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Employees of a local manufacturing plant are continuing their efforts to be good corporate neighbors in the Seguin area as the company hosts a mega food distribution this week.

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COVID-19 hospitalizations in Guadalupe County ballooned in a week around the Thanksgiving holiday, officials said.

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Still reeling after all its members contracted COVID-19 a few months ago, a family of five is facing more hardship following a Thanksgiving Day fire that torched their Seguin home.

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Dwindling participation and the recent increase in coronavirus cases locally led officials to cancel Seguin’s annual Holiday Stroll Parade.

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The Salvation Army Seguin Unit board members and Walmart Seguin Store manager Marcella Binkley kick off the 2020 Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign on Friday, Nov. 27, 2020 in front of the Seguin store. To volunteer to ring the bell, call 830-463-1844.

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Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating a suspect in a violent crime that took place Monday afternoon in Seguin.

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In prior years, one of the most important concerns for Thanksgiving was how juicy — or not — the chosen cook’s turkey would be. However, there are much more serious concerns on the table in 2020.

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Guadalupe County Commissioners Court decided how it plans to spend a quarter of a million dollars in grant money related to the novel coronavirus.

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In the empty lot across the street from the Seguin Events Complex — Coliseum, a large “M” was propped up on the metal fence. A group of about 60 Seguin High School seniors clamored as close as they safely could to the metal letter — without crossing the caution tape keeping them a safe dista…

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Christmas is fast approaching and the people who annually help others at this time of year need a little assistance.

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Seguin High School seniors Mia Cevallos and John Leandro were crowned Homecoming Queen and King during the Matadors' game against McCollum on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020 at Matador Stadium.

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