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Municipal court adds online payment option

Paying a ticket for the city of Seguin will soon be as easy as a click of a button.

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Grape Stomp event a smashing success

The comical scene of Lucille Ball in her famous grape-stomping outfit squishing the bite-sized fruit with her bare feet can normally get anyone laughing.

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KUHN: As August nears, football beckons
Posted: July 30, 2015

Well with the end of July drawing near, it’s time to start getting ready for football season.

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KUHN: Jade Helm part 2: The Suspicioning
Updated: July 23, 2015 - 7:22 am

Is everyone OK? How’s the resistance doing after a week of *ahem* monitoring America’s hostile actions toward itself?

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KUHN: Marriage is a two-way street
Posted: July 16, 2015

It’s no secret that the sun and I don’t get along. If I spend more than 30 minutes outside, my pasty skin starts to broil, eventually transforming me into a giant, mutated lobsterman.

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FITSKO: Gallup Poll: The secret to a long life
Posted: August 02, 2015

The bold print message atop of the colorful magazine cover immediately caught my eye: “Exclusive Gallup Poll —The Secrets of Long Life.” I quickly stepped up to the counter and purchased it, knowing I couldn’t wait to get home and read Gallup’s findings given the polling company’s stellar reputation for research and accuracy.

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HAILE: Fiery crash kills 28 in Central Texas
Posted: August 02, 2015

Two Greyhound buses collided on a Central Texas hilltop before dawn on Aug. 4, 1952 killing both drivers on impact and burning an estimated 26 passengers to death.

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MCKEE: Railway arrives in Seguin in late 1870’s
Posted: August 02, 2015

By the end of the 1870s, the major stagecoach lines and supply wagons were facing strong competition by the railroads for the movement of people and goods. In Guadalupe County, as early at 1852, bonds of $1,900 were raised by Jon Twohig and J.S. McClelland for shares in the San Antonio and Mexican Gulf Railroad. The route never materialized in Guadalupe County. Construction for a Houston to San Antonio route was begun in 1872, however the effort was stalled just east of Gonzales because of funding problems.

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A Seguin welcome to new superintendent Stetson Roane
Updated: July 26, 2015 - 12:09 pm

On July 15, the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees and Stetson Roane entered into a contract for Mr. Roane to serve as the Seguin ISD’s next superintendent.

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PFLAG float met with support
Updated: July 26, 2015 - 12:09 pm

After the SCOTUS ruling on marriage, some of the PFLAG (Parents Friends/Family Lesbian and Gay) membership were understandably afraid of the reception the Fourth of July Parade entry might receive.

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New group has no real credentials
Updated: July 13, 2015 - 10:07 am

Something is rotten in Denmark — oh, wait — it’s right here in Guadalupe County! I think the odor is preceding the 2016 county elections!

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