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The Texas Enterprise Fund took a hit for lack of transparency in a new research paper from the National Freedom of Information Coalition. The paper by journalist Steve Miller is titled … more
The Sealy Area Historical Society is sponsoring a “drive around” Christmas homes tour in Sealy’s historic neighborhood extending from West Street to Hwy. 36 and from 2nd Street to … more
Austin County will install pillar barriers to go around the Wendt Street annex building in Bellville after the building was struck for a third time. “This is the third time the … more
City Manager Lloyd Merrell delivered a strong reprimand to the city council Monday night and asked that they “let me do my job or terminate me.” His rebuttal of the council came during … more
Sealy Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Robert Worley gave his resignation at the end of last week’s regular board meeting. “It’s the biggest disappointment of … more
The Sealy City Council gave its OK for a very scaled back Fantasy of Lights celebration to take place this weekend. The council held a special meeting Nov. 25 at 5 p.m. to consider possibly … more
All Joe Gaggos wanted to do was keep his job as a truck driver for Walmart. He underwent two radical surgeries that he now deems unnecessary, lost part of his vision in his right eye, and is now … more
The number of COVID-19 cases are rapidly rising in Austin County heading into December. “Again, not good news for Austin County. DSHS (Department of State Health Services) is showing us with … more
Fantasy of Lights The Sealy Community Foundation is holding the annual Fantasy of Lights on Dec. 4-6 with the popular parade on Dec. 5 at 6 p.m. The theme will be A 2020 Christmas. This year … more
An arrest is not proof of guilt. All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty.   Austin County Sheriff’s Office Nov. 3 Kyle Wade Showers of Grapeland was arrested for … more
The Sam Houston Area Council Boy Scouts of America recently announced the opening of the new Camp Strake location, a 2,806-acre rural site surrounded by the Sam Houston National Forest and located … more
Rural Texans have a lot to say about the lack of broadband service in their communities. Since we covered the topic earlier this month, many readers have emailed to share their stories and pleas for … more
Sealy High School all A’s 9th grade Bowen, Gage A.; Burttschell, Jackson E.; Cooper, Chase N.; Crawley, Rylan.; Curtis, Madison J.; Dominguez, Camila.; Erwin, Wyatt A.; Eschenburg, Grace E.; … more
The Sealy High School marching band earned the highest score possible at last Tuesday’s UIL Regional marching contest at Waller High School. It was the first time since 2004 the band earned … more
The Sealy City Council was introduced to another proposed housing development during last Tuesday’s meeting held at the Hill Center. Developers of the proposed Cane Belt Estates presented … more
Due to rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in Austin County and across the state, the mask order that County Judge Tim Lapham rescinded four weeks ago may need to be put back into effect. Giving his … more
Bill Hobson cooked up a plan with Sealy ISD officials and after simmering for four years it was finally ready to serve students on Wednesday afternoon. The Tiger Café, a new state of the … more
Austin County Judge Tim Lapham had a lot to talk about in a short period of time Thursday during his annual State of the County address to the Sealy Chamber of Commerce. At the luncheon held at … more
Very reluctantly and knowing the potential consequences, members of the Sealy ISD Board of Trustees voted to cut the optional local homestead tax exemption from 20% to 10% in order to prevent having … more
Christmas came early for the students of Sealy ISD as a $2.8 million donation was made to the Sealy Scholarship Endowment Fund. “We didn’t know we were getting anything at all,” … more
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