Let the fun and games begin.
Prayers for family of George Floyd, end racism and divisiveness, the community, as well as the city’s first responders were lifted from Seguin’s Central Park on Monday evening.
The city is looking at potentially abandoning the Walnut Creek wastewater treatment plant and expanding the Geronimo Creek facility, an investment of about $184 million over several years.
Although the Seguin High School Matador Stadium currently under construction symbolizes a new beginning for students and parents, visiting alumni may recognize a piece of Seguin High School history when clocking into future football games.
Racially insensitive social media posts have put a spotlight on a pair of Seguin High School student athletes, and earned them time away from the school’s athletic programs.
Racially insensitive social media posts have put the spotlight on a pair of Seguin High School students, and earned them time away from the school’s athletic programs.
Cases of the coronavirus continue to slowly rise as officials say two more cases were confirmed over the weekend as well as three more recoveries.
With just a few short days under their belts operating at reduced capacity, some bar managers in Seguin said things are going about as well as expected.
A confrontation between four Minneapolis police officers and a man that ended with the man’s death while in police custody has sparked discussions, mass protests and violent riots throughout the country.
Residents wanting to get tested for the coronavirus — and meets the requirements — will have the opportunity on Monday at a popup testing site in Seguin.
Representatives of two law enforcement agencies conducted a pursuit of a vehicle into two jurisdictions before calling off the chase amid safety concerns, authorities said.
For two years, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Guadalupe County continuously has worked to support area residents who have a mental health illness.
An altercation between a pair of men ended Saturday night with each of them receiving medical attention, one for stab wounds and the other for a head injury, authorities said.
Guadalupe County officials decided amid coronavirus pandemic concerns to delay further work on a construction project adding office space for county employees.
More than a hundred volunteers from the New Braunfels Food Bank and Caterpillar staff members braved the heat Thursday to distribute about 152,000 pounds of food to 760 area residents.
The Seguin Area Community Foundation and the Community Council of South Central Texas joined forces Wednesday at Park West to feed residents directly impacted by the new coronavirus.
School districts across the state received instructions for opening up sports and band practices Friday when the University Interscholastic League released its recommendations for doing so.
Nine new COVID-19 cases were recorded in Guadalupe County over a two-day period leaving the county with 127 total cases, 94 people recovered and 33 active cases.
Jeremiah Camacho, owner of The Lions Den Art Collective — a tattoo studio — temporarily closed his doors for about a month prior to the state shutting down nonessential businesses for personal reasons.
Guadalupe County Commissioners Court recently approved a donation to the San Antonio Food Bank to provide sustenance to families here struggling with food insecurity during the coronavirus pandemic and possibly beyond.
- Racist posts land Seguin High students in trouble
- SHS coach tests positive for COVID-19
- Protesters peacefully gather in Seguin
- Deputies call off vehicle pursuit, say arrest is imminent
- Chief, sheriff discuss Minnesota death
- Guadalupe County Jail employee tests positive for COVID-19
- Tammy Mondin
- Threats to businesses spark police response
- July 4th parade to march on
- 5 more COVID-19 cases confirmed in Guadalupe County