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Because of rising COVID-19 cases, Seguin ISD shuttered its doors on Friday to give students and staff a four-day weekend in hopes of additional recovery.

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Thanks to people who care about a missing Schertz man, a reward for information leading to his whereabouts was increased to $10,000.

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An area law enforcement task force detained 13 people and was looking for a 14th Tuesday in connection to a credit union fraud scheme worth more than $80,000 in loss.

They heard the words first responders dread hearing, but a Seguin Police Department sergeant’s call for help after being shot didn’t stop local firefighters from acting heroically.

The family of a missing Guadalupe County man is pleading the community for information on what happened to their son as the Schertz Police Department investigates his disappearance as a homicide.

Seguin’s annual Holiday Stroll Parade is back after a year off and will be led by someone who — at the hands of another — could have been forced to permanently miss the event and all others.