During the spring, a cadre of volunteers gather for a quick breakfast, pick up supplies and then head out into the community with one thing on their minds — trash.
Almost every year, right about this time, law enforcement officers across the country get a little furrier. Some participate in the Movember movement, while locally it’s “No Shave November.”
Flu season is upon us and it’s important now more than ever to get that flu shot. According to the Texas Department of Health Services, tens of thousands of people have died over the last three flu seasons due to complications from the virus, and the death toll shows no signs of slowing down…
With two spillgates failed, two lakes emptied, and the threat of the remaining four being drained at some point pending a court battle, the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority has long said it lacks the funding mechanism necessary to maintain the ancient hydroelectric dam system.
This week the GBRA pumped the brakes on its plan to build a new $6.6 million set of offices in New Braunfels, instead opting for a temporary building to add additional space to its existing facility in Seguin.
The settlement that staved off the draining of GBRA’s Guadalupe Valley lakes on Monday was only the beginning of a process. And it was a long time in coming to fruition.
Seguin is a growing community, and with that sense of community come good old-fashioned neighborly values, an unwritten code that says citizens care for and support each other–rain or shine.
Donating an organ is important now more than ever, with more than 120,000 men, women and children currently sitting on waiting lists to receive donations. Of those tens of thousands of people, 22 will die by the end of the day.
The Labor Day holiday marks the unofficial end of summer in the United States — unofficial because for school children summer has been over for about a week or two now, and the Texas thermometer still insists that summer hasn’t loosened its iron grip just yet.
Recently, members of our community have fallen victim to an abundance of online scammers who seek to infiltrate the lives of citizens under the guise of romance. These scammers use that which is most vulnerable in all of us to get into our wallets — our hearts.
Community members have their thoughts on just what they would like to see in the city’s park system — more ADA playscapes, an aquatic center, more hike and bike trails.
Following a mid-term election with ‘mind-boggling’ turnout and just ahead of a presidential election that could see more of the same, officials in Guadalupe County are getting out ahead of the possible chaos.
It’s been plenty hot around Seguin, Guadalupe County and Texas in recent days leading to sweltering temperatures for a prolonged stretch of days. No real respite has presented itself meaning our use of electricity for air conditioning and more has risen along with the temps.
Culture, history and camaraderie are just some of the things that people who stepped into Teatro De Artes De Juan Seguin’s community center on Saturday found at the Viva Seguin Conjunto Festival.
With a weather forecast of “sunny and hot” being called for over the past several days and into the foreseeable future, Guadalupe County Commissioners Court pulled the trigger Tuesday to call for a county-wide outdoor ban on burning.
- PLDA has plan, agreement with GBRA to restore dam
- Seguin alums seek to create new tequila
- Local couple announces plans to create a sand volleyball complex
- Woman finds strength in family, work during cancer battle
- Austin-based film featuring local actress to premier at festival
- 2 collection sites to reopen, 1 remains closed
- Kenneth Hugo Pape
- Couple purchases 111-year-old home to restore on Kingsbury ranch
- John David Zunker
- Fastest highway bumps up toll rates