Savor the Sea: 3 Must-Visit Seafood Spots in Seguin
This article presents a guide to three exceptional seafood restaurants in Seguin. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Yoakum police arrest suspect after brief chase
YOAKUM, Texas - Yoakum police arrested a suspect after a short chase.
Guadalupe County still looking for answers in cold cases
GUADALUPE COUNTY, Texas - In this week's "Missing in Texas," FOX 7 Austin's Angela Shen took a look at missing persons cases that are years old in Guadalupe County. "Each and every case, somebody knows something," Sheriff Arnold Zwicke said. 29-year-old Kathleen Ranft was last seen on April 5, 1985.
Precinct 3 Commissioner candidates answer questions about roads, annex, county jail
Precinct 3 Commissioner candidates answered questions on a number of issues facing Gonzales County during the Republican candidate forum held Thursday, Feb. 15, at American Legion Post 40. The event was co-sponsored by the Gonzales Inquirer and the Gonzales County Republican Party. Below is a transcript of four of the...
Amber Alert suspect arrested in Yoakum
YOAKUM, Texas - An Amber Alert suspect from North Texas was arrested in Yoakum.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Puppies Of Seguin, TX Need You!
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to seguin..
Justice for Phoenix | Man arrested in connection to dog being set on fire causing 90% fur loss, ears amputated
NIXON, Texas — On Tuesday morning, the Nixon Police Department arrested a man in connection to a dog, now named Phoenix, being set on fire which caused her to lose 90% of her fur and have her ears amputated. On Feb. 7, a Nixon woman found Phoenix on her...
The Sandwich Bucket List: Three Seguin Delights You Can't Miss
This article presents a taste tour of three sandwiches that Seguin has to offer. Have you had the pleasure of trying any of them yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Toast to Texas to move downtown
(Seguin) – Celebrating Texas Independence Day on March 2 will look a bit different in Seguin this year. For years, the annual Toast to Texas program has been held on the steps of the historic Sebastopol House. However, this year, the event is moving to Central Park in downtown Seguin.
Gonzales Youth Show returns for 70th year of opportunity
The Gonzales County Youth Show is back for a 70th year of providing opportunities to county youth to earn thousands of dollars in scholarship money, in addition to valuable lessons about life and hard work since 1955. The show will be held this year from Feb. 29 through March 2...
Guadalupe County Feb 29 Weekly Crime Report: 81 Incidents and 4 Crime Stories
Guadalupe County Feb 29 Weekly Crime Report: 81 Incidents and 4 Crime Stories. During the last week, Guadalupe County experienced a total of 81 reported crime cases, with a variety of offenses ranging from assault to burglary. The most common type of crime was classified as 'Other', with 24 cases, which includes suspicious activities and violations of city ordinances. This was closely followed by 19 instances of assault. Theft was the third most common crime with 12 cases, while disturbance and arrest both had 11 cases each. More severe crimes such as shooting, vandalism, and burglary were less frequent, with only 2, 1, and 1 cases reported respectively. The data indicates a need for increased vigilance and law enforcement in Guadalupe County, given the high number of assaults and other crimes. It's also crucial to address the issues leading to these offenses, to ensure the safety and security of the residents.
DeWitt County Arrest Report
DeWitt County Arrest Report News Staff Wed, 02/28/2024 - 13:22 Image Body Arrest Report Week of February 16, 2023 to February 22, 2023Jail Average Daily Count – 95 Inmates Housed for Other Agencies – 19February 16, 2024Louis Jimenez Jr., 51, of Yoakum, Possession of Marijuana<...
Two identified in Young County deadly crash
YOUNG COUNTY (KFDX/KJTL) — Two Texas men were killed in an attempted traffic stop this weekend, according to officers with the Texas Department of Public Safety. After attempting to conduct a traffic stop on Saturday, February 24, at approximately 1:18 a.m., a Dodge Caliber evaded a Young County Deputy while traveling on Elm Street in Graham, according to DPS Sergeant Juan Gutierrez.
The coldest February in Guadalupe County history—and the warmest
Stacker compiled a list of the warmest and coldest Februaries in each county's history using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information.
Local Winery and Seguin Animal Services Host Pet Adoption Event for Residents
Seguin Animal Services and Blue Lotus Winery are collaborating on a pet adoption event. The event is set for Saturday, March 23, 2024, from 1 to 4 pm at the winery in Seguin, Texas. The goal is to find homes for a range of dogs.
Justice prevails for Phoenix: Nixon animal shelters celebrate victory in cruelty case
NIXON, Texas - Passion for Paws Memorial Animal Shelter and Team Nixon Rescue celebrate a significant victory as justice is served for Phoenix, a beloved and previously mistreated dog. Through their unwavering dedication and support from the community, they fought tirelessly to bring closure to Phoenix's case. With heartfelt thanks...
Proposed renewable energy, fertilizer facility for Waelder gets county support
A proposed facility in Waelder that would process agricultural waste into renewable fuels and natural fertilizer is getting a green thumbs up from the Gonzales County Commissioners Court after those involved gave a presentation Monday, Feb. 26. “This is a fantastic project for the county, for the city of Waelder,...
Gonzales celebrates 50 years of community EMS service
On March 1, 1974, Seydler-Hill Funeral Home parked their Oldsmobile ambulance at the Gonzales City Hall and left the keys with it. Had it not been that Seydler-Hill had warned the community months in advance, this could have been disastrous. Knowing this was coming, a group of citizens formed the Gonzales County Volunteer Ambulance Corps. They enlisted the help and leadership of a new young doctor in town, Dr. Robert A. Williamson.
Breaking Barriers, Breaking Chains: Women’s History Month at TLU
TLU will be observing Women’s History Month throughout March—celebrating the many contributions of women both here and now and throughout history, and raising awareness of the ongoing struggle for gender equality. “TLU has a strong history of women's leadership across academic areas, including areas where women are historically...