For more than two decades, the Guadalupe Valley Habitat For Humanity board has worked tirelessly to help community members get a second chance.
The Seguin Silver Center is a non-profit organization. It began with the mission of offering area senior citizens a place to go and visit with other area residents.
Every summer the students of Seguin ISD have an array of opportunities available right at their fingertips. From exploring the wonders of the H-E-B Foundation Camp in Leakey, learning the ins and outs of archery to programing language and solving code. The district offers more than 20 differ…
During the regular school year, local school districts prepare and serve up meals to ensure that children get the proper nutrients they need to grow and stay healthy.
Area first responders and local families partook in play, prizes and pleasantries last weekend during the 14th Annual Badges, Bikes and Tykes Picnic at the Starcke Park pavilion.
More than a year has passed and finally worshipers of First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs are beginning to find some semblance of what once was normal.
The Talent Pipeline has acted as a bridge connecting high school students in career and technology classes with local businesses that offer jobs in those trade skill areas.
A pair of Guadalupe County communities will head to the polls this week and the following week to decide on whether those area school districts will get upgrades to their campuses, elect the trustees to govern one of those districts; as well as the alderman and mayor who are vying for the ch…
While most would think the hamburgers, cheesy pizza and an assortment of treats the students at Navarro ISD get to eat every for lunch are handpicked by the district themselves, they actually are not.
In Tuesday’s newspaper, The Seguin Gazette did something that it rarely does. There was an international story on the front page. Even more rare, there was a photo that went with it — as flames roared around the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France.
Service men and women who protect our country in uniform generally, and deservedly so, are regarded as heroes among us. Now with the advent of a program and fundraising campaign, others are being given the ability to be recognized along side some of those heroes in Marion.
- Anthony Rene Acuna
- 2 injured in afternoon wreck on FM 725
- OUT OF THE SHELL: Local pecan grower sees product hit the shelves of Texas-based grocer
- 26-year-old recovered after drowning on San Marcos River
- Lightning strike leaves family without a home
- Mary Rose Angeles
- City sewer lines to extend north of Geronimo
- Pick-your-own peach orchard, blackberry farm planted in Zorn
- Dale Allen Brueggemann
- SEDC borrows $2M from city for land purchase