Dwindling participation and the recent rise in COVID-19 cases locally led officials to cancel Seguin’s annual Holiday Stroll Parade.
GIDDINGS — Despite never having played them, the Navarro Panthers (10-2) have more in common with their third-round opponents — the Navasota Rattlers (8-3) — than similar spots in alphabetical order.
It’s that time of year to be thankful. Although, many might find it hard this time around.
It feels almost too familiar that the noticeable turn of seasons in our weather is conjoined with the first week of the new athletic season.
- Adrian “AB” Tristan Barrientos
- Hospital, city adapt without helicopter service
- Police seek information on robbery suspect
- Robert “Grampy” Lee Braune
- Margie Flores Alaniz
- Mayor, council swear in, bid adieu to outgoing members
- Official: GRMC sees rise in COVID patients
- Rise in COVID, low participation prompt Holiday Stroll Parade cancelation
- Schertz family demands justice for teen
- Seguin marching band member takes field, performs blind