Flu cases on the rise in U.S., in Seguin; Local physcians offer tips on dealing with the flu
Posted on 2/7/2018 6:37:00 AM.
 
(Seguin) -- There's a good chance that you know someone who's got the flu. Some national medical experts have called this the worse flu season on record, with dozens of young and elderly patients dying due to complications with the influenza virus.
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influenza; Seguin Family Medicine; Live Oak Family Health; Cornerstone Pediatrics; GRMC

Public invited to hear more on how to spot warning signs, causes of destructive decisions by children
Posted on 2/6/2018 7:38:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- When it comes to protecting your child, Guadalupe County's top law enforcement official is going straight to the expert for some answers.
 
Thanks to Guadalupe County Sheriff Arnold Zwicke, parents of local kids are invited to attend one of two public presentations being led by Phil Chalmers, a nationally recognized author, speaker, educator and crime expert. Chalmers will be in Guadalupe County this week talking to area students. He will also speak directly to parents and members of the community during special presentations of his "True Lies" program. The presentations will be held tonight at the American Legion Hall and on Thursday at the Seguin High School Performing Arts Center.
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Phil Chalmers; Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office; Seguin ISD; Marion ISD; Navarro ISD

MHMR recognition efforts help to bring awareness to local program
Posted on 2/6/2018 7:37:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- The efforts, of those who have worked to meet the mental health needs of residents in Guadalupe County, are not going unnoticed.
 
A celebration and unveiling of a new plaque honoring the Guadalupe County MHMR Board at Bluebonnet Trails Community Services was recently held at the MHMR and medical facility.
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Bluebonnet Trails; MHMR

Incentive programs part of reinvestment in Downtown Seguin
Posted on 2/6/2018 7:35:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Last week's Main Street article discussed reinvestment in downtown Seguin during 2017 and this week we thought we would share some important information for anyone who is looking to reinvest in downtown Seguin.
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Seguin basketball: Tuesday recaps
Posted on 2/7/2018 9:25:00 AM.
Boerne-Champion knocks Seguin boys out of 26-5A playoff race
(Boerne) – A second straight trip to the UIL boys basketball playoffs isn’t in the cards for Seguin, as the Matadors dropped out of contention for one of the four available berths in District 26-5A with a 75-33 road loss to Boerne-Champion on Tuesday.

Navarro basketball: Tuesday recaps
Posted on 2/7/2018 9:23:00 AM.
Navarro girls down La Vernia, secure second place district finish
(Geronimo) – The Navarro girls basketball team clinched the No. 2 playoff seed in District 27-4A Tuesday night by notching a 72-62 home win over La Vernia in the game of the regular season.

Marion basketball: Tuesday recaps
Posted on 2/7/2018 9:22:00 AM.
Marion winning streak, perfect district mark survive Schulenburg road trip
(Schulenburg) – The Marion boys basketball team received a tough test on the road from Schulenburg Tuesday evening, but the Bulldogs ultimately pushed their winning streak to 14 games and their District 27-3A record to 12-0 with a 53-46 win.

Tuesday sportscast & schedule
Posted on 2/7/2018 6:13:00 AM.

Tuesday
Seguin boys basketball lost to Boerne-Champion 75-33
Seguin girls basketball lost to Boerne-Champion 51-25
Navarro boys basketball lost to La Vernia 63-56
Navarro girls basketball def. La Vernia 72-62
Marion boys basketball def. Schulenburg 53-46
Marion girls basketball lost to Schulenburg 44-39
Seguin girls soccer lost to Alamo Heights 6-1
Seguin boys soccer lost to Alamo Heights 5-0

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