Animals offer a valuable service to humans. They help fill a void when needed.
Currently in the midst of another surge of COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations and intubation, some heroic staff members at Guadalupe Regional Medical Center could be reaching the ends of their ropes.
Many people of a certain age can recall images of passenger planes slamming into tall buildings and people desperately leaping from those structures to their doom in hopes of escaping the towers’ inevitable collapse and intensely burning fires within.
In what undoubtedly is one of the state’s longest football rivalries, the cities of Seguin and New Braunfels are pitting against one another in a struggle for ultimate supremacy.
It once again is time to speak up, and not just here on the “Speak Up” page in The Seguin Gazette. It is the time to speak up for yourself and the community.
With an eye aimed squarely at helping to build a new community center, leadership at the Greater Marion Area Chamber of Commerce is offering up a good time and good feelings.
There’s a whole range of issues that different folks around Guadalupe County find themselves on opposites sides of: from national politics to local issues like construction, tax dollars, health care, education and more. Seguin has more than 30,000 inhabitants and both the city itself and Gua…
As the Fourth of July draws near, more and more people are shoring up their celebration plans. Some may go to the beach, others to nearby lakes and rivers. Some will head to a family member’s or friend’s backyard and celebrate, but there are several things to keep in mind as we gather this holiday.
Summer has officially arrived. And surely to follow are the triple digit temperatures with even higher heat indexes, making it feel five to 10 degrees hotter than what it already is.
Last week, President Joe Biden signed into law recognition of June 19 — affectionately known as Juneteenth — as a national holiday to be celebrated every year in the United States.
If you still need a reason to get the COVID-19 vaccine, then look in our own backyard as we mourn the loss of a 31-year-old Seguin firefighter who died in a Houston hospital on Friday.
As vendors continue receiving additional doses of vaccine to inoculate the public against COVID-19 here in Guadalupe County, it is as important as ever that residents continue to sign up for and receive the shots.
For weeks, officials from the county, the city and hospital have orchestrated mass vaccination clinics to administer COVID-19 vaccines to the general public for free.
- Guadalupe County deputy resigns after indicted, arrested on child sex abuse charges
- Susan Renae Coyle
- Roy M. Ramirez
- Driver ticketed after hitting building, running
- Seguin ISD takes step toward selling Mary B. Erskine
- Deborah Sanchez
- Woman arrested in stabbing incident
- Fire damages empty home
- William (Bill) James Patek
- 1 killed, another critically injured after fiery 18 wheeler wreck on I-10 in Seguin