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Summer months mean rising temperatures and thriving conditions for a deadly amoeba in Texas waterways.  more
For those with Type 2 diabetes, Cooking Well with Diabetes is right around the corner. more
9th grade All A’s Julius Aguilar, Rosa Alvarez Vinalay, Yahir Alvarez, Karsen Anderson, Miguel Arriaga, Kaley Bardwell, Jose Bludau, Bass Blundell, Breanna Brandes, Summer ... more
Special discounted box seat tickets are now on sale for Sealy Day at the Sugar Land Skeeters on June 30. more
Just days after asking the Sealy City Council why his condo project is being delayed, Barry Lynn now sees his EvLyn Court Condominiums project on the fast track. more
The Brazos ISD Board of Trustees held a special meeting on Tuesday of last week to announce the hiring of a new head football coach and athletic director, Ryan Roecker (right). more
Phillips 66 and Plains All American Pipeline recently announced formation of a joint venture, Red Oak Pipeline LLC, and are proceeding with construction of the Red Oak Pipeline system that will bring crude oil to Sealy and elsewhere. more
With Clayton Fritsch’s second-attempt clearance at 5.75 meters in the pole vault not only set a new personal and school record, but it also served as the first time a trio of competitors cleared that height at the NCAA Outdoor National Championships. more
Austin County took a flying leap into the 21st century Monday morning by approving the purchase of four drones. more
What is it going to take to get the Sealy City Council to approve the development of a condominium project on the south side of town? more
Smoking brisket is not an easy task to complete; just ask the 20 newest Certified Backyard Pitmasters who graduated from Brisket University last Saturday morning. more
What were you doing 50 years ago when men first set foot on the moon? more
The National Rifle Association Foundation has awarded the Austin County Sheriff’s Office a grant totaling $1,538 to fund gunsmith tools and supplies. more
Extension Education Association (EEA) of Austin County, which is a direct part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, took an educational tour of San Antonio. more
Protect windows with permanent storm shutters or invest in one-half inch marine plywood that is pre-cut to fit your doors and windows. more
In addition to hurricanes, a wide variety of emergencies may cause an evacuation. more
A year after Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters covered an area the size of New Jersey, the number of federal flood insurance policies increased 29 percent in the counties that suffered Harvey’s wrath. more
These storm names were last used in 2013, which was a quiet hurricane season, with no major hurricanes. more
As the region continues to recover from Hurricane Harvey and recent floods, early and thorough hurricane preparation is more important than ever.  more
For many, June is the start of summer vacations and kids heading off to camp. more
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