Few teams have reached 50 points against the Lady Horns this season but their pressure defense wasn’t able to force Normangee into very many turnovers in a 64-53 area playoff loss Monday night in Rockdale. Schulenburg, which finished its season with a 20-4 record, played from behind and couldn’t…
With storage tanks emptied, wastewater equipment failures, and customers’ pipes cracking, water was a major issue for the City of Schulenburg during last week’s sub-freezing weather. The unprecedented winter storm affected electric and garbage service as well, in the midst of rolling blackouts…
The first part of the well-known motto “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds” certainly applied last week. The Schulenburg Post Office remained open for service every day. Ice, sleet, snow, electrical outages and…
With the water shortage last week, two local entities utilized their resources to provide the precious commodity to those most in need. At the request of Fayette County Emergency Management Chief Craig Moreau, the Schulenburg Volunteer Fire Department sent one of its trucks to Monument Hill…
Crews from Fayette Electric Cooperative were finally seeing “the light at the end of the tunnel” on Friday when the sun came out and the temperatures began rising above the freezing mark. The brutal weather caused weather related power outages for members of Fayette Electric prompting FEC’s line…
The City of Schulenburg and Schulenburg ISD will not have to conduct elections on May 1 since all the candidates who filed for open positions are unopposed. With the filing period ending on Friday, Feb. 12 for both elections, the following had submitted their candidacy: • City Alderman, Place 1…
Bryce Wilson drives past a Bulldog to score in the fourth quarter, helping the Shorthorns edge Thorndale 51-47 in Monday night’s bi-district game in Brenham. Schulenburg advanced to the second round against Deweyville with the game scheduled for Thursday at 7 p.m. in Crosby. For more, see SPORTS.…
John C. Landa Jr., the “Schulenbirder,” submits the following two photos. LEFT PHOTO – Landa says, “This Barred Owl was in my back yard in Houston. There’s one just like it that I see at the low water crossing on Baumgarten just south of Wolters … hoping to get a good photo of that one soon.”…
The regional vaccination SubHUB, located in Washington County, announced last week the adoption of a new registration system through the SafeRestart Vaccine Platform. A small test group was used to ensure the efficiency of the new platform. The pre-registration system is now open to any Texas…
American Legion McBride Post 143 held its monthly meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 2. The Auxiliary did not hold a meeting due to the absence of a quorum of members. Because of COVID restrictions, required precautions were taken. Commander Bob Heinrich called the meeting to order with 29 Legion members…
The Navidad Valley Community Connections center was closed last week due to the freezing temperatures, icy road conditions and the snow. NVCC staff routinely calls members to check on them, inform them of what’s going on at the Center and invite them to come in. “This is where we share what’s…
With storage tanks emptied, wastewater equipment failures, and customers’ pipes cracking, water was…
With the water shortage last week, two local entities utilized their resources to provide the…
Crews from Fayette Electric Cooperative were finally seeing “the light at the end of the tunnel” on…
Few teams have reached 50 points against the Lady Horns this season but their pressure defense wasn’t able to force Normangee into very many turnovers in a 64-53 area playoff loss Monday night in Rockdale. Schulenburg, which finished its season with a 20-4 record, played from behind and couldn’t over come an 11-point halftime deficit even with a 34-point second half. The Lady Panthers, who placed third in District 26, led 43-35 through three quarters before the Lady Horns started the final period on an 11-6 run. Up 49-46 in the fourth quarter…
Bryce Wilson drives past a Bulldog to score in the fourth quarter, helping the Shorthorns edge Thorndale 51-47 in Monday night’s bi-district game in Brenham.…
The City of Schulenburg and Schulenburg ISD will not have to conduct elections on May 1 since all the candidates who filed for open positions are unopposed.…
The first part of the well-known motto “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed…
Typical of a Schulenburg-Thorndale playoff matchup, Monday night’s bi-district game in Brenham went back and forth with plenty of physical play. Unlike the…
GIRLS’ BI-DISTRICT (Feb. 11-13) In 1A Region IV • Byes – Moulton, Fayetteville 2A Region IV • Schulenburg 56, Thrall 28 • Normangee 55, Evadale 54 •…
SOFTBALL • Feb. 25-27 – Burton Tournament (varsity). • March 2 – at Shiner* (JV-5:00 / V-7:00). • March 4-6 – Lady Horn Tournament. • March 9 – at…
The Blinn College District invites current and prospective students to apply for approximately $400,000 in endowed scholarships available for the 2021-22…
Schulenburg Elementary School will host a Scholastic Book Fair from Monday, March 1 through Friday, March 5. Students may visit the fair, with teacher…
MENU Breakfast Daily – Fat-free chocolate or 1% white milk. •Thursday, Feb. 25 – Breakfast pizza, grapes. •Friday, Feb. 26 – Pancake on a stick, apple…