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The Blinn College District invites prospective students to learn more about its face-to-face and online/blended vocational nursing programs through information sessions available on campus and online. more
The Blinn College District Board of Trustees made plans for future enrollment growth and thanked Richard and Barbara Powell for their generous support of the W.L. Moody Jr. Library during a meeting held Tuesday, Oct. 15. more
State and federal disaster recovery officials urge Texans affected by Tropical Storm Imelda to watch for and report any suspicious activity or potential fraud. more
Recently, Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, and Rep. Eliot Engel, D-New York, introduced the Partnering and Leveraging Assistance to Stop Trash for Cleaner Seas Act (PLASTICS Act), which aims to reduce marine debris and plastic waste in the ocean. more
After severe weather struck north and east Texas on Oct. 20, Gov. Greg Abbott issued a disaster declaration naming a list of counties in that region. more
For years, police officers and city officials in towns across the country hosted a night of family fun in the main part of town for all members of the community to spend time together and get to know each other better. more
Austin County Judge Tim Lapham marched into Monday’s meeting of commissioners court dressed in a bright red tuxedo with tails, black accents and gold embroidery. more
Thanks to a bill passed by the Texas Legislature earlier this year, cities like Sealy will no longer be able to annex property without first being asked to do so. more
The fifth annual Bras for a Cause event hosted in honor of breast cancer awareness held at Saddleback Saloon registered a record donation amount, hitting five digits for the first time. more
State Sen. Lois Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) was honored recently by the Texas Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals (TORCH), the official association for rural hospitals across Texas. more
The Washington Nationals picked right back up from where they left off the last time they were in Houston and won Game 6 of the World Series, 7-2, to even the series and once again eliminate home-field advantage. more
In the final regular-season action of the Colorado River Youth Football Coalition, a pair of Sealy teams won to remain undefeated while the third suffered only its third loss of the season to lock in a four seed going into the playoffs this weekend. more
After notching their first win in their last three chances, the Sealy Tigers will have a formidable opponent in the way of their second in a row in the West Columbia Roughnecks. more
Heading into their penultimate district contest of the year, the Bellville Brahmas (2-1) have a chance to upend the La Grange Leopards (3-0) and knock their hopes of a district crown down a peg, for now. more
Sitting at 1-1 with two games to go, the Brazos Cougars embark on an important road trip to Karnes County where they’ll face the Kenedy Lions, who sit at 0-2. more
This year’s kids coloring contest to be highlighted on Sealy News wrapping paper will also be co-hosted by Sealy Community Foundation and Austin County State Bank in Sealy. Participant age group … more
The Houston Astros crushed three two-run home runs and provided more than enough run support for Gerrit Cole who shut down the Washington Nationals to take a 3-2 lead in the World Series. more
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