County again making it easier for voters to cast ballots; Secretary of State gives thumbs up to continued use of Vote Centers in Guadalupe County
Posted on 1/3/2018 7:35:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- Voters in Guadalupe County will continue to enjoy the ease of Voting Centers when they head to the polls in March for the Republican and Democratic primaries. 

Guadalupe County Elections Administrator Lisa Adam, speaking before the Guadalupe County Commissioners Court on Tuesday, said that the new voting centers worked well during the elections held last November. She says they have been cleared by the office of Texas Secretary of State Rolando B. Pablos to continue to use the countywide polling place program. Adam says the program was well received by voters in the fall. The program allowed voters to cast their election day ballots at any polling location in the county. 
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Library officials want to help you fall in love in 2018; Friends of the Library hosting annual Blind Date With A Book event
Posted on 1/2/2018 8:47:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- The Friends of the Seguin Public Library hope that you'll resolve to fall in love with reading in 2018. The group is hosting its annual "Blind Date With A Book" event as a way to encourage more people to come see all that the library has to offer.

Library Director Jackie Gross says the Blind Date event is a fun way to allow people to bond with a book that they might not have normally chosen to read. Just like a real blind date, Gross says you'll have no idea of what you'll be choosing to read.
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Main Street names its top stories of 2017
Posted on 1/2/2018 8:46:00 AM.
(Seguin) -- Seguin's downtown community continued to grow in 2017, and officials at Seguin City Hall say they expect more growth in 2018.
In recognition of the work that took place in 2017, Seguin Main Street Director Kyle Kramm compiled a list of the top five stories about downtown Seguin last year.  Here's a look at Kramm's list, and what impact those stories had on this community.
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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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