Pumpkins available for the pickin' at First United Methodist Church
(Seguin) – A sea of orange plus the feel and look of fall has returned to Seguin thanks to The First United Methodist Church. The annual pumpkin patch is now open for business on the church lawn. The patch each year continues to serve as a holiday favorite allowing families to stop by, shop and enjoy.
Pumpkin Patch, First United Methodist Church, Seguin

Chamber hosts candidates' forum; Local races beginning to heat up for Nov. 4 elections
(Seguin) -- The Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce is trying to help local voters get informed about some of the candidates that will appear on the November 4 general election ballot. The chamber's governmental affairs committee hosted a candidates' forum on Wednesday afternoon in the Seguin-Guadalupe County Coliseum.
Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce

SHS invites community to homecoming parade, pep rally
(Seguin) -- There isn't expected to be a lack of school spirit during tonight's Seguin High School Homecoming Parade and Pep Rally.
Seguin High School, Seguin ISD, Homecoming 2014

SEDC celebrating milestone in Seguin'; Economic development program still going strong after 20
(Seguin) -- The SEDC is celebrating a well deserved milestone.  This year marks the 20th anniversary for the Seguin Economic Development Corporation. 
SEDC, city of Seguin

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Marion volleyball rolls through Brooks for district win
(San Antonio) – The Marion High School volleyball team cruised to a 3-0 sweep of Brooks Academy in a District 26-3A match in San Antonio Tuesday evening. 

TLU moves up to 20th in AFCA Coaches Poll, White collects SCAC offensive award

Trenton White threw for 329 yards and four touchdowns Saturday against Southwestern Assemblies of God to secure TLU’s fourth consecutive Offensive Player of the Week award from the SCAC.  Photo by Andie Rangel-Jenner. 

Matadors push Chargers to brink, fall short in five
(Seguin) – The Seguin High School volleyball team narrowly missed an opportunity to knock off one of the four squads ahead of the Matadors in the District 27-5A standings Tuesday night. 

Panthers notch 26-4A road victory with sweep of Gonzales
(Gonzales) – Navarro moved its District 26-4A volleyball record to 4-2 Tuesday night with a 3-0 sweep of Gonzales in the Apaches’ home gym. 

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