Stories
3274 results total, viewing 1 - 20
Property valuations in Texas are supposed to be complete now that the July deadline has passed. The next step is as hard as arguing over what a house is worth, as cities, counties, school districts and all those other local governments set their budgets and their tax rates. more
The Sealy News won 13 awards Friday, Aug. 7, from the South Texas Press Association. The awards were announced during an online conference. more
The news comes as Texas resumes limited visitations in nursing homes and assisted-living facilities that meet certain requirements. more
Last week, the Texas Health and Human Services Commission released its first list of COVID-19 cases and deaths with details about individual Texas nursing homes. more
After much consideration, the Austin County Fair Association committees have determined to not have the following events for this year’s fair: The Country Store, all home economics exhibits (youth and adult departments) and the Country Auction. more
The Roaring Sound from Tiger Town began practices earlier this week when new band director Oscar Cano, fourth from left, led his first run-through in the Sealy High School parking lot Monday morning. more
Bellville Medical Center recently announced the opening of BMC’s Austin County Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic. more
U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) recently presented the members of the Java Gypsies with congressional certificates of recognition. Pictured with their certificates at the law enforcement shooting … more
Rough-hewn log cabins began taking shape last week next to the museum at Stephen F. Austin State Historic Site in San Felipe. more
It's impossible to foretell the coronavirus pandemic's full financial impact on state universities, public and private, but some have already faced millions in lost revenue and unexpected costs. Things will only get worse. more
Abbott’s decision to curb the role of local health authorities in school reopening decisions has added to the ongoing conflict between him and local governments during the pandemic, with mayors and judges voicing frustration over having their hands tied by the state’s response. more
On Wednesday, the NCAA released guidelines intended to protect collegiate athletes, while expressing “serious concerns about the continuing high levels of COVID-19 infection in many parts of the nation.” more
At the end of Tuesday’s zoom meeting of the Sealy City Council, Mayor Janice Whitehead announced her resignation from the position. more
The university plans to test all of its campus residence hall students by the beginning of September. It will continue to identify individuals or groups on campus strategically to test those at a higher risk of disease spread and perform random testing. more
Sealy, our student-athletes need us now more than ever. No matter where you fall on the spectrum of COVID-19 opinions, one thing is clear, fall sports are moving forward at the high school level. more
Sealy Tiger athletes were able to start practices for the fall sports season Monday morning for the first official activity since the basketball state championships were canceled last spring. more
After all of the trials and tribulations of a turbulent summer, the Sealy Lady Tiger volleyball season officially got underway Monday morning with the first practice of the year. more
Despite coaching for a quarter of a century, Bellville head football coach and athletic director Grady Rowe said he still couldn’t sleep the night before the first practice Monday morning. more
Coming into his second year as the head football coach and athletic director at Brazos High School, Ryan Roecker said being able to work with the athletes over a full offseason will serve as a springboard to success in the 2020 season. more
With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing changes to how education will be delivered safely, Sealy ISD’s new special education director Shae Whatley is thankful practically everybody is starting a new job when the 2020-2021 school year kicks off. more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 164 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.