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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.

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In the heart of Seguin, several community members were honored for their contributions to the city during the Main Street Program’s annual Moonlight and Roses event on Sunday, June 13 in Central Park. The park was filled with hundreds of concert goers, who enjoyed the music of Dirty River Di…

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A pair of Guadalupe County residents drowned in the Guadalupe River after saving two children from a similar fate on Sunday.

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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.

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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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As the house lights dimmed and the projector started rolling at the Hometown Cinema’s King Ranger Theater movie-goers got their first look at the newly released film “Hero Mode” alongside its director AJ Tesler on Friday.

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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.

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In an effort that will better decriminalize mental health episodes, Bluebonnet Trails Community Services pledged more support for its crisis intervention team in Guadalupe County.

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As it has in recent months, Guadalupe County continues to slightly outpace the state and the region in returning employees back to work following skyrocketing unemployment amidst the coronavirus pandemic.

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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.

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A man escaped injury Sunday morning when the car he was driving got stuck on railroad tracks and rammed by a freight train in Cibolo.

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Students and parents celebrated the class of 2021 during a Senior Walk at Navarro High School on Friday, May 21 and a Senior Parade at Lifegate Christian School, on Friday, May 14, 2021.

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Following Gov. Greg Abbott recently ordering elimination of many COVID-19 protocols in the state, Navarro ISD’s board of trustees on Monday made changes of their own.