Fayette County Commissioners Court received the 2013 independent financial audit from Greg Trlicek and Co., P. C., at its meeting in the courthouse on Monday, Aug. 25.
Greg Trlicek presented the court with an unqualified...Read more
Candy coats and chrome trim lined North Main Street on Saturday, Aug. 23 for a car show held here. The event was sponsored by Harvey and Rita Hercik of H&H Auto Supply and Lad and...Read more
Members of Schulenburg Boy Scouts Troop 210 present the flags during a celebration marking the troop’s 100th anniversary at the Civic Center on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Ronnie Herzik, who earned his Eagle Scout badge in...Read more
Schulenburg police arrested one suspect connected to the burglaries at Hrncir Oil Co., Meadows Apartments and the Knights of Columbus Hall.
Police Chief Troy Brenek said SPD arrested Gerrod Lee Butler, 22, of Schulenburg, on...Read more
A grass fire that started south of Interstate 10 on the east end of town threatened several structures and took local firefighters more than five hours to put out on Aug. 21.
The Schulenburg Volunteer Fire Department received the call at 3:36 p.m. last Thursday. According to a report from SVFD, the fire started near the interstate at the end of Humplik Lane.Read more
St. Rose of Lima Catholic School turns 125 years old this year.
To mark the milestone, St. Rose will hold a weekend-long celebration starting on Friday, Aug. 22 with an alumni social. The school will...Read more
Prime Products, Inc. CEO Elgin Kristinik came with a large crowd of supporters to the Schulenburg City Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 18.
Kristinik pleaded with the Council to find a way to lower the...Read more
The owner and CEO of Schulenburg's biggest employer, Prime Products, Inc., said this week that the company is considering moving its operations. Elgin Kristinik cited the City's high electric utility rates as the reason.
Schulenburg City Council authorized emergency repairs to a sewer line under the Highway 77 underpass at the Council meeting Monday night, Aug. 4.
The repairs will fix a sewer line that engineers think is leaking...Read more
Schulenburg Police Chief Troy Brenek reported two burglaries that took place last week.
The first occurred at Hrncir Oil Company on North Main Street the night of Tuesday, July 29 or early morning hours of...Read more
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