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Retired Bexar County judge and current Guadalupe County resident Kelly Cross has thrown her hat in the ring for the race to be a Guadalupe County justice of the peace.

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With backgrounds working as a teacher, an Army reservist and, most recently, an attorney, Edinburg Democrat Ruben Ramirez said he has the right stuff to represent District 15 in the United States House of Representatives.

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The Seguin Police Department threw down a challenge to the Seguin Fire Department, along with its razors, to help raise money for a local teen and awareness about the cancer he is battling.

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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.

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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.

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Former lawman and current justice of the peace, William “Darrell” Hunter is seeking to retain his position in next year’s election cycle.

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As Black Friday comes and goes, area businesses want to remind residents to shop local on Saturday and make a difference in your neighbor’s lives.

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Mariachi vocalists and Seguin High School junior Taytum Rangel has vied for a chance to compete at the national level for the past three years. And on Dec. 4, she’ll get her chance as she takes the stage in San Antonio at the Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza’s vocalist competition.

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Feeling the growing pains of the area it serves as well as some of its own, the Green Valley Special Utility District broke ground recently on a $21.1 million new headquarters and warehouse facility.

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A local attorney involved in litigation against the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority recently called foul after the authority claimed failure at another of its area dam spill gates. The opposing counsel says the allegations are “nonsense.”