This weekend marks milestone birthdays for two of my favorite people.
Some of my fondest memories of Christmas range from my childhood to my children’s childhood. As I sit in the negative-degree wind chill weather we are currently experiencing and work on the last-minute wrapping and meal prep, I can’t help but think back on some of the wonderful memories we’ve made.
When I was a kid, Thanksgiving was always my favorite holiday (not including Christmas, of course). My family had some really special traditions that went back several generations, and some that I still carry with me today.
For about the last month, you have seen several stories in our paper, letters to the editor and advertisements regarding our “Campaign for Transparency” such as “Keep Public Notices in Newspapers.”
A city has the duty to keep the public informed of what is happening and needs to do it every way possible — and in a way they can’t game. Public notice requirements don’t keep the city from using a website and social media, they just say they also have to do this in a way they don’t control.
This past July, I was installed as the Rotary Club of Seguin president. I have been a member of Rotary four years and I have loved every minute. I was quite intimidated when I first joined. There are some people who have been there for a very long time and have done some incredible things. B…
Well, here we are, back to school time for all of the kiddos. Our two boys still have a couple days left of summer break, but we are all very ready for the first day. It’s hard to believe that we will have a freshman and sixth grader this year. I must admit, it was a little sad not shopping …
After a two-and-a-half-year hiatus due to COVID, the Seguin Rotary Club is holding its 31st Annual Rotary Raffle Night fundraiser from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, June 9 at the Seguin Coliseum. Proceeds from the event provide funds for scholarships awarded to local graduating seniors as well as gr…
When I was in school, I remember a lesson in our middle school math class on how to balance a checkbook. This was before the internet and online banking existed. I remember watching my parents and grandparents spend hours at the dinner table, writing out their checks, collecting receipts in …
As a parent of young children, it’s hard to not let the recent tragedies that involved young people in our community affect you. You hear everyone say “go home and hug your babies” when something like this happens.
- Harbor Freight to open retail store in Seguin
- Local pit masters named James Beard semifinalists
- Four arrested on drug charges following narcotics operation
- Dee Carter set to return to Navarro ISD as interim superintendent
- Benno Julius Luensmann
- Catherine Lloyd “Cathy” Boelter
- Independent filmmakers find set in Marion home
- Autumn Marie Hernandez
- Residents share insight, concerns on SH46 project
- Daniel Dorado Jr.