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GUADALUPE COUNTY — After receiving tips about a suspected narcotics operation in a Selma neighborhood, members of the Guadalupe County Narcotics Task Force arrested seven people on drugs and related charges.

The Seguin Gazette was honored this past week with numerous awards from the Associated Press Managing Editors’ contest and Texas Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest.

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Having identified at least two suspects, Seguin police are now asking for the public’s help in locating the men they believe are involved in a string of violent armed robberies of area pharmacies.

Texas Lutheran University’s summer began recently and things look different than they did during prior semesters heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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A busted water pipe and mechanical issues made way for other complications and led to a day-long closure of Seguin City Hall on Monday.

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The Guadalupe County Clerks office is notifying residents that a trio of County Court-at-Law jury trails set in June are canceled.

SALEM, Va. — Texas Lutheran’s quest for a second consecutive NCAA Division III Softball National Championship ended in the last possible game of the 2021 season - in an 9-1 loss to two-time national champion Virginia Wesleyan in the winner-take-all third game of the national finals series.

While state lawmakers came to an agreement on the merits of a bill that would allow permitless carrying of handguns for Texans, local law enforcement personnel said they patiently await the final decision.

As the Texas economy continues to blossom following a substantial coronavirus-related lag, Gov. Greg Abbott on Monday announced an end to increased unemployment payments related to the pandemic.

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Area first responders recovered the body a 47-year-old man who went missing while kayaking on Lake Placid Wednesday afternoon. A Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Department spokesman said searchers located the man’s body about 6:25 p.m. Wednesday, about five hours after the incident was reported.

The winter storm that coated the area in a blanket of ice and snow on Valentine’s Day and wreaked havoc for days after clearly isn’t done with Guadalupe County yet.