(Seguin) -- The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees is set to consider a number of items during tonight's regular meeting. Among those on the agenda is the possible reorganization of the school board. Trustees will look at possibly voting on new board officers. Although the school board elected officers earlier this year, board policy allows for the selection of new officers at any given time. The current board officers include President Ishmael Flores; Vice-President Cindy Thomas-Jimenez and Secretary Ben Amador. More
(Seguin) -- The city of Seguin is testing out a new innovative way to make local streets last longer. Public work crews recently tested what they call a "fancy new asphalt mixed with Kevlar additive" in hopes of building stronger and more durable roadways. The new asphalt was recently introduced on Hummingbird Street which stretches from East Kingsbury Street to State Highway 123 Bypass. More
(Seguin) -- The Seguin City Council is making it easier for churches, civic groups, businesses and individuals to help spruce up the town. The council Tuesday approved the creation of an Adopt-A-Spot program. The program works similar to the state's Adopt-A-Highway program. Jack Jones, city of Seguin parks and recreation director, says the city's Adopt-A-Spot program is a way to help beautify the city and to maintain existing beautification projects. More
(Seguin) -- Major work should soon begin on North Heideke Street in the city of Seguin. The Seguin City Council on Tuesday awarded a $5.9 million contract to Atlas Construction. City Engineer Joe Ramos says that Atlas wasn't the lowest bidder, but staff believed it was the best overall bid for the city. More
(Abilene) - Seguin High School junior Brandon Palomares finished fourth in the Division I, 148-lb weight class at the THSPA State Powerlifting Meet in Abilene on Friday. Palomares lifted a total of 1,325 lbs. He squatted 525, bench pressed 280, and dead lifted 520. This marks the second straight year Palomares has earned a top-ten finish at the state meet.
(Austin) – It took a couple of innings for the Navarro baseball team to get the bats going in Saturday’s District 27-4A opener at Austin-Eastside Memorial, but the Panthers erupted for five runs in the top of the third and three apiece in the fourth and sixth to notch an 11-0 run-rule victory.
(Seguin) – Texas Lutheran's bid for a second consecutive Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference three-game series sweep ended in the early game Saturday with the Bulldogs falling 16-14 to Austin College.