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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.

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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.

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Seguin ISD was recently awarded a pair of federal grants that are aimed at bolstering the school district’s safety and student experiences. 

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James Darrah went to the town hall meeting hoping for answers to questions about the lake on which his parents have owned property since the 1950s.

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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.

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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.

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Texas Lutheran University has recently achieved record numbers in a fundraising campaign geared toward the betterment of campus life, and growth.

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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.

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Smiles, barking and lots of tail wagging happened Saturday at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, as many four-legged friends waited their turn to be blessed.

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Area high school students readied their protective goggles and put in ear plugs as they visited manufacturing facilities in the area.

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A man escaped serious injury Friday afternoon when firefighters battled a structure fire in Seguin.

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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.

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A man was killed after he was hit by a train late Tuesday night.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Area group crowns pin-up royalty, hosts coat drive

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The Guadalupe Regional Medical Center is chilling the champagne and ready to pop the cork in honor of breast cancer awareness.

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Brewery celebrates German festival with Stein Holding contest, bratwurst

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