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The Seguin Public Library has become home to the only two books ever created on the I-Bone, a high school and college offensive football play documented by one of Seguin’s very own.

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Seguin Police Department investigators are searching for a suspected gunman who shot a man following an apparent argument over a woman Saturday night, authorities said.

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It took months of hard work and patience, but Kaylie Cerda, 15, saw her efforts realized when she led her grand champion steer, Earl, onto the auction floor stage.

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Hundreds of boys and girls from around the area flocked to the Seguin Event’s Complex fairgrounds in recent days to display their months of hard work during the 79th Guadalupe County Youth Livestock and Homemakers Show.

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After a recent city council meeting, owners of junked vehicles soon may face fines or see their property removed from private, public and floodway locations.

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Looking to get their hands dirty and their feet wet, figuratively speaking, Seguin High School construction trades students dug in to some hands-on, real-world work Thursday as part of a partnership between the school and the Koehler Company.

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No one was injured when a Guadalupe County deputy field training officer and a recruit were involved in a wreck with another vehicle on Friday evening, authorities said.

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As a light drizzle fell outside the Guadalupe County Courthouse for parts of the commissioners’ regular meeting and forecasts called for the possibility of more precipitation, the court decided against implementing a burn ban Tuesday morning in Seguin.

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The barns at the Seguin Events Complex will fill up as area children put their 4-H and FFA projects on display.

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The late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream lives on in Seguin with five days of events recognizing the slain civil rights icon and the national holiday celebrating his visionary practices and policies.

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A state trooper and two other people were injured after a truck crashed into the rear of the trooper’s vehicle Saturday afternoon.

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Law enforcement from Seguin, Cibolo and Guadalupe County converged on a suspected drug house this week and arrested a suspected marijuana dealer, a Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office spokesman said.

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An attorney who has filed suit against the local river authority will get information about the lakes and dams in the system, but a visiting judge drew the line there, turning down other requests Tuesday morning.

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Investigators have cleared a Guadalupe County Sheriff’s Office deputy of criminal charges following his arrest late last year for suspicion of family violence, according to a news statement the sheriff released Tuesday.

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War isn’t easy, and the men and women who return to civilian life after serving the United States military sometimes face trials and tribulations related to that service.

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The arrival of the new year brings with it new bills and laws that go into effect Jan. 1, 2020 in Texas. These bills were passed during the 86th Texas Legislative session and address a variety of issues from ending surprise medical bills to helping property owners in disasters. They affect a…

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Several years ago when her stepdaughter was going into labor, Jill McKenzie and her husband at the time left their home in the Guadalupe County section of New Braunfels and rushed to the hospital for the delivery.

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Southern Newspapers Inc., the Houston-based media company that owns The Seguin Gazette and 11 other papers in Texas and Oklahoma, this week announced a major change among corporate officers.

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Several groups are providing places for community members to ring in the new year with 20th-century throwbacks and performances by local artists around town. 

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