A second coronavirus (COVID-19) case in Fayette County was confirmed by state health officials last week. According to the Fayette County website under “Fayette County Judge’s Office Coronavirus Updates” dated Saturday, March 28, the patient is self-isolating at home. On Tuesday afternoon, March…
The Fayette County website posted the following statement late Tuesday afternoon, March 31:  "Fayette County Office of Emergency Management was made aware of the third confirmed case of the coronavirus COVID-19 in our county. "The patient is believed to have acquired the virus via community…
Schulenburg ISD’s new athletic director/head football coach will be coming from Granger after two straight years reaching the regional finals. Walter Brock was unanimously approved for a two-year contract by the Board of Trustees at its meeting on Monday, March 30 following an executive session.…
The Schulenburg Public Library would like to remind its patrons about the availability of e-books while the library is closed due to the coronavirus. Students who need books to read for homework assignments or for reading pleasure can go to the Schulenburg Public Library website: www.…
The Fayette County Commissioners Court chose not to terminate the contract with Ambulance Medical Billing (AMB) by voting to take no action on the agenda item at its meeting on Thursday, March 26. EMS Administrative Assistant Judy Blaha told the Court that she didn’t believe the numbers provided…
FAYETTE COUNTY RECYCLING stopped all recycling practices Friday morning, March 27 after new information that was provided by the National Institutes of Health. All Fayette County sites will be open regular hours to receive bagged trash only. According to Precinct 4 Commissioner Tom Muras, who…
The Schulenburg City Council joined other governmental entities in extending a disaster declaration and adjusted its upcoming schedule at a special meeting Monday, March 30. The Executive Order of Gov. Greg Abbott, issued on March 18, encouraged cities to postpone their May municipal elections,…
The Schulenburg Area Food Pantry, located at 304 East Ave., is remaining open, but is following new rules to dispense food to clients. Clients are asked to remain in their vehicles, information will be obtained, and pantry volunteers will deliver their food to them. The pantry asks that anyone who…
A 911 call reporting a structure fire on West Main Street in Ellinger was received by the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, March 25 around 10:52 a.m., according to Sheriff Keith Korenek. The Ellinger Volunteer Fire Department was notified and responded to the scene along with Sgt.…
A 911 call reporting a structure fire on Anchor Ranch Loop in the Cistern area was received by the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office on Thursday, March 26 around 1:14 p.m., according to Fayette County Sheriff Keith Korenek. The Muldoon Volunteer Fire Department was notified and responded to the…
Hope this note finds you well, healthy, blessed and being a blessing to others as our nation’s war against the coronavirus continues. I pray first and foremost for a great spiritual awakening of love for God taking place across our country as well as a renewed and vigorous patriotism for our…
Schulenburg ISD’s new athletic director/head football coach will be coming from Granger after two…
FAYETTE COUNTY RECYCLING stopped all recycling practices Friday morning, March 27 after new…
The Schulenburg City Council joined other governmental entities in extending a disaster declaration…
A second coronavirus (COVID-19) case in Fayette County was confirmed by state health officials last week. According to the Fayette County website under “Fayette County Judge’s Office Coronavirus Updates” dated Saturday, March 28, the patient is self-isolating at home. On Tuesday afternoon, March 31, the county judge’s office issued the following statement: "As with all confirmed cases, investigations were conducted as to where the patient traveled and who the patient was in contact with. These investigations are performed by regional and by…
The Fayette County website posted the following statement late Tuesday afternoon, March 31:  "Fayette County Office of Emergency Management was made aware of…
April is traditionally the busiest month for Turtle Wing Foundation because it is Autism Awareness Month. To kick off the observance, a proclamation has been…
The Fayette County Commissioners Court chose not to terminate the contract with Ambulance Medical Billing (AMB) by voting to take no action on the agenda item…
The University Interscholastic League is extending its suspension of all UIL-sanctioned activities due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in Texas. All contests,…
Lady Horn senior Brynlee Hollas, shown pushing the ball upcourt in a playoff game from this past season, was among 20 players statewide selected to the Texas…
Having to wait for the majority of their starting lineup to finish basketball, the Lady Horns got off to a late start on the diamond last week. Now, after a 1…
St. Rose of Lima Catholic School students participated in the Sacred Heart track and field meet held in Hallettsville on Thursday, Feb. 27. The meet included…
Due to COVID-19 and the importance of social distancing, the Schulenburg/Weimar area Parents As Teachers (PAT) program has gone to virtual home visits with all…
REMINDER ABOUT MEAL DISTRIBUTION With school closures due to COVID-19, Schulenburg ISD initiated a distance learning program for students beginning on March…