentation. The virtual 2020 Academy Awards were hosted by junior Tanner David, videographer … more
Fifty students graduated recently from the Blinn College District’s Vocational Nursing Program. Twenty-four students graduated from the program at the RELLIS Campus in Bryan and 26 graduated … more
The governor allowed counties with 20 active cases or fewer to opt out. more
Gov. Greg Abbott's decision to not require voters to wear masks is driving away some poll workers, officials say. more
Paul Quinn College serves more than 500 students. In a statement, university President Michael Sorrell announced measures it would take to appease students for the loss of campus resources, including a $2,000 tuition reduction. more
The gathering, which was expected to draw around 6,000 people, was set to happen next week in Houston. more
Gov. Greg Abbott said the decision is meant to free up resources to address the pandemic. The attorney general's office has not said the order bans abortions, an assertion that sparked a legal battle over Abbott's earlier prohibition on elective procedures. more
“The two best decisions I’ve made in my life are entering seminary and moving to Sealy,” Fr. Eric Pitre said, just three days after retiring from Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Born … more
Gov. Greg Abbott on July 2 issued an executive order to slow the spread of the deadly coronavirus while keeping Texas as open as possible for business.With few exceptions, the order requires all … more
The Ector County Republican Party voted July 4 to censure Gov. Greg Abbott, accusing him of overstepping his authority in responding to the coronavirus pandemic, while state Sen. Charles Perry, … more
The claims — an increase of 21.4% compared to the week before — come as coronavirus infections in the state continue surging and after Gov. Greg Abbott ordered bars to close and limited restaurant operations. more
State health officials are providing little detailed information on the spread of coronavirus in Texas child care facilities, and experts aren't sure to what extent children spread the virus. more
Texas’ coronavirus cases now make up a significantly higher proportion than its 9% share of the nation’s population. more
A house was destroyed by fire Tuesday afternoon in a blaze of unknown origin that appeared to have spread from an adjacent shed. The house on Klopesteck Road was fully engulfed around 5 p.m. … more
Things are looking a little blank on Main Street right now, but that’s about to change. After months spent replacing water mains under Main Street, the city has repaved the road from the water … more
Despite the rise in cases of COVID-19, local law enforcement has managed to keep healthy during the pandemic. According to Austin County Sheriff Jack Brandes, none of his deputies or staff have … more
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and the likelihood of wearing facial coverings becomes prolonged, more and more people are wearing custom masks. The Sealy News asked people on Facebook to … more
After finishing in a tie for sixth place in the first round of the girls cutting competition at the Texas High School Rodeo Association State Finals Rodeo in Abilene last month, Sealy’s Samantha … more
The Republican Party of Texas' in-person convention was scheduled to happen in Houston next week. Chair James Dickey has said party leaders have worked on a contingency plan to host the convention online. more
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