Texas Tigers Volleyball’s complex is set to dig its toes into the sand.
It’s been three months and counting since a Guadalupe County Commissioners Court vote ended municipal trash collection at the county’s three refuse stations, but an apparent end is in sight.
In order to beat the weather, the Geronimo and Alligator Creeks Partnership is teaming up with the Keep Texas Beautiful organization to host its very first fall creek cleanup.
If residents see a scruffy law enforcement officer or one wearing eye-catching fingernail polish the next few weeks in Seguin or Guadalupe County, there’s no need for concern.
Donna Maske took a close look at each piece of artwork hanging in front of her inside the Women’s Building at the Seguin Events Complex.
GUADALUPE COUNTY — Guadalupe County law enforcement personnel, including the county’s combined SWAT team, arrested a man after he refused for hours to exit a home Tuesday afternoon in Geronimo.
The woman accused of allowing her mother to die on the floor of a home they shared and then letting the remains stay inside the Seguin residence for years is scheduled to appear in a Guadalupe County courtroom today.
Brooklyn Ortiz, 4, of Seguin, grabbed the string on her kite and took off running on Saturday in the field at Park West. A gust of wind brought it high in the sky.
Members of an area family were able Monday morning to close a chapter of their shared lineage with dedication of a monument placed at their ancestors’ current — and hopefully final — burial grounds.
Traffic on one of Seguin’s busiest roadways came to a halt for a few minutes as a large truck pulled out of a driveway, towing half a home behind it.
After figuratively helping to open the doors nearly 45 years ago at the Fiesta Ballroom in Seguin, legendary Tejano performer Little Joe is returning this weekend to wow the crowd.
New Braunfels’ only resident Buddhists make for quiet and kind neighbors and don’t seem to be breaking any rules, the immediate next door neighbor testified in the civil suit against the Dao Tam Buddhist Temple on Wednesday afternoon.
Lauren Rodriguez and her family have lived in their Guadalupe County home nearly three years and continue to get to know the neighborhood and the neighbors.
Several local and state officials stood side-by-side with members of Continental Structural Plastics donning white hard hats, wielding golden shovels.
Billed as a move to keep first responders and everyone else safer, Guadalupe County Commissioners Court voted Tuesday to update emergency radios carried in the county and improve county-wide connectivity.
With more than $1 billion in funding for projects across the area over the next few years, planners are looking for local input on the region’s transportation needs.
A state senator is asking the Texas Attorney General to rule on whether the GBRA can fund repairs of its hydroelectric dam system by doing something the agency says it lacks the power to do — collect money from residents along the lakes.
- PLDA has plan, agreement with GBRA to restore dam
- Seguin alums seek to create new tequila
- Local couple announces plans to create a sand volleyball complex
- Woman finds strength in family, work during cancer battle
- Austin-based film featuring local actress to premier at festival
- 2 collection sites to reopen, 1 remains closed
- Kenneth Hugo Pape
- Couple purchases 111-year-old home to restore on Kingsbury ranch
- John David Zunker
- Fastest highway bumps up toll rates