Winter weather comes ot Seguin; Red Cross offers tips on how to best handle frigid conditions
Posted on 1/2/2018 8:43:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- The new year in Seguin has started with a blast of artic air. Temperatures dropped below the freeze mark to start out 2018. The American Red Cross wants to try to help you stay safe and warm during this current cold snap. Here are the group's top ten steps that you can take to stay safe during this time of the year.
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SPD encourages safe holiday celebrations; Have a plan, stay safe this holiday weekend
Posted on 12/29/2017 8:17:00 AM.
 
 
(Seguin) -- Local law enforcement officials say they want everyone to make it into the new year safely. The Seguin Police Department, the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office, and state troopers from the Texas Department of Public Safety Office in Seguin will all be out in force this weekend making sure that people stay safe while out on local and area roadways. 
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Fireworks prohibited in city of Seguin; Authorities remind public about ban on pyrotechnics
Posted on 12/29/2017 8:16:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- If you've driven lately just outside the Seguin city limits, you've likely noticed all of the fireworks stands that are open for business during the New Year's holiday period. It's very tempting to pull-in and buy a few Black Cats, bottle rockets and sparklers. But if you live inside the city, you need to remember that fireworks are a no-no anytime of the year.
Carlos Contreras, public information officer for the Seguin Police Department, says it's illegal to possess fireworks in the city, which means that's it's illegal to use them in the city as well. 
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Start thinking about losing those holiday pounds
Posted on 12/29/2017 7:59:00 AM.

(undated) -- The holiday season is coming to a close and many of us have packed on a few extra pounds. Nutrisystem Corporate Dietitian Courtney McCormick says it's best to keep our weight loss goals realistic.
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