Eleven years of starting experience graduated from Schulenburg High’s volleyball team last year that went 34-12 and reached the Class 3A Region IV semifinals. Beyond their time on the court, four-year starting hitter Brynlee Hollas and three-year starting setter Erin Treybig were a sizeable duo.…
Hay and The Old Historic Oak By Rox Ann Johnson The Historic Oak, the old tree located at the corner of Colorado and Washington streets in La Grange, also known as the Muster Oak, has suffered some indignities through the years, including being scarred by lightning in the 1840s.  Surrounding the…
The Friends of Kreische Brewery & Monument Hill State Historic Sites in La Grange kicked off their August membership drive earlier this month. The Friends board of directors, in cooperation with Sites staff, recently adopted a new membership structure and benefits.  Friend members receive free…
Local weather observer Elroy Dieringer reported four rainfall recordings during July totaling 2.42 inches. His measurements last month were: • July 24.................. 0.26”; • July 25.................. 1.43”; • July 26.................. 0.23”; • July 29.................. 0.50”. Since 1926,…
Drug interdiction investigators continue to get “waste” off Interstate 10 in Fayette County, Sheriff Keith Korenek said in a press release last week. He was referring to a marijuana bust made during a traffic stop on a septic cleaning truck on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Sheriff Korenek reported that around…
The Sticker garnered a trio of awards in the 2020 South Texas Press Association Better Newspaper Contest. Winners in three divisions and 18 categories were announced during the STPA’s “virtual” convention on Friday, Aug. 7. Entries were from 2019. Competing in the small weekly division (…
The Fayette County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Unit, with the assistance of deputies and the Schulenburg Police Department, executed a search warrant at a local residence on Friday, Aug. 7 that led to one arrest. According to a press release, 37-year-old Eric Mays of Schulenburg was charged…
For the second straight week, Fayette County’s confirmed active cases of COVID-19 decreased while recoveries continued to rise significantly. According to the coronavirus tracker on the County’s website, those cases went from 75 to 27 from Aug. 4 to Aug. 11. Probable cases – those known to have…
Sheriff Keith Korenek reports on Aug. 5 around 10:15 p.m., the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call reporting a white vehicle traveling east on Highway 71 in the westbound lane. Deputies Jared Michalec and Joe Gonzales along with La Grange police officers located the 2014 white…
The 2020 Schulenburg Knights of Columbus Council 2902 Scholarship Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, Aug. 8 at Weimar Golf Course. A total of 96 golfers on 24 teams competed in the four-person scramble. Ties were broken by scorecard playoff from the hardest handicap hole. The event is…
Today we’re going to look at the fifth commandment and how it can build our lives, families and nation and make us stronger. Why did God give us this commandment? One, because there are no perfect parents. All of us have weaknesses and faults. Only God is the perfect parent. Even the best parents…
Drug interdiction investigators continue to get “waste” off Interstate 10 in Fayette County,…
The Fayette County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Unit, with the assistance of deputies and the…
For the second straight week, Fayette County’s confirmed active cases of COVID-19 decreased while…
Eleven years of starting experience graduated from Schulenburg High’s volleyball team last year that went 34-12 and reached the Class 3A Region IV semifinals. Beyond their time on the court, four-year starting hitter Brynlee Hollas and three-year starting setter Erin Treybig were a sizeable duo. Add lengthy middle blocker Madison Landeche and solid hitter Elizabeth Seyl, both two-year starters, to the departed from 2019. That leaves head coach Donald Zapalac with some substantial retooling to do if the Lady Horns are going to reload for…
The Texas Health & Human Services Commission (HHSC) on Thursday, Aug. 6 announced limited visitation rules for nursing facilities and long-term care…
Sheriff Keith Korenek reports on Aug. 5 around 10:15 p.m., the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call reporting a white vehicle traveling east on…
The Sticker garnered a trio of awards in the 2020 South Texas Press Association Better Newspaper Contest. Winners in three divisions and 18 categories were…
The 2020 Schulenburg Knights of Columbus Council 2902 Scholarship Golf Tournament was held on Saturday, Aug. 8 at Weimar Golf Course. A total of 96 golfers on…
VARSITY CLAIRE ANTOSH 5’7” junior • middle blocker MADISON BROOKS 5’10” junior • middle blocker JORDAN SOMMER 5’7” junior • outside hitter TAMARA OTTO…
With more Texans heading to the water to recreate and physical distance naturally, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has seen an uptick in fishing…
CAFETERIA MENU •Wednesday, Aug. 12 – Noon dismissal, no lunch served. •Thursday, Aug. 13 – Hamburgers with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions, ranch…
Two Schulenburg students took home awards at the 2020 TCFA Junior Fed Beef Challenge held on Friday, July 24 at West Texas A&M University in Canyon. Grant…
The St. Rose School family gathered in spirit and faith with excitement and masks on Monday, Aug. 10 for the annual orientation. It looked different this year…