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Child care opens immediately, bars can open Friday and sports will be allowed to return at the end of the month, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday. more
On Monday morning, Austin County Judge Tim Lapham announced the twentieth case of COVID-19 in the county although he said at least 10 of those are considered recovered. more
The newest branch of Bellville Medical Center, Tri-County Emergency Room, opened Monday morning at 1036 North Circle Drive, Suite 102 in Sealy. more
Gov. Greg Abbott says the cases were detected by targeted testing at meatpacking plants. more
The state Supreme Court's order comes one day after a state appeals court had allowed the expansion to stand while a legal case was appealed. more
Among the 311 nursing homes with positive cases, there have been 3,011 residents infected. At assisted living facilities, nearly 400 residents have tested positive. At least 585 residents from both kinds of facilities have died. more
Austin County Judge Tim Lapham announced the eighteenth case of COVID-19 in Austin County Friday afternoon but reiterated that won’t affect the reopening plans set forth by Tex. Gov. Greg Abbott. more
A statement from the National Weather Service extended the flash flood watch for Austin County through Saturday afternoon. more
Plenty can be learned from an introductory meeting with Sealy ISD’s new superintendent but one thing that sticks out above the rest is growth. Bryan Hallmark said that progress isn’t only in terms of students’ understanding of curriculum but also for the adults teaching them. more
The Texas Army National Guard and the Texas High School Coaches Association released the 2019-20 Academic All-State Recipients for tennis, golf, track, softball and baseball on May 1 and 14 student-athletes from Austin County cracked the lists. more
May is National Stroke Month. It is the perfect time to learn how to recognize the symptoms of stroke, a type of medical emergency where blood flow to the brain suddenly stops. more
Ken Paxton, a Republican, wants the state's highest civil court to tell five counties — all under Democratic control — to follow his interpretation that fear of contracting the coronavirus isn't a legally valid reason for voters to request absentee ballots. more
State health officials say the JBS Beef plant rejected its efforts to test all employees. The company switched gears Wednesday afternoon after the Tribune reported on the lack of testing at a plant tied to a rapidly growing cluster of coronavirus cases. more
Last month, the governor said he hoped to reopen bars "on or no later than mid-May.” He has since walked back the timeline for when bars can open their doors to customers, saying he needs more input from doctors. more
Ricky Seals-Jones can now add Texas A&M alum to his title since completing his bachelor’s degree four years after he left school a semester shy of graduating to enter the NFL Draft. more
With distinguished merit at the state competition for UIL Theatrical Design, Sealy High junior RJ Wigfall accomplished something that had not been done before in the history of the theater arts program. more
For 30 years between 1921 and 1951 (with the exception of two years during World War II) the Chicago Cubs trained and frolicked on Catalina Island, a jewel located 26 miles off the Los Angeles coast. more
Murder hornets. (Not to be confused with their close relatives: accessory-to-murder hornets, involuntary-manslaughter hornets, justifiable-homicide hornets and turning-state’s-evidence hornets.) Killer hornets. Asian giant hornets. Or the more politically correct Continent Which Must Not Be Named giant hornets. more
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