Guadalupe County treasurer, district clerk candidates work to reel in votes during GOP primary
Posted on 2/28/2018 8:41:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Early voting continues this week in Guadalupe County. Beginning today, the Seguin Daily News will help count down the days until the March 6 Republican and Democratic Primary Elections by featuring the candidates of each locally contested race and allowing them to offer their final pitch to voters.
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Primary Election; Guadalupe County Republican Party; Guadalupe County Democratic Party

American Colors Inc. opens new facility in Seguin
Posted on 2/28/2018 8:40:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Seguin's newest manufacturing facility is officially open for business. American Colors, Inc. has announced the opening of its new manufacturing facility at 5075 State Hwy. 123 North. The facility is located in the same business complex as United Alloy and Glass Chalk.
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SEDC; city of Seguin

City works to grant tax relief to steel plant
Posted on 2/28/2018 8:35:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The city of Seguin is working to help provide a little bit of tax relief for a large local employer. The Seguin City Council Tuesday approved the city's participation in the Texas Enterprise Zone Program. The enterprise zone designation, if granted by the state, would benefit the CMC Steel Texas mill in Seguin.
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SEDC; city of Seguin

Husband, wife murdered at Guadalupe home; Suspect believed to be local physician
Posted on 2/27/2018 8:41:00 AM.
 
 
Tiffany and Anthony Strait were murdered Sunday morning at a home in the Seguin area.
 
(Seguin) -- A local man has been arrested and charged with the capital murder of a husband and wife just before noon Sunday in Guadalupe County. The victims have been identified as Tiffany Leann Strait, 30 and husband Anthony Ray Strait, 27.
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High school softball/ baseball: Tuesday recaps
Posted on 2/28/2018 1:03:00 PM.
Seguin softball drops district opener to Lockhart
(Lockhart) - Two errors that led to three unearned runs proved costly for the Seguin High School softball team in Tuesday's District 26-5A opener, as the Matadors suffered a 4-2 road loss in Lockhart.

Wednesday sportscast/ Tuesday results
Posted on 2/28/2018 7:13:00 AM.

Tuesday
Marion boys basketball def. Schulenburg 56-45, 3A regional quarterfinals
Seguin softball lost to Lockhart 4-2
Seguin baseball def. Smithville 7-1
Navarro softball lost to John Paul II 12-2
Marion softball def. Randolph 15-0

Hays CISD hires away Navarro's Goad, Marion's Salmon
Posted on 2/28/2018 5:06:00 AM.
 
        Les Goad                              Bruce Salmon 
 
(Guadalupe County) – The Navarro and Marion ISDs are suddenly both searching for new head football coaches and athletic directors, and both as a result of the previous occupants of those positions accepting jobs in the same school district.

The Hays CISD Board of Trustees approved the hiring of Navarro's Les Goad as the new head football coach and athletic coordinator at Hays High School in Buda, and Marion's Bruce Salmon for the same positions at Lehman High School in Kyle by unanimous 7-0 votes in a Monday night meeting.
Navarro ISD; Marion ISD

SHS golfers take team title in Bandit tourney
Posted on 2/28/2018 5:04:00 AM.
 
(New Braunfels) – The Seguin High School boys golf team took first place in an area tournament hosted at the Bandit Golf Club in New Braunfels last week. Zach Littlefield was in the individual first place medallist with a score of 78, and Caide Krueger finished third after shooting an 85. Jake Garrison carded an 87, while Reed Skinner ended up with a 101. Pictured, from left, are Skinner, Noah Salinas, Littlefield, Krueger, and Garrison.

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