|Posted on 3/29/2017 7:54:00 AM.|
A new slate of officers was approved during Tuesday night's meeting of the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees. The new board officers include, from left, Carl Jenkins, vice-president; Cinde Thomas-Jimenez, president; and Ben Amador, secretary.
(Seguin) -- The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees has chosen to move forward with a new slate of board officers. Utilizing board policy,which allows for the reorganization of a school board at anytime, trustees Tuesday night elected Trustee Cinde Thomas-Jimenez as the new president of the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees. Also elected was new Vice President Carl Jenkins, and remaining in his position as board secretary is Ben Amador.More
|Posted on 3/29/2017 7:53:00 AM.|
The Seguin-Guadalupe County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce recently recognized several individuals for their contributions to the community. The Hispanic chamber held its annual awards banquet Thursday in the Seguin-Guadalupe County Coliseum. The list of winners this year include (from left) Tiffany Cooper-Aguilar, Chairwoman's Award; Felisa Ramirez, Patriot Award; Brenda Flores, Businesswoman of the Year; Kyle Kramm, Community Service Award; Ursula Pari, Rosita Ornelas Media Award; Trevor Baugher (Niagara Bottling), Corporate Business Award; Luke Morales (accepting on behalf of winner Dee Carter, not pictured), Academic Merit Award; Vicki De La Rosa, Juan Seguin Award; Jason Luna, Businessman of the Year; and Ernest Leal, Daniel Rodriguez Community Service Award. More
|Posted on 3/29/2017 7:52:00 AM.|
(Seguin) -- The Seguin Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) is again brining employers and job seekers together during a job fair slated for Thursday in the Seguin-Guadalupe County Coliseum. Josh Schneuker, economic development director for the city of Seguin, says they are encouraging job-seekers to attend the event, and meet with the large number of businesses that are expected to participate in the job fair.More
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|Posted on 3/29/2017 7:50:00 AM.|
(Undated) -- It's tax season, which means many people are worried about being audited by the Internal Revenue Service. IRS Spokesman Bill Brunson says an audit doesn't mean that you're in trouble.
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