Arlan’s Market welcomes new store manager

Arlan’s Market in Schulenburg welcomes a new store manager, Michael Benavides (fourth from left), who replaces Randy Kitchen (fifth from left). Kitchen is relocating to Cameron, which is closer to his home. Some of the Arlan’s employees shown with Benavides and Kitchen on Monday, Oct. 19 are (from left) Jose Vega, Jesus Gomez, Jim Wilson, (third from right) Zack Kubala, (second from right) Shelli Seifert and (right) Vanessa Chittedan.

Early voting continues in General Election

Early voting by personal appearance in the General Election is under way in the Fayette County Elections Office located in the Courthouse, 151 N. Washington, Room 108, La Grange.

Photo ID

In Texas, the seven forms of approved photo ID for voting are: •Texas Driver License issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (it is not required to be REAL ID compliant) •Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS •Texas Personal Identification Card issued by DPS •Texas Handgun License issued by DPS •U.S. Military Identification Card containing the person’s photograph •U.S.

City-wide cleanup slated

The City of Schulenburg has scheduled a city-wide cleanup – open only to customers who live inside the city limits and pay monthly garbage fees – on the following dates: Sat., Nov. 7.............

TDA to award Texas Event Grant funding

Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller has announced that the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) is now accepting applications for the Texas Event Grant, a program that provides funding for public events to promote Texas products and businesses.

State Capital Highlights


State resumes requiring job searches to get benefits

Texans receiving unemployment benefits will need to show an active effort to find a job starting Nov. 1.

Courthouse Report


155th District Court

Adult Felony Cases Filed By Information

Filed Sept. 30

Sheriff's Report


September 2020

Sheriff Keith Korenek reports these activities of Fayette County deputies for September. 

Police Report


Schulenburg Police Chief Troy Brenek reports that officers responded to 77 calls for service and three reportable incidents were investigated during the week of Oct. 10-16.