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Thousands of community residents are expected to fill the Seguin Events Complex next weekend to grub down on a gordita while doing the washing machine to “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom.”

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Around the beginning of this year, the Guadalupe County Elections office took delivery of new voting machines that, hopefully, would go a long way in helping residents cast their ballots securely and confidently.

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Seguin police officials said they arrested a man in connection with at least one burglary at a convenience store and that he and an accomplice could be involved in other burglaries in the area.

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Nearly two dozen Texas cities recently were targeted in a cyber attack, but the city of Seguin was not one of those municipalities, a pair of local officials said.

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As summer comes to a close and Labor Day weekend rapidly approaches, game wardens are urging residents to stay aware and be safe as they hit the area’s several waterways for their last summer adventures.

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The echoes of cheers and applause erupted in the Cibolo City Hall as Cibolo Mayor Stosh Boyle received the green light to remain in his position.

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A new school year began Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019 for Navarro ISD. Students and parents were greeted by faculty and staff as they entered the campuses. 

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After listening to a litany of suggestions for and pleas against GBRA’s plan to drain its remaining Guadalupe Valley lakes, the authority’s general manager said Wednesday that nothing had changed and they will move forward with dewatering the system.

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With little discussion Tuesday during a regular meeting, Guadalupe County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a proposed tax rate exactly the same as the current rate.

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Seguin resident Richard Merz left the American Legion Post 245 on Saturday with pamphlets in his hands and new information about veteran benefits.

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Despite concerns from the community about bonus cuts to the Seguin Police Department, officials want everybody to know that isn’t the case.

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After the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority announced Thursday plans to drain each of its Guadalupe Valley Lakes, people from Meadow Lake to Lake McQueeney and beyond shared a common feeling — they aren’t happy.

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Misery may love company but residents and frequenters of Lake Dunlap feel nothing but empathy for their neighbors about to lose their own lakes.

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The Texas Education Agency delivered all the report cards to the school districts across the state of Texas on Thursday just as the school year has started for many of them or is about to begin.

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An apparent mechanical malfunction helped interrupt a Seguin man’s nap Thursday afternoon as employees escorted patrons out of the King Ranger theater while firefighters searched for the source of smoke in one of the auditoriums.

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Since the loss of Lake Dunlap earlier in the year, people who lived along the rest of the hydroelectric lakes along the Guadalupe River have held their breath. On Thursday morning, the GBRA gave them the punch in the stomach they were dreading.

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While the Electric Reliability Council of Texas called an energy emergency alert and lifted it within a few hours on Tuesday, the council could issue another one in coming days as Texas temperatures continue to rise.

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The laughter of children was heard outside the community center at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church as some ran around while others were hand-in-hand with their parents.

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Fire crews in Guadalupe County recently responded to a blaze with heroic efforts, but unfortunately due to the injuries a woman sustained in the inferno, those efforts were not enough to save her.

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Authorities provided more details into the ordeal that unfolded Friday in which deputies fired shots at a man who rammed their patrol car and barricaded himself in a home, hours before surrendering and being arrested without further incident.

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An almost four-hour standoff between officers and a man barricaded in his home, ended peacefully Friday evening after it began with shots being fired and patrol cars being rammed, authorities said.

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