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Council addresses Sealy Community Foundation funds

Sealy City Council members revisited the issue of utility tax rates during a Nov. 14 meeting and one councilman questioned a local charity about how their funds are doled out. Interim City Manager Warren Escovy advised that Councilman Larry Koy questioned the amount given to Sealy Community Foundat

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Woman accused of mailing explosives to Gov. Abbott, Pres. Obama

WALLER COUNTY, Texas- A woman in the Brookshire area is accused of sending explosives to three government leaders in 2016. According to the six-count indictment, 46-year-old Julia Poff mailed explosives to Governor Greg Abbott, President Barack Obama and Commissioner of the Social Security Administr

KHOU - 2017-11-23 15:02:28

Dorothy Mae (Kohler) Hein

Dorothy Mae (Kohler) Hein, 64, of Pattison, died Monday, Nov. 20, 2017, in Katy, Texas. Dorothy was born November 29, 1952, in Sealy, Texas, the daughter of Walter Roland and Ora Nell (Severin) Kohler. She was baptized on March 29, 1953 by Pastor Liefer and confirmed on May 14, 1967 by Pastor Mutch

SEALY NEWS ONLINES - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Family land heritage ceremony held

The Texas Agriculture Commission held its 42nd Family Land Heritage Ceremony on November 7 at the state capitol in Austin. Sixty-four families were recognized for retaining their properties for 100 and 150 years. The families recognized were from all parts of Texas. Three families from Austin Count

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AgriLife Extension sets prospective grape grower workshop

LUBBOCK - The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has scheduled the Prospective Grape Grower Workshop from 8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Dec. 12 at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center, 1102 E. Farm-to-Market Road 1294, Lubbock. "Interest in viticulture on the Southern High Plains is steadi

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Public meeting planned on Brazos-Colorado Coastal Basin project

A meeting to discuss the Brazos-Colorado Coastal Basin (Basin 13) Bacteria Reduction Project will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Dec. 7, at the Wharton County Public Library-Main Branch, 1920 North Fulton, Wharton. The meeting is open to residents, businesses, governments, community organ

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Animal control standards, practices

COLORADO COUNTY - Most populated areas, whether rural, suburban or urban, share the burden of animal overpopulation. Eagle Lake, for instance, is overpopulated with cats, and it contends with effective animal control like most rural and suburban areas throughout the county. Presently, Michael Beyett

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Coyote attacks increasing: What you should know

FULSHEAR, Texas - Scared, stapled and badly shaken, 10 year-old Penny is lucky to be alive after being viciously attacked by a coyote. "She quit barking. hen I heard her yelping, like she was hurt," the dog's owner said. The owner asked to not be identified. The attack happened Monday night, at d

CLICK2HOUSTON.COM - 2017-11-22 04:18:17

Riverhead, Quogue police make four arrests in DWI crackdown

Four people were arrested in a crackdown on impaired drivers in the Town of Riverhead that began Wednesday night, according to police. Riverhead and Village of Quogue police increased enforcement and set up several checkpoints Wednesday evening, at which they arrested Ralph W. Tuthill, 65, of Matti

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-23 14:15:37

Abandoned 'zombie' homes in Long Island frustrate neighbors

EAST MASSAPEQUA, NY - Beware of the zombies. Not the monster type zombies. We're talking about zombie homes. They are homes left vacant after banks foreclosed on the them following the financial crisis and Superstorm Sandy. They deteriorate, create an eyesore and bring property values down. My repor

PIX11.COM - 2017-11-23 03:10:13

Runners offended by Massapequa Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot's Facebook post

They are called Turkey Trots, fun races around Thanksgiving to burn off calories. It's an annual tradition in Massapequa, but a Facebook post has everyone squabbling over this year's run. "I think it's a little aggressive," said Michael Miglione, a runner. Many runners are shaking their heads Wednes

ABC7NY.COM - 2017-11-23 03:46:16

Vietnam vets test positive for deadly parasite in VA study

Some activists have likened liver fluke exposure in Vietnam veterans to problems associated with Agent Orange, a class of dioxin-contaminated herbicides believed to have tainted hundreds of thousands of U.S. troops. Vietnam vets from left, John Ball from North Merrick, Gerry Wiggins from Port Jeffe

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-23 00:20:04

Way to Go!: Jarod Sullivan of Wantagh, Michael Cuellar of Brentwood

Two high school seniors from Long Island are among 125 students nationwide named to the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band, which will perform Jan. 6 in San Antonio, Texas. Michael Cuellar of Brentwood High School and Jarod Sullivan of Wantagh High School have been awarded all-expenses-paid t

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-22 22:47:10

Long Island Shopping Mall Guide

For those of us seeking to get a jump start on our holiday shopping, thankfully, Long Island is home to many different shopping centers. So rally up your friends and family or fly solo to these spots for some deals this holiday season. Americana Manhasset Designed by world renowned architect Peter

LONGISLANDPRESS - 2017-11-23 20:40:32

Falling for the guy with the old Oldsmobile with an oil leak

Carole and Hank Perchik, formerly of Plainview, were married in June 1954. The couple celebrated their 63rd anniversary in 2017. Photo Credit: Perchik family Our love story began on Feb. 14, 1953. Hank and I met at a Brooklyn College House Plan party on Manhattan's Lower East Side. A House Plan wa

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-22 22:41:15

Water Lilies Food signs lease at former Entenmann's bakery

An Astoria-based maker and distributor of Asian food will relocate to space at the former Entenmann's bakery in Bay Shore, an owner of the property said Wednesday. Water Lilies Food Inc. has signed a lease with Suffolk County Industrial LLC, the owner of the 519,490-square-foot building. It plans to

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-22 23:05:24

Grocery store hours for Thanksgiving holiday

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - If you went to a grocery store Wednesday, you saw the last-minute shopping rush. On Thanksgiving Eve, a steady stream of customers could be seen at grocery stores across Jacksonville. Publix will be closed on Thanksgiving, but several other stores will be open. If there's sti

NEWS4JAX.COM - 2017-11-22 23:00:26

Monument to fallen Deputy Eric Oliver unveiled

Nassau County memorial placed one year after Oliver's death in line of duty YULEE, Fla - A new monument honoring Nassau County Deputy Erik Oliver was unveiled Wednesday, one year after Oliver was killed in the line of duty. The monument is in front of the Gate gas station in Yulee, near where Olive

NEWS4JAX.COM - 2017-11-22 13:08:54

6 rapes reported to Duval school police in first 6 months of the year

Six rape cases were reported to Duval County School Police in the first six months of 2017, according to new numbers from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. "We have got to have a conversation about what is going on in society that's infecting our children," parent Monique Tookes said. Jac

ACTIONNEWSJAX.COM - 2017-11-22 22:36:51

Man shot and killed in front of this westside home, police say

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A Jacksonville man was found shot and killed in front of this westside home early Tuesday morning, the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reports. According to police, a man in his late 40s was found dead in front of his home located in the 8000 block of Hammond Blvd, suffering fro

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