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An account of some kids on the Texas Game Warden’s field report this week reminded me how ignorant some lawbreakers are. more
Only a month is left for lawmakers to get the state’s business done in the 86th regular session of the Texas Legislature. more
Last Thursday ended up being a busy one for me. Not the typical busy of making sure a paper gets on the press correctly before hitting up both softball and baseball diamonds, but the overall world of sports had plenty of things going on. more
Everyone has cornerstone events in their lives that alter the trajectory of their very existence. One of my biggest ones came 20 years ago in the rain and mud when my girlfriend and I joined a … more
When last we met in 2016, I was writing about inspiration I drew from Ricky Padilla, who was a kindergartner battling brain cancer. more
I’m sorry to say, but The Sealy News is not covering all the events and news like years ago; they used to. more
Please accept this acknowledgment and note of appreciation for your donation of $75.90 to the H.O.A. Inc. of Austin County. more
I can still remember buying my copy of “Webster’s Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language” back in high school. more
After Easter weekend, conferees for the Texas House and Senate must work out differences in the two chambers’ versions of a fiscal 2020-2021 state budget to send to Gov. Greg Abbott. more
For years, I thought there were only four rivers in Texas – the Neches, near where I lived, the Sabine that had that scary bridge crossing to Louisiana that was almost at water level and ... more
Major League Baseball has found itself in a little bit of a predicament. more
Change is not always pleasant. more
In Sealy, it’s always a great day to be a Tiger. At Augusta National Golf Club, Sundays are scary days to run into a “Tiger” and this last one was no different. more
I had a friend visit me the other day to tell me about a problem. I listened to her secret shame and consoled her. Under the veil of anonymity, she agreed to allow me to use her issue, but not her real name. For our purposes, we’ll call her Gwenifer. more
The Texas House of Representatives on April 3 approved much-anticipated legislation written to revise the state's public school finance system. The vote was 148-1, and the bill now moves to the Senate for consideration. more
I am renewing The Sealy News as I have done for the past 74 years. I am Clifford T. Masarik. We, Capt. Carl Nastoupil were the first reservist to be called back into service during the outbreak of the Korean Conflict. more
WOW! Two great events occurred in Sealy this weekend. I have so many people to thank for their help and generosity, it’s hard to know where to begin. more
Years ago, Sealy Texas had a sign on Interstate 10, that told of four state championships, which brought great pride to its citizens. After years of wear and tear, the sign fell apart and was never replaced. This apathy really irritated my husband, T.J. Mills, and he always talked of getting a new sign. more
Could you use more outdoor gear – like a tackle bag full of all the lures you’ve heard about but didn’t think as necessary as new shoes for the baby? Or maybe that hot new Creedmore 6.5 and ammo before Congress makes you complete a background check to buy bullets? more
I can now officially say, “This ain’t my first rodeo,” and not have it be a corny dad joke. more
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