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The Sealy ISD Board of Trustees considered and approved the schedule of hiring a new superintendent at Monday night’s special meeting at the Sealy ISD Administration building. more
The Sealy Chamber of Commerce’s second annual Chili Dilly cook off took over Abe and Irene Levine Park Saturday afternoon on a gloomy, cool day which made the perfect setting for a chili competition. more
Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is offering the community a proven program to help people quit smoking. more
Parents often ask car seat experts what is the safest seat for their child. more
The Sealy Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has nominated four people to join the board and has opened nominations to the board through Feb. 2 at noon. more
After being honored by nearly every football coaches’ association in the state of Texas, legendary Sealy head football coach, the late T.J. Mills, has earned the call to the hall at his alma mater. more
“You have to grow up faster. There’s no time for sidestepping, you gotta stay on track and do what you have to,” Matthew Lord said of growing up with just his mom, Katherine, and six adopted siblings. more
The Texas Independence Trail Region (TITR) will host its 3rd Annual Texian Rally Workshop Feb. 4-5 to provide the Texas Independence Trail Region an opportunity to gather, network and attend workshops related to heritage tourism. more
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated five Texas counties as primary natural disaster areas. more
At the beginning of January’s meeting of the Sealy ISD Board of Trustees, the current members were honored with gifts as part of School Board Appreciation Month. more
A late-night house fire last Tuesday obliterated a mobile home and left a family of five without a home, most all of their possessions and one of their vehicles. more
The Sealy City Council formally set the date for the next city election on May 2 and voted to enter into an agreement with the Sealy Independent School District to conduct early voting and to share a polling place on election day. more
Following a long and oftentimes emotional debate about parking in the middle of Main Street, the Sealy City Council voted on Jan. 21 to continue to allow parking in the center spots. more
Valerus Field Solutions, which has occupied a portion of the former BAE Systems facility since 2016, is closing its local plant, resulting in the loss of approximately 250 jobs. more
Not that anyone is looking to build a landfill in Austin County, but if they were, where would it go? more
Sealy High School has announced its Prom Court ahead of Saturday night's event. more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty. more
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