Riley Davenport, 5, has a love for the great outdoors, and continues to expand his knowledge about all things in the wilderness.
Employees of a local manufacturing plant are continuing their efforts to be good corporate neighbors in the Seguin area as the company hosts a mega food distribution this week.
Still reeling after all its members contracted COVID-19 a few months ago, a family of five is facing more hardship following a Thanksgiving Day fire that torched their Seguin home.
With school in the area taking the week off for Thanksgiving, last-minute events in honor of the holiday popped up before the break for on-campus celebrations.
The Salvation Army Seguin Unit board members and Walmart Seguin Store manager Marcella Binkley kick off the 2020 Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign on Friday, Nov. 27, 2020 in front of the Seguin store. To volunteer to ring the bell, call 830-463-1844.
The Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce is hoping to raise a little money for its programs, and one lucky winner is driving off with a new RTV.
Dwindling participation and the recent rise in COVID-19 cases locally led officials to cancel Seguin’s annual Holiday Stroll Parade.
The helipad at Guadalupe Regional Medical Center, which served as the home base for a bright yellow helicopter, has sat empty for a little more than a year.
As production continues through the pandemic, a local manufacturing plant continues to gear up for celebrations commemorating a pair of milestones.
In prior years, one of the most important concerns for Thanksgiving was how juicy — or not — the chosen cook’s turkey would be. However, there are much more serious concerns on the table in 2020.
In the empty lot across the street from the Seguin Events Complex — Coliseum, a large “M” was propped up on the metal fence. A group of about 60 Seguin High School seniors clamored as close as they safely could to the metal letter — without crossing the caution tape keeping them a safe dista…
A Cibolo man who owns a Schertz gun shop faces a federal indictment in connection with a wire fraud scheme he allegedly conducted over the internet.
As call volumes continue to increase for police to respond to mental health emergencies, Seguin Police Department recently received a leg up to help answer those calls for even-handed assistance.
After pleading guilty about a year ago to aiming a laser pointer at a police department helicopter, a judge on Monday sentenced a Schertz man to federal prison time.
Public speaking isn’t for everyone, but an area group is trying to help everyone realize their potential with a microphone in their hand or in front of any type of crowd.
Following voters’ choice of a candidate who had pulled out of the race for Navarro ISD school board, current board members have some decisions to make.
SAN MARCOS — Police in San Marcos on Wednesday arrested a Seguin man in connection with a stabbing, purportedly over a child custody dispute, according to a city of San Marcos press release statement.
- Family loses everything in Thanksgiving Day fire
- Navarro ISD bus driver’s prayers answered by generous parent gift
- Baby GloriaLynn Elizabeth Aguilar
- Seguin firefighter, wife battle COVID aftereffects
- Grandmother adopts grandkids in virtual adoption
- Police seek information on robbery suspect
- Jennifer Ann Vollmar-Wellman
- Jose Victor Varela
- City pumps brakes on Holiday Stroll
- Chamber takes different all terrain route with new raffle fundraiser