Despite economic gains -- Siro, Wal-Mart projects on hold
Posted on 1/5/2018 7:48:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- While the overall news for 2017 and the prospects for 2018 appear to be good for the SEDC and the city, there are still two economic development projects that have been delayed.

Seguin Economic Development Director Josh Schneuker (snye-kuhr) also is also using the new year to address some projects that have been on stand-by for the last couple of years. He says the Ciro USA project, which is a Spanish based company that was to bring a large commercial bakery operation to Seguin with dozens of new jobs, isn't dead. But Schneuker says the project has been postponed.
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Market, taxable values soar in Seguin; City says values have increased by more than $1 billion since 2003
Posted on 1/4/2018 7:28:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- The economy has been growing exponentially in Seguin over the last several years. Seguin Finance Director Susan Caddell provided the Seguin City Council with a snapshot of how the city has done over the last 15 years. Caddell presented the data as part of the council's meeting on Tuesday.

Caddell says both market and taxable values have grown significantly over the years. The increases have occurred over short term and long term periods. It shows that growth and development has been flourishing in Seguin for the better part of 15 years.
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Seguin ISD to review lunchroom policies; District, community want to make sure no "lunch shaming" taking place
Posted on 1/4/2018 7:25:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees wants to make sure that the district isn't "lunch shaming" students who can't afford their meals each day. A special workshop meeting has been called for Thursday night to discuss the district's child nutrition program procedures.
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More sidewalk improvements coming to downtown
Posted on 1/4/2018 7:23:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- The city of Seguin is making more sidewalk improvements in the downtown area. The Seguin City Council approved the sidewalk work during its meeting on Tuesday night.

City Engineer Joe Ramos says project covers sidewalk improvements along Camp, Nolte, Washington and River streets.
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Friday sportscast & schedule
Posted on 1/5/2018 6:42:00 AM.

Friday
Seguin boys basketball vs. Marble Falls, 6:30 p.m. (6:15 pre-game) on KWED 1580 AM and Seguintoday.com
Seguin girls basketball @ Marble Falls, 6:30 p.m.
Navarro boys basketball @ Canyon Lake, 6:30 p.m.
Navarro girls basketball vs. Wimberley (Dist. 27-4A opener), 6:30 p.m.
Marion girls basketball @ Hallettsville, 6:15 p.m.
Marion boys basketball @ Hallettsville, 7:30 p.m.
Lifegate girls basketball vs. Bulverde-Bracken, 6 p.m.
Lifegate boys basketball vs. Bulverde-Bracken, 7:30 p.m.
TLU men’s basketball @ Centenary (SCAC opener), 5:30 p.m.
TLU women’s basketball @ Centenary (SCAC opener), 7:30 p.m.

Marion basketball: Tuesday recaps
Posted on 1/4/2018 8:05:00 AM.
Marion boys rout Yoakum for second straight district win
(Marion) – The Marion boys basketball team moved to 2-0 in District 27-3A Tuesday night with a commanding 61-25 home win over Yoakum.

Lifegate duo sparks South to All-Star win, Shellnut named MVP
Posted on 1/4/2018 8:05:00 AM.
 
Barry Osborne (left) and Cayden Shellnut (right) after the Six-Man Private School All-Star game on Dec. 16. 
 
(Bulverde) - Lifegate Christian School football seniors Barry Osborne (left) and Cayden Shellnut (right) recently played in the Six-Man Private School All-Star game, leading the South to a 74-26 victory over the North at Bracken Christian’s Warrior Field.

Thursday sportscast
Posted on 1/4/2018 6:48:00 AM.

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