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After six years of service to the Sealy Independent School District community and 35 years in public education, Sheryl Moore announced Jan. 24 she will retire on June 30. “I have loved my time … more
Once the first-meet jitters passed it was smooth sailing for the Sealy boys’ powerlifting team at their first meet in Weimar last Thursday evening. more
Baseball season is nearly upon us with teams across the state hitting the diamond for the first practice on Jan. 31 to start another pursuit of the ultimate prize, a state championship. more
Despite a 5-0 final score in the penultimate non-district soccer contest against La Grange, Sealy Lady Tiger head coach Adrian Rocha took plenty of positives away from last Friday’s match before district games start up next Monday. more
The Sealy Tiger soccer team followed up a solid showing at the Brenham Tournament with a 3-1, non-district win over Giddings to propel them into this final week of play ahead of the district opener. more
‘Tis the season of loud grunts, chalk stains and plenty of iron being pumped. more
On Thursday, Jan. 16, the Faith Academy Lady Knights welcomed the Robert Beren Academy Stars for the first district meeting between the two schools. more
The Bellville boys’ basketball team opened district play at home to close the last week of play while the girls’ team split its district competitions last week. more
Following a third-place finish in TAPPS six-man District 4-D3, a group of Faith Academy athletes garnered all-district distinction for their efforts in guiding the Knights to a three-win season. more
The Second Annual Sealy Chili Dilly Cookoff will be held Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Abe and Irene Levine Park, 406 Main Street, from noon to 5 p.m. more
There will be a course selection meeting for parents of current 6th and 7th graders on Monday, Feb. 10, at 6 p.m. in the Sealy Junior High cafeteria. The meeting will cover the 2020-2021 course selection process. more
The Austin County Fair Association Scholarship Application is now available online at and from the Austin County high school counselors. more
Gov. Greg Abbott on Jan. 13 asked for a presidential disaster declaration for three counties that sustained widespread damage attributed to severe thunderstorms, straight-line winds, hail and tornadoes. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
A pair of Sealy High School graduates recently completed their Air Force basic training and technical school courses. more
On Jan.10, the Austin County 4-H Quiz Bowl Team competed at the Western National Roundup in Denver. more
A new plaque will go up on the wall at The Sealy News this week. more
As the old saying goes for most every elected official, first you’re sworn in then you’re sworn at. more
In the 1820s Stephen F. Austin mustered his colony’s militia at San Felipe de Austin to defend his infant settlement. more
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