A global pandemic will not stop a husband and wife team from realizing their whiskey dreams in Seguin.
The man who allegedly stabbed another man in the neck outside a Seguin bar and then fled from justice has been returned to the area to face the accusations.
Members of the Guadalupe County Republican Party still hope to attend the upcoming statewide party convention in Houston despite that city’s mayor canceling the gathering citing rising coronavirus cases in Texas.
Foul play doesn’t appear to be a factor but investigators continue to look into what happened to a man found dead on the side of a Guadalupe County road on Sunday.
Community members wouldn’t let the coronavirus ruin their patriotic celebrations. A few gathered downtown and handed out flags, while several drove through Seguin in an Independence Day Parade from H-E-B to the Coliseum
Since the coronavirus made its way to this county, Guadalupe Regional Medical Center has had 14 COVID-19 patients die, with 110 COVID-positive patients admitted at the facility.
For the third time since the beginning of the pandemic, Guadalupe Regional Medical Center, the city of Seguin and the New Braunfels Food Bank are hosting a food distribution day.
At the time the Biggest Small Town Fourth of July Parade would have kicked off, a group of Seguin residents decked out in patriotic flare handed out American flags in celebration of Independence Day on Saturday, July, 4, 2020 in front of the Guadalupe County Courthouse.
A motorist walks away from the wreckage left after the man rolled a pickup truck towing a trailer Friday, July 3, 2020, near the intersection of FM 2623 and FM 20 in Guadalupe County. The 39-year-old man and his son reportedly were not seriously hurt.
Seguin firefighters put out the flames that damaged a car Friday about 11:30 a.m. on Friday, July 3, 2020 on State Highway 46 near Cordova Rd. First responders closed the southbound lane of SH 46 while they extinguished the flames on the vehicle and nearby grass. The cause of the fire is und…
Gov. Greg Abbott on Thursday issued a nearly statewide mask mandate as Texas scrambles to get its coronavirus surge under control.
Amidst the ongoing pandemic, a Marion resident has created a drive-in music venue in his backyard and is welcoming all to join him for a socially distanced, Fourth of July celebration with music and fireworks.
The Seguin Gazette directed $10,000 this week to the Guadalupe Valley Family Violence Shelter to assist the organization continue its efforts to help victims of domestic violence during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday took his most drastic action yet to respond to the post-reopening coronavirus surge in Texas, shutting bars back down and capping restaurant capacity at 50%.
- Woman stabbed multiple times, suspect arrested
- Officials reports 13 COVID-related deaths at Seguin hospital
- Coffee company bringing $56M investment
- Guadalupe County reports third COVID-related death
- Officials report 14 COVID deaths at Seguin hospital
- 75 new COVID cases reported in Guadalupe County
- Deputies investigate body found on side of the road
- Woman’s creativity brings life to dead tree trunk
- Jon Daniel De La Garza
- Guadalupe County adds 55 more COVID cases