TLU makes $20K a year Promise to future Bulldogs; University makes college experience a better value for all new first year students
Posted on 10/10/2018 6:47:00 AM.
 
(Seguin) -- Going to college at TLU is no longer a dream. It's a promise.

In the spirit of Texas Lutheran University's mission and goal for all students to "Learn Boldly and Live to Inspire," TLU is promising to offer new first-year students $20,000 "per year" in scholarships.
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Seguin PD encouraging public to make plans now to attend next civilian response active shooter training
Posted on 10/10/2018 6:46:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The Seguin Police Department today is preparing for a full house for its first scheduled Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events Training.

In the past two decades, Seguin PD officials say horrific mass shootings such as the Sutherland Springs Church shooting, the Parkland Florida school shooting and the Las Vegas Route 91 Harvest Music Festival shooting have thrust mass shootings into public consciousness.
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Home arts items due today for Guadalupe County Fair; Cash prize being offered for those with most entries
Posted on 10/10/2018 6:43:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Here's how you can take home that blue ribbon from this year's Guadalupe County Fair and PRCA Rodeo. Today is arrival day for all home arts division entries.
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Local father illustrates his love for his daughter
Posted on 10/9/2018 7:38:00 AM.
 
 
(Geronimo) -- A local father is not only telling his 9-year-old daughter that he loves her every day, he's illustrating it -- literally. For at least the last year and a half, school lunch has become somewhat like Christmas morning for Navarro Third Grader Leah Reyes.

You see, every time Leah unzips her lunch box, she is surprised with a piece of artwork on her napkin -- artwork designed and packed specifically for Leah by her father James Reyes. Whether it's Peanuts, Disney, or any other animation that one can imagine, it has probably appeared on a napkin.
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Thursday sportscast
Posted on 10/11/2018 6:10:00 AM.

High school volleyball - Seguin, Navarro, & Marion Tuesday recaps
Posted on 10/10/2018 7:46:00 AM.
 
Seguin volleyball fans wore pink to Goldie Harris Gym Tuesday night in observation of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and cheered the Mats to a district win over Harlandale.
 
Matadors sweep Harlandale, stretch district record to 13-0
(Seguin) - Seguin moved a step closer to a perfect District 26-5A volleyball season Tuesday night with a 3-0 sweep of Harlandale (25-17, 25-18, 25-20) at Goldie Harris Gym.
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TLU tennis hosts ninth annual Doc Skogman Invitational
Posted on 10/10/2018 7:45:00 AM.
(Seguin) - Texas Lutheran University Men's and Women's Tennis hosted its Ninth Annual Doc Skogman Invitational on Friday and Saturday at TLU's Ohlenbusch-Rinn Tennis Center and at Seguin High School and Max Starcke Park courts.
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Wednesday sportscast/ Tuesday results
Posted on 10/10/2018 6:35:00 AM.

 Tuesday
Seguin volleyball def. Harlandale 3-0
Navarro def. S.A.-Brooks 3-0
Marion volleyball lost to Ingram-Moore 3-0

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