Residents around Lake Dunlap are looking to seize control of the future of their lake and their quality of life by being a part of the solution to help secure it.

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The first day of school is right around the corner for some area districts. The fun and excitement that usually accompany back to school shopping is holding hands with feelings of doubt and anxiety as this school year is like one we haven’t seen or experienced.

In the midst of massive COVID pandemic disruption, U.S. Representative Ann Kirkpatrick (D–AZ) and U. S. Representative Dan Newhouse (R–WA)  brought forth a bi-partisan proposal to offer tax relief to small businesses, residents and local newspapers. The program is not a check, but rather a t…

Independence Day is behind us and summer is in its full swing, which means the Texas summer sun is beating down on us.

We’re seeing numbers of positive and pending COVID-19 cases rise. It’s a tough pill to swallow because we all want to get back to normal, or however close to normal we can get in a pandemic.

With the entire month dedicated to the topic, May is a time to discuss mental health awareness. And the folks at NAMI Guadalupe County aren’t afraid to start the conversation and dish out support for those who need it.

We live in a time of uncertainty. Nobody knows when the COVID-19 changes to our lives and patterns will end. We don’t know how many people will flood hospitals across the country and we don’t know how many people we will ultimately lay to rest because of this disease.

The World Health Organization is calling it a pandemic. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading globally. And while it’s mortality rate remains low, government agencies, universities, organizations and groups are making the call to cancel or postpone events.

This presidential election cycle is one for the books. With a couple of hotly contested local races, plus the presidential election, voters have come out in hordes to cast their ballots.

Come Tuesday, residents wishing to cast ballots in the March joint primary will have the chance to put democracy to work — at least those who registered to vote.

Seguin Magazine