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Following CDC and FDA recommendations, the state of Texas is putting a hold on administering doses of the Johnson & Johnson single-dose COVID-19 vaccine.

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Crews installing a sewer line designed to serve a large subdivision under construction in the Geronimo area tapped into the water table recently and have affected the area’s well water, one resident said.

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No injuries were reported when two vehicles crashed sending one into a pole Thursday afternoon in Zorn.

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Finishing out the current school year before making drastic mask changes, in the Marion School Board president’s opinion, was a better idea than what his colleagues ultimately chose.

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A trio of public entities keep shooting their shots to help inoculate residents against the novel coronavirus.

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Seguin ISD’s upcoming school year will look similar to pervious years, but with some changes officials hope will help students bridge educational gaps and give teachers a little more time.

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More than a month later and some are still concerned about the effects of February’s nearly weeklong ice/snow storm accompanied by frigid temperatures.

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Guadalupe County continues to make great strides in vaccinating residents against COVID-19 and fighting the pandemic, as the state of Texas rolls out additional vaccination resources.

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As people continue getting their lives back to the way they were in January, trouble possibly looms for Texas residents, a federal agency warns.

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All Texans 16 and older starting Monday are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, but county officials are not changing the way they register patients to receive the vaccine in Guadalupe County.

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Three members of the American Legion Post 245 Riders jumped into action and saved a family pet when a car went up in flames early Saturday morning.

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All Texas adults will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine regardless of age, occupation or health status starting on March 29, state health officials said Tuesday. The Texas Department of State Health Services is still asking providers to prioritize appointments for people 80 years old or o…

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