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Although the Seguin High School Matador Stadium currently under construction symbolizes a new beginning for students and parents, visiting alumni may recognize a piece of Seguin High School history when clocking into future football games.

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Racially insensitive social media posts have put a spotlight on a pair of Seguin High School student athletes, and earned them time away from the school’s athletic programs.

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Seguin police say they had an “uneventful” night after hearing a threat of potential damage to several area businesses, including Walmart, on Sunday.

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A confrontation between four Minneapolis police officers and a man that ended with the man’s death while in police custody has sparked discussions, mass protests and violent riots throughout the country.

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Veterans organizations, community members honor Memorial Day with small, socially distant ceremonies.

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An altercation between a pair of men ended Saturday night with each of them receiving medical attention, one for stab wounds and the other for a head injury, authorities said.

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County residents will see an increase in days and hours for early voting for the upcoming primary runoff elections, and a reduction in polling locations.

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Area residents should prepare for possible visits to their homes if they haven’t already filled out their 2020 U.S. Census questionnaires.

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Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office deputies searched for and found a pair of tubers who went missing Tuesday on the San Marcos River.

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Navarro High School parents are pushing through limitations placed by the new coronavirus to continue a tradition to honor their graduating children.

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Jeremiah Camacho, owner of The Lions Den Art Collective — a tattoo studio — temporarily closed his doors for about a month prior to the state shutting down nonessential businesses for personal reasons.

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Guadalupe County Commissioners Court recently approved a donation to the San Antonio Food Bank to provide sustenance to families here struggling with food insecurity during the coronavirus pandemic and possibly beyond.

Seguin Magazine