Big life events are set to change Seguin resident N’dashia Mickles’s future.
Twenty years of growth in the Seguin community and beyond haven’t stopped a couple of eye doctors from staying true to their business roots and commitment to the city.
Texas’ economy is faring a bit worse than the nation, and the Workforce Solutions Alamo area, which includes Guadalupe County, is doing about the same as the United States.
Swamped with traditional fire marshal duties compounded by the county’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, helping distribute food to needy county residents and more, a local official found himself and his office barely treading water.
Tony Martinez ended his eighth day of work at Tyson on Saturday by getting in his truck and waiting in a line with his fellow co-workers in a parking lot at the back of the poultry processing facility in Seguin.
Area residents still in need of water or food can get a little relief at their area volunteer fire stations, as firefighters are handing out cases of bottled water and MREs (meals ready to eat).
When the going got tough for the community during the historic winter storm, area businesses and residents opened their hearts, their cupboards and their kitchens to help out.
Many electricity consumers across Texas and around Guadalupe County are steeling themselves to the thought of shocking power bills following last week’s very un-Texas-like winter weather.
Leadership at the Lake Placid Water Control and Improvement District are hopeful dirt can start moving by early next year to fortify the dam that creates the lake.
County officials — after taking a moment to step back and assess the situation that a winter storm left the area in — expressed gratitude Tuesday morning for the community’s response to the treacherous weather.
Guadalupe Regional Medical Center is receiving 1,000 first doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine and area officials are setting up a vaccine clinic for Thursday.
With dangerous weather and the presence of a pandemic, the religions rite of receiving ashes this year for some turned into “Ash Weekend” and “Ash a Later Wednesday.”
Texas Lutheran University Associate Dean Malikah Pitts Harvey knows what it’s like when February rolls around and you’re an African American student at a mostly white institution for higher learning.
Freezing temperatures and lack of electricity during the area’s winter storm last week caused water delivery companies to stop flowing the precious commodity to their customers.
A power struggle ensued in Seguin and across the state following winter weather in the area and caused residents to find ways of dealing with frigid temperatures without heat.
With help from the dam’s owner, residents living around Lake McQueeney took another step closer to seeing their aging dam better maintained and spill gate failure chances diminished.
City and county officials issued declarations of disaster in Seguin and Guadalupe County on Sunday and Monday due to the destructive and disruptive weather conditions.
A blast of polar air and wet weather are forecast to hammer the region leading local officials to prepare for the worst the inclement weather has to offer.
The Seguin Gazette presents Guadalupe Regional Medical Center’s Frontline Workers as the 2021 Mary Lee Roberts Citizen of the Year Award. Accepting the award on behalf of the staff is Guadalupe Regional Medical Center Chief Executive Officer Robert Haynes. Honorees for the Seguin Gazette VIS…
Black and white and color photos of Black people with words and glowing descriptions take up a sizable portion of the room at the front of the Seguin-Guadalupe Heritage Museum.
Guadalupe County resident Kenneth Kohlenberg nodded as he answered all of the questions Monica Carter asked before she administered his first dose of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday.
Large quantities of COVID-19 vaccines, like the nearly 7,000 delivered last week to Guadalupe County, could be in the cards for the county’s future but there are no guarantees.
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