State's School, firearm safety plan unveiled; Governor says action plan will make Texas safer
Posted on 6/1/2018 8:17:00 AM.
 
 
Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently held a series of roundtable discussions to help develop the Texas School and Firearm Safety Plan. The plan was unveiled during a press conference held Wednesday in San Marcos.

(San Marcos) - Governor Greg Abbott is rolling out a 40-page Texas School and Firearm Safety Action Plan that he hopes will make schools and communities safer. Abbott unveiled his plan during a stop Wednesday in neighboring San Marcos. He told reporters that the plan includes increasing law enforcement presence at schools, including adding schools to routine officer patrols. The governor also wants to increase school marshals per campus with the focus on hiring veterans for the jobs.
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Navarro High School student sets out for even more success during summer competitions
Posted on 6/1/2018 7:25:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Seguin's youngest pit master is now officially one of the best in the world after earning first place in the prestigious 41st Annual Memphis in May World Championship Barbecue Cooking Festival 2018. Ty Machado, 16, was able to secure his walk across the winner's stage after earning the top spot in the Exotic Category for his Lamb Lollipop entry.
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Movie production comes to Seguinís historic Saffold Mansion
Posted on 6/1/2018 7:24:00 AM.
 
 
A movie crew is coming to Seguin this weekend, and walk-on parts are available. Walk-on roles for men to be Union soldiers are available – you just need to show up at the filming location on Saturday. Filming will be taking place at the McKee/Saffold mansion (across from the Power Plant Restaurant) at 101 Pecan Orchard from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

(Seguin) -- A movie portraying the backstory of John Wayne's and director John Ford's relationship during the production of “Horse Soldiers” will be filmed in Seguin this weekend. Walk-on roles for the production will also be available for those interested.
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Free Family Fitness Day on Saturday in Starcke Park
Posted on 6/1/2018 7:14:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Local fitness and wellness experts say don't spend your Saturday morning sleeping in or watching cartoons. Instead, they says Saturday is the perfect time to get in a little exercise, while also having some family fun.
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Schaefer receives NCAA's Elite 90 Award at D3 Baseball Championship
Posted on 6/5/2018 6:33:00 AM.
 
Riley Schaefer 
 
(Appleton, Wis) – At the opening ceremony for the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship on May 24, Texas Lutheran senior center fielder Riley Schaefer collected the NCAA's Elite 90 award - the honor that recognizes the baseball championship's top student-athlete.

Texas Lutheran adds Dausin, La Hue to football staff
Posted on 6/4/2018 7:13:00 AM.
 
Bryan Dausin (left) and Neal La Hue (right). 
 
(Seguin) – Texas Lutheran University Football welcomed former Warren High School Head Coach Bryan Dausin and former Hays High School Head Coach Neal La Hue as full-time assistant coaches, TLU Head Coach Carl Gustafson announced last month.

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