There’s a lot happening in Guadalupe County these days. There’s a lot changing.
Trying to beat the heat in South Texas during the summer is not an easy task.
The pavilion at Starcke Park on Saturday was filled with families having fun at the Seguin Police Department’s annual Badges, Bikes and Tykes event.
While Navarro High School students last week learned about the dangers of drunken driving and the lives it ruins, one of their classmates and his family were in a Guadalupe County courtroom fighting for justice surrounding a tragic drunken-driving wreck from several years ago.
Family members have been known to share lots of things through the years.
From the grocery store to the airport and even to a good number of front porches in neighborhoods, video cameras are practically everywhere.
Mothers are quintessential to society. Sure, they are the one’s who give birth (thus, making them mothers), but it’s deeper than that.
Recent threats across Guadalupe County exposed two dynamics at work on area school campuses.
Friday is May 5, the day traditionally celebrated as Cinco de Mayo here and internationally.
Apparently, across the state of Texas, some 14,800 people don’t understand the concept of yes meaning yes and no meaning no.
The city of Seguin is losing a valued resource to our neighbor to the north.
Seguin and Marion ISDs are both reaching out to their respective communities and asking taxpayers to support creating more educational space for their students.
While it seems like we only went to the polls a couple weeks ago, that time is rolling around once again.
More often than not we hear people say there’s nothing to do in Seguin. And while that maybe true one or two weekends all year long, that is not always the case.
- Larry Frank Shanafelt
- Seguin ISD board hits pause on land purchase for future middle school
- Mary S. Castillo
- MSgt. Patrick Floyd Eugene Mollenhauer, USAF, Ret.
- Seguin ISD, city hosting watch party for James Beard Awards
- City of Seguin team preps for national hydrant contest
- New Braunfels woman gets 14 years for fatal drunk driving wreck
- Reports show no profiling by police, deputies
- Betty Jean (Naumann) Tieken
- Rescued pup finds loving care in foster hospice
- Seguin Little League: Specials All-Star rosters announced
- FINAL STROLL: Area seniors take one last walk through their former campuses
- River Monsters gear up for opening day, welcome community
- Seguin City Champions: Teams conclude Little League season
- Honor, remember: Community honors the fallen in special ceremonies
- Faces of Seguin - May 2023
- Shattered Dreams; Navarro students get first hand look at drunk driving affects
- City Champions: Four teams wrap up Little League season
- Actresses blossom in ‘Steel Magnolias’ on Texas Theater stage