Prosecutors discuss capital murder case which ends with life sentence
Posted on 1/31/2018 9:03:00 AM.
(Seguin) --- After four hours of deliberation, a Guadalupe County jury has found a man guilty for murdering his girlfriend. After six days of testimony, 32-year old Michael Lewis Arce was not only found guilty for the capital murder of 30-year-old Vivian Cases but was also sentenced to life in prison.
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Seguin ISD wants to become a District of Innovation
Posted on 1/31/2018 9:02:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The Seguin ISD is looking at the possibility of being designated as a District of Innovation for the 2018-2019 school year.
 
Jason Schmidt, Seguin ISD's assistant superintendent of learning and leadership services, recently brought forth the proposal to members of the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees. Schmidt says the 84th Texas Legislative Session helped to provide this opportunity for Texas public school districts. He says the designation in essence gives the local district more freedom and flexibility when implementing innovative learning experiences or educational strategies for its students.
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Seguin ISD

Seguin man gets life sentence for murdering girlfriend
Posted on 1/30/2018 7:26:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- A local man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for the March 2015 murder of his girlfriend.

After days of testimony, 32-year old Michael Lewis Arce was found guilty last night for the murder of 30 year old Vivian Cases. Arce originally was declared unfit to stand trial and spent months in a maximum mental health security unit.
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25th Judicial District

Domestic disturbance turns to gun fire, man shot
Posted on 1/30/2018 7:24:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Family violence has led to one person being shot. Seguin Police officials say the shooting was reported just before 5 a.m. Monday. Seguin Police officers were dispatched to the 600 block of East Donegan St. for a domestic disturbance with reported shots fired. Upon arrival, officers say they located a female in her late 20's and her 37-year-old husband.
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Marion basketball: Tuesday recaps
Posted on 1/31/2018 9:38:00 AM.
Marion streak hits a dozen, district record still perfect after rout of Brahmas
(Marion) – Junior forward Jacob Wallace pumped in 27 points Tuesday night to help the Marion boys basketball team record its 12th straight win and move to 10-0 in District 27-3A with a 70-39 home blowout of Hallettsville.

Wednesday sportscast/ Tuesday results
Posted on 1/31/2018 6:14:00 AM.

Tuesday
Seguin boys basketball lost to Marble Falls 45-42
Seguin girls basketball lost to Marble Falls 53-42
Navarro boys basketball lost to Eastside Memorial 73-59
Navarro girls basketball def. Eastside Memorial 56-14
Marion boys basketball def. Hallettsville 70-39
Marion girls basketball def. Hallettsville 52-47
TLU men's basketball def. Southwestern 78-68
TLU women's basketball lost to Southwestern 74-46
Seguin boys soccer lost to Lockhart 7-0
Seguin girls basketball lost to Lockhart 5-1

Raycroft named softball preseason All-American by Fastpitch News
Posted on 1/31/2018 5:02:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) – Record-setting Texas Lutheran softball player Maitlin Raycroft has been named to the 2018 Fastpitch News NCAA Division III Preseason All-America First Team.

Brown races to two records, wins twice in Vermont; Myers, Rynard strong at Middlebury
Posted on 1/31/2018 5:02:00 AM.
 
From left, Ashley Myers, Marquis Brown, and Ashley Rynard 
 
(Middlebury, VT) - Texas Lutheran senior Marquis Brown, the defending NCAA Division III indoor national champion in the 400 meters, impressively kicked off his 2018 indoor season by winning races and setting new records Saturday in both the 200 and 400 at the Middlebury Invitational.

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