Sunday marks return of annual Bridal, Quince Expo at Big Red Barn
Posted on 1/26/2018 7:45:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- If 2018 includes a wedding or a big party, then you won't want to miss this Sunday's Second Annual Bridal & Quince Expo in Seguin. Hosting the event is the Texas Agricultural Education and Heritage Center a.k.a, the Big Red Barn.
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TLU to host Reading Round Up for grades K-5th grades
Posted on 1/26/2018 7:44:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- TLU is inviting local kids over this Saturday for an afternoon of books, treats and plenty of fun. Ashlie Ford, TLU's director of marketing and communications, says Texas Lutheran University is excited about hosting the children during this weekend's free Reading Round Up.
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Seguin ISD says yes to $130,000 concert piano for SHS Performing Arts Center
Posted on 1/26/2018 7:41:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The Seguin High School's state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center will soon be outfitted with a new concert piano. The sound of the overall price tag for that piano, however, wasn't all music to the ears for some members of the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees. The board on Tuesday voted 5 to 2 in favor of purchasing the $134,000 concert piano from Steinway Piano Gallery in San Antonio. Voting against the purchase were trustees Carl Jenkins and Elaina Reihl.
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Seguin ISD works to eliminate lunch shaming, committed to better contacting parents
Posted on 1/26/2018 7:40:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- The Seguin ISD is working to erase any possibility of lunch shaming in it's schools. Lunch shaming isn't a local term, or a term that specifically refers to local lunchrooms or local cafeteria workers. The words "lunch shaming" are generally used to describe a practice that has occurred across the country. It describes any embarrassment a child might endure when they don't have enough money in their meal accounts to cover the cost of that day's meal. Much of that embarrassment in the past has been to throw away a lunch tray that is already in the hands of the child, and then replacing that with a sack lunch, or now in the Seguin ISD replacing it with a sandwich tray, which includes a sandwich, chips, fruit and milk.
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Friday sportscast & schedule
Posted on 1/26/2018 5:02:00 AM.

Friday
TLU men’s (5:30) and women’s (7:30) basketball vs. U. of Dallas on KWED 1580 AM, Seguintoday.com, and tlubulldogs.com, pre-game 5:20 p.m.
Seguin boys basketball vs. Medina Valley, 6:30 p.m.
Seguin girls basketball @ Medina Valley, 6:30 p.m.
Navarro boys basketball @ Gonzales, 6:30 p.m.
Navarro girls basketball vs. Gonazles, 6:30 p.m.
Marion girls (6:15) and boys (7:30) basketball @ Yoakum


Preview: TLU hosts Dallas in SCAC hoops doubleheader, tonight’s games to air on KWED
Posted on 1/26/2018 5:00:00 AM.
 
Matthew Gillette and the rest of the TLU frontcourt will try to slow down Dallas’s freshman post Spencer Levi (18.8 ppg, 11.2 reb.) in tonight’s SCAC contest at Memorial Gym.  
 
(Seguin) – The Texas Lutheran men’s basketball team chases its third straight Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference win and a regular season sweep of the University of Dallas when the teams square off tonight at TLU’s Memorial Gym in Seguin.

Thursday sportscast & schedule
Posted on 1/25/2018 6:06:00 AM.

Thursday
Lifegate girls (6:00) and boys (7:30) basketball vs. Legacy Prep
Seguin swim team @ Dist. 28-5A meet (San Antonio)

Seguin basketball: Tuesday recaps
Posted on 1/24/2018 9:10:00 AM.
Seguin girls rally past Alamo Heights, end five-game slide
(Seguin) – Seguin improved its position in the District 26-5A girls basketball race and snapped a five-game losing streak on Tuesday by rallying from an early 12-point deficit to outlast Alamo Heights 42-38 at Goldie Harris Gym.

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