Voluntary annexations bringing new subdivisions to Seguin
Posted on 7/16/2018 6:07:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- The city of Seguin continues to grow, with more and more developers choosing to voluntarily have their projects annexed into the city. In the last six months, the Seguin City Council has approved three voluntary annexations of land located just outside of the city limits.
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ARF to host rabies clinic this Saturday at the Max Starcke Park Bowl
Posted on 7/13/2018 6:59:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Seguin's Animal Rescue Foundation is hoping that a weekend rabies clinic will make it easier for pet owners to get their dogs and cats vaccinated. ARF President Colleen Supulver says instead of hosting the clinic on a weekday, the group will be administering the shots this Saturday in Max Starcke Park. The other big change, she says is that the clinic will be held on the west side of the park instead of the east side pavilion. Despite the changes, Supulver says the process of protecting your pets will still be easy.
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Grease Is The Word tonight at the Seguin Public Library; Interactive movie night set for Friday plus Mariachi story time on Saturday
Posted on 7/13/2018 6:45:00 AM.
 
(Seguin) -- "You're the One That We Want!" That's the Seguin Public Library's invitation for today's Grease Interactive Movie Night. The movie sing-a-long event for adults plus a Mariachi performance and children's book reading on Saturday are the next scheduled events for the library's Adult and Children's Summer Reading Program. This year's theme is "Libraries Rock!"
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Caterpillar employees rallying behind one of their own
Posted on 7/13/2018 6:44:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Although his family lives in South Carolina, Jack Rosson is realizing the family that he has here in Seguin. That family consist of a group of Caterpillar Plant employees who have all teamed together and who have organized a barbecue plate fundraiser for Rosson who is currently battling cancer.
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Friday sportscast
Posted on 7/13/2018 6:11:00 AM.

TLU Women's Golf Top 25 for team GPA; Swift, Martin, Cox named All-American Scholars
Posted on 7/12/2018 6:57:00 AM.
 
From left to right, Summer Swift, Kaley Martin, and Kristen Cox. 
 
(Seguin) - Texas Lutheran Women's Golf ranked 23rd in all of NCAA Division III for team grade point average, with a 3.442 GPA, and three Bulldogs – sophomores Summer Swift and Kaley Martin and freshman Kristen Cox – were named Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) All-American Scholars.
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Thursday sportscast
Posted on 7/12/2018 6:15:00 AM.

Zion Hill athletes to represent Seguin in AAU Junior Olympics
Posted on 7/11/2018 12:28:00 PM.
 
Zion Hill Rd. Running Club team members and coaches pitcured here, from left, include Coach Medrano, Prince Medrano, Brandon Hernandez, Antwain Franklin, Armando Avalos, Jayden Acuna, Coach Acuna and Coach Cardenas.  
 
(Seguin) - The Zion Hill Running Club of Seguin had five athletes advance through the South Texas AAU regional track and field meet at Converse-Judson in late June to qualfiy for the upcoming AAU Junior Olympics in Des Moines, Iowa.

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