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Sealy senior finds family in the band

In charge of it all is senior Paige Moyle. As she is about to step out of the room, she calls to the band with three cries of "Hey, Band!" They all cry back in unison and listen intently as she instructs them on what to do while she is out. It is reminiscent of a coach and their team or a general an

SEALY NEWS ONLINES - 2017-09-19 16:48:00

Sealy Assembly to serve as grand marshal for Austin County Fair

Being the Patriotic Order of the Knights of Columbus, the Sealy Assembly upon formation in 1987, and getting organized with public service programs they could participate in, recognized a challenge to offer their Color Guard to lead the annual Austin County Parade held in October. Their request to t

SEALY NEWS ONLINES - 2017-09-19 20:12:00

Citizens, government agencies continue hurricane recovery work

AUSTIN - Help-is-on-the-way announcements from the governor's office came last week as residents of hard-hit counties of the state labored to pull themselves out the watery mire and windblown nightmare of Hurricane Harvey. On Sept. 14, Gov. Greg Abbott spotlighted Texas Department of Transportation

SEALY NEWS ONLINES - 2017-09-19 22:12:00

Be willing to be positive

As I was driving my team around a few weeks ago my son asked me what energy was. I have found my mind is numb to the number and type of questions I get on a daily basis from my kids. However, this question caught my attention because it was not as easy to answer as I initially thought. I stumbled th

SEALY NEWS ONLINES - 2017-09-19 22:05:00

Visitors Day at Community Bible Study

The Bellville Community Bible Study class will be hosting Visitors Day at Bellville United Methodist Church on Thursday, Sept. 21, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Anyone interested in learning more about the Bible study is welcome to join as the group continues its study of the book of Mark. Childcare is no

SEALY NEWS ONLINES - 2017-09-19 21:10:00

Cross country runs third meet of the season

With the district meet less than a month away, the Sealy Tigers' cross country team is entering the middle of its season with one thing in mind: improvement. Head coach Anthony Branch said that was one of the main things he was looking for heading into the team's third meet of the season at Schulenb

SEALY NEWS ONLINES - 2017-09-19 19:58:00

Women in Business: Betty Williams

Licensed by the state of Texas as a hearing instrument dispenser, Betty Williams of Specialty Hearing has a broad scope of experience treating hearing loss and tinnitus. For many years, Betty has worked in the hearing industry; she is a trained oto-tech and worked with an otolaryngologist for seven

SEALY NEWS ONLINES - 2017-09-18 19:41:00

Adorable Texas alligator thinks it's skinnier than it is, gets stuck in fence

Animals can find their way into the darnedest predicaments. On Sunday, the Fulshear Police Department shared a photo of a young alligator stuck in a Texas fence. "Everyone needs a little help from their friends now and then. This includes reptiles," the department wrote in their Facebook post. "This

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-09-17 20:15:00

How to prevent your kids from getting head lice in the classroom

Doctors say during the beginning of the school year, kids come in for appointments with symptoms of an itchy scalp, no matter how many times they shampoo. Unfortunately, that's a dead giveaway they have lice. One Katy mom swears that her daughters have not had lice because of an all-natural remedy.

CLICK2HOUSTON.COM - 2017-09-19 11:46:46

Public hearing set for proposed city budget

The public will get their first opportunity to comment on the city of Katy's proposed 2017-2018 budget on September 25 at the regular city council meeting. City leaders are proposing a $26.1 million budget for the next fiscal year which begins in October - an increase from $24.5 million in fiscal ye

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-09-18 16:43:00

Katy Elks Lodge hosting Swing Dance Dinner Saturday

Katy Elks Lodge is hosting a Swing Dance Dinner benefitting the Elks National Foundation on Saturday Sept. 23 from 7 p.m. to midnight at the 1050 Katy - Fort Bend County Road. Music will be provided by the Bayou City Swing band. Katy Elks Lodge is hosting a Swing Dance Dinner benefitting the Elks Na

KATY TIMES - 2017-09-19 21:45:00

Former Pearland resident's anti-bullying film to be screened in Katy

Published 11:45 am, Tuesday, September 19, 2017 Aaron Alon was an adjunct professor teaching the history of rock 'n' roll at Alvin Community College in 2011, when the idea came to him for "Bully," a movie musical that will premiere Sept. 24-25 at a movie theater in Katy. The inspiration came from

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-09-19 16:44:00

H.S. Cross Country Roundup: Mayde Creek girls star at Caldwell Invitational

Mayde Creek's girls cross country team finished last season sixth in District 19-6A. This year, the goal is for a better finish, and the Rams showed what they're capable of at the Caldwell Invitational on Sept. 16. Mayde Creek took top honors at the meet, totaling 48 points to come away with an emot

KATY TIMES - 2017-09-18 22:01:00

Family of four escapes as blaze destroys Katy home

A Katy family is safe after escaping a raging overnight blaze that gnawed through their Silvermill-area home. Crews from Westlake and Cy-Fair fire departments rushed to the burning one-story home near Lazy Valley and Deermoss just after 1 a.m. Sunday to find flames shooting through the roof. The bl

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-09-17 17:45:00

Katy family escapes house fire

A family is safe after escaping their burning home Sunday morning, fire officials said. Officials said the Katy home at the intersection of Deermoss and Lazy Valley drivescaught fire around 1:50 a.m. Firefighters were able to get the fire under control around 2:30 a.m. The fire damaged the roof of

CLICK2HOUSTON.COM - 2017-09-17 13:39:36

Better flood alerts needed, councilman says

HOUSTON - We all get flash flood warnings on our cell phones, but some neighbors on the west side want alerts for releases from the Barker and Addicks Reservoirs. "It just is overwhelming," said Randy Jones, who has called Nottingham Forest home for the last 16 years. This is the first time the majo

KHOU - 2017-09-19 03:28:59

5 Weather Things to Know This Week

HOUSTON - 1) Fall arrives this Friday at 3:02pm. While the season changes our weather pattern will not. Heat, humidity and hit-or-miss showers will continue all week. Ironically, considering all the rain we got from Harvey, our grass and gardens in the non-flood zones are ready for a drink. It's har

KHOU - 2017-09-18 17:08:14

Wharton County All-Stars raise funds for flood victims

The Wharton County All-Stars celebrated their 10th anniversary fundraiser Saturday, Sept. 16, at Shaw's Bend Social Club off FM 1890 in Columbus. Lisa and Gary Dybala began the group to benefit a special needs athletic team out of Wharton, Matagorda and Colorado counties to compete in local, area an

COLORADO COUNTY CITIZEN - 2017-09-19 18:13:00

I keep my eyes wide open all the time

My 13-year old daughter, Zoe, is playing volleyball again this year. This is her first year on the A-team at St. Michael Catholic School in Weimar. She's played for the past four years and it's a pleasure to see what a talented young athlete she's become. For Zoe, volleyball hasn't always been easy.

COLORADO COUNTY CITIZEN - 2017-09-19 18:18:00

2 charged in alleged rape of university student on bus

AUBURN, Ala. (AP) - Two men who worked for a company that runs the Auburn University transit system have been charged in the alleged rape of a student on one of the buses. James Don Johnson Jr., 32, of Auburn, Alabama, and Tony Martin Patillo, 51, of Columbus, Georgia, were arrested Saturday, the Au

FORT BEND HERALD - 2017-09-18 22:14:00