The city of Seguin’s engineer is recommending that city council considers the purchase of a piece of equipment he says will expedite and lower costs on some needed street repairs. Comments (0)
MARION — A four-year starting pitcher for the Marion softball team has made her college choice official. Comments (0)
The Super Bowl is always a spectacle, regardless of whether the game was entertaining. I love defensive football games; it always seems to make each third down conversion feel important.
It’s alive! There is a monster loose in Landa Park in New Braunfels. Director Robin Williams and her outstanding cast have brought it to life at Circle Arts Theatre in the form of Mel Brooks’ musical “Young Frankenstein.” Whether or not you’re generally a fan of Mel Brooks’ comedy, you don’t want to miss this production. It’s a campy, raucous, laugh-out-loud evening of thoroughly entertaining theater.
One of the best things about the mild winter we’ve been having is that there have been very few weekends when you couldn’t get out and take a hike. Elizabeth and I have certainly been taking advantage of it. In fact, we haven’t missed a weekend yet this year.
If you were to ask someone, “What is politics?” what do you think their answer would be? Do you think you could answer for them? I don’t. At the end of the day, everyone will have their own interpretation of what politics is or should be and nothing I write will magically make them not biased however truthful it is. My aim instead is to reveal the common ground we all share in politics and how Libertarian values have their place there in ways the establishment parties would like to instead divide further.
The primary campaigns so far have shown us that the two parties have significantly different visions of America. The Republican candidates see a nation that lives in fear of people who don’t look like them or who don’t worship God they same way the do. They believe in a country where every service, such as education, health care or water, should turn a profit for whoever can scramble to the top of the heap.
Once upon a time, there was a beautiful and talented little princess who dreamed of the day when she would leave her birth hamlet, known as Chicagoville, where disciplined village schoolmarms would coach her daily in the more conservative traditions of the good life. Reinforcing these teachings were her small business owner father, of Welsh and English descent, and her homemaker mother of English, Scottish, French-Canadian, and Welsh descent.
When I was a child, we often had Sunday dinner at the home of Madeline and Joe Taranto. Their daughter, Dolores, is married to my late father’s brother, Louis. (We pronounce it Louie).
My husband, Frank, checked into the hospital on January 21, 2016 for a hip replacement. After two days, Frank was wheeled down the hall to the organized Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit where he remained for two weeks. Since he is elderly with Parkinson’s Disease for over 20 years, his recovery process was unusually difficult for everyone, but the unit is filled with professional and compassionate people who seemed to understand his misery. Doctors, physical therapists, nurses, and nursing assistants in the rehabilitation unit at the Guadalupe Regional Medical Center, thank you.
I have served as the District Attorney for the 25th Judicial District of Texas for the last seven years. The cases my office prosecutes are all filed in the district courts. These cases include capital murder, murder, kidnapping, aggravated assault, sexual assault and numerous other felonies.
We moved back to Seguin in 1992 and like everyone else in Guadalupe County, the County Tax Office became an integral part of our lives. You just can’t live here and not do business at this office. From our first visit to the present we have observed a friendly and courteous staff.