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Early voting numbers are being reported and the electorate here is showing up and showing out. [Read More]
Joe Biden has been in politics for 47 years. I think it is safe to say he is the true career politician. One would think... [Read More]
Today, around 28 million Americans have health insurance they would not otherwise have had because of the benefits of the Affordable Care Act. In Texas... [Read More]
Q. Why don't you and other horticulturists in the Central Texas area recommend "Weed and Feed" products? It seems like having both a herbicide and... [Read More]
No one can say what the dunderheads who run the University Interscholastic League (UIL) were thinking when they drew up District 14-4A-II for football last... [Read More]
Last week, in my column encouraging my fellow registered voters here in Guadalupe County to vote, I listed a slate of Libertarian candidates for voters... [Read More]
My first true learning experience about Alzheimer's began at the point when it became personal. Back in the early 2000s, I had a close colleague... [Read More]
County residents looking to unload unwanted, unused prescription drugs will have the opportunity this weekend. [Read More]
Community members tuned in to a panel discussion on racism, its origin and possible solutions on Saturday. [Read More]
Change continues to affect the way state officials report COVID-19 statistics to Guadalupe County officials and, in turn, the way they pass information along to... [Read More]
A Seguin resident has $40 million more in the bank after claiming the second largest Lotto Texas jackpot. [Read More]
The coronavirus canceled so many things, but organizers refused to allow it to completely disrupt an annual children's event in Seguin. [Read More]
Guadalupe County voters have flooded the polls in the first week of early voting. [Read More]
Dalondo Moultrie is the assistant managing editor of the Seguin Gazette. You can e-mail him at dalondo.moultrie@seguingazette.com . [Read More]
Today, I went to the Elections Office to vote. I went in the middle of the day when most people were working with the hopes... [Read More]
Today just so happens to be my husband Brian's 37th birthday, so I thought I would dedicate this week's column to him. I don't even... [Read More]
It took some hand wringing after receiving the governor's approval to allow bars in Guadalupe County to reopen but, with the help of a team... [Read More]
When I visit my hometown, Seguin, I usually drive down Guadalupe Street and past the house where I grew up. However, there is another street... [Read More]
I was thinking of one of the first stories I shared with readers here when I first started writing this column. It was about Mireya,... [Read More]
The global coronavirus pandemic of 2020 has impacted all of us in one way or another ­— be it socially, politically and most certainly, personally.... [Read More]
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