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With the theme “Everything is Possible to the One Who Has Faith” Mark 9:23, Our Lady of Faith #2607 in Frydek was represented at the 50th Biennial Texas State Convention of the Catholic Daughters … more
Austin County Sheriff Jack Brandes presented a seven-minute video during the June 12 Commissioners Court meeting showing damage incurred by a recent storm, which was deemed a “microburst” by the … more
The City of Sealy kicked off its 2017-2018 budget season and looks to save money and correct an issue moving forward. Mayor Janice Whitehead said looking ahead the city needs to look at its salary … more
The Sealy Police Department is investigating a theft which occurred in the 200 block of Gebhardt Road. The incident occurred between June 3 and June 5. Unknown subjects gained entry onto the … more
GRAPEVINE, Texas – Kubota Tractor Corporation announced the newest members of its National Dealer Advisory Board, including Jeff Virnau of Virnau Sealy Tractor. Virnau was elected to the Kubota … more
Austin County Commissioner Douglas King has been working closely with residents of the Allens Creek area, who suffered severe storm damage during the microburst event May 23. The area was touted … more
The Texas Legislature voted recently to “significantly” cut the state’s operation funds to public school districts and shift the burden onto local property taxes.   Sealy ISD Superintendent … more
The Austin County Republican Party welcomed Jane Gipson from the Sealy Christian Food Pantry during its May 30 meeting at Tony’s Family Restaurant. The Pantry distributes food every Wednesday … more
The morning after new Interim City Manager Warren Escovy started his new job at Sealy City Hall, he was busy at work and having meetings to bring the city together. He was named interim city … more
The Sealy City Council approved going out for bid on a base coat and road on Mlcak Road within the city limits during its May 23 meeting. The road has been the subject of previous meetings – … more
A recent study at Harvard has shown that eating chocolate can help you live longer? more
The Sealy City Council discussed the new wastewater treatment plant bids with O’Malley Strand Associates during its May 23 meeting. The least expensive route for the city is to award the base … more
One of the many groups that came to the aid of Sealy during its recent microburst storm May 23 was CenterPoint Energy, which mobilized and enlisted additional help and worked diligently to restore … more
Memorial Day featured multiple remembrances May 29 that paid tribute to soldiers who gave their lives so America can stay free. The day began with Eagle Scouts Simon Sealy and Tater Kruzel, who … more
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About 5,000 Sealy-area homes were without power on the evening of May 23 as a “microburst” storm surged through Austin County, bringing winds up to 100 mph. Significant damage occurred along a … more
An inscription on the Sealy High School Class of 2017 graduation program says, “Chase your dreams but always know the road that will lead you home again.” The quote – attributed to country … more
The Sealy Elementary School groundbreaking ceremony was planned for May 24, just one day after a microburst storm ripped through the city, bringing 100 mph winds in its wake. But the … more
On first reading May 23, the Sealy City Council approved an ordinance that bans the use of portable electronic devices while operating a motor vehicle. The Texas House passed Amendment 62, which … more
The Sealy City Council named Planning and Community Development Director Warren Escovy interim city manager during its May 30 meeting. Escovy replaces former City Manager Larry Kuciemba who was … more
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