For the fourth time in the last seven years, the Shorthorns have reached the fourth round of the playoffs but it took a dramatic finish Saturday in Columbus to oust rival Weimar and get to the Region IV-2A semifinals. Kenny King took an inbound pass and slashed to the basket, getting fouled on his…
The Schulenburg Public Library is open to the public on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., effective Wednesday, March 3. However, for the protection of library visitors and staff, certain policies have been implemented. Face masks are required for all patrons entering the…
Local weather observer Elroy Dieringer reported six rainfall recordings during February totaling 1.11 inches along with one day of snowfall adding up to three inches. His measurements last month: • Feb. 5................ 0.05”; • Feb. 11.............. 0.14”; • Feb. 14.............. 0.02”; •…
Official public records of Fayette County are now available to view online. County Clerk Brenda Fietsam, made the announcement during the Commissioners Court meeting held Thursday, Feb. 25. “It dates back to 1838, anything that we have scanned in the system,” Fietsam said. “We have found some…
A packed room wasn’t the only unusual thing about Monday night’s regular meeting of the Schulenburg City Council. Eleven people spoke during “Presentations by Citizens” to make it even more out of the ordinary and then a rare vote was cast by the mayor to break a 2-2 tie. The deadlock came about…
Schulenburg ISD’s football stadium was officially named after the school’s winningest coach with a unanimous vote of the Board of Trustees at its meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 24. Trustee Michael “Dumas” Demel made the motion for “David Husmann Memorial Stadium” with the stipulation that signs…
The Texas Department of Emergency Management is trying to collect information on damages to businesses and homeowners caused by the winter weather event. This is an effort to collect information only and is not a method to seek reimbursement. Completing this form will potentially help Fayette…
John C. Landa Jr., “The Schulenbirder,”submits two photos taken this past weekend. At left is an Eastern Bluebird, in his yard on Steiber Road early Saturday morning, Feb. 27, proving the point that the early bird really does get the worm At right is a Great Blue Heron, feeding in a pond on…
The St. Rose Altar Society held its monthly meeting on Monday Feb. 22 in the meeting room of the Family Life Center. President Ann Florus called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m. and led the prayer and pledge of allegiance. The minutes read by Ann Florus were approved. The treasurer’s report was…
Ken Berger, representing Knights of Columbus Council 2902, presents a donation of $500 to Schulenburg Area Food Pantry’s president Debra Blansitt. All donations are greatly appreciated and assist in keeping the shelves stocked. Along with getting bulk supply from the Central Texas Food Bank, local…
For those wanting to create healthy habits, lower their risk of disease, meet new friends and achieve their 2021 health goals, Fayette County’s eight-week “Walk Across Texas!” program will start on Sunday, March 14. Walking is one of the least expensive and easiest ways to get fit, according to…
A packed room wasn’t the only unusual thing about Monday night’s regular meeting of the Schulenburg…
Schulenburg ISD’s football stadium was officially named after the school’s winningest coach with a…
The Texas Department of Emergency Management is trying to collect information on damages to…
For the fourth time in the last seven years, the Shorthorns have reached the fourth round of the playoffs but it took a dramatic finish Saturday in Columbus to oust rival Weimar and get to the Region IV-2A semifinals. Kenny King took an inbound pass and slashed to the basket, getting fouled on his shot with 9.3 second left. He swished both free throws to put Schulenburg up 42-40. The Wildcats got off a threepoint field goal but it caromed off the rim and, as players collided for the long rebound, the buzzer sounded to end the game. “It wasn’…
Ken Berger, representing Knights of Columbus Council 2902, presents a donation of $500 to Schulenburg Area Food Pantry’s president Debra Blansitt. All…
The St. Rose Altar Society held its monthly meeting on Monday Feb. 22 in the meeting room of the Family Life Center. President Ann Florus called the meeting…
John C. Landa Jr., “The Schulenbirder,”submits two photos taken this past weekend. At left is an Eastern Bluebird, in his yard on Steiber Road early Saturday…
After settling for mostly outside shots in the first half against Deweyville’s zone, the Shorthorns took a different approach over the final two quarters last…
GIRLS’ REGIONAL QUARTERFINALS (Feb. 24-25) 2A Region IV • Normangee 68, Hearne 56 • San Saba 49, Harper 18 • Snook 39, Weimar 16 • Mason 40, Goldthwaite…
SOFTBALL • March 4-6 – Lady Horn Tournament. • March 9 – at Bloomington* (JV-5:00 / V-7:00). • March 12 – at home vs. Weimar* (JV-5:00 / V-7:00). • March…
“Lord, as we enjoyed the Super Bowl football game, we were mindful of those without even a bowl of soup to eat.” St. Rose Catholic School and St. Rose Catholic…
MENU Breakfast Daily – FF chocolate or 1% white milk. •Thursday, March 4 – Pigs-in-ablanket, orange tangerine juice. •Friday, March 5 – Apple frudel,…
The Shorthorns Forever Association has received the following memorial donations: •In memory of Willy Bohlmann – Given by Phyllis Hengst. •In memory of David…