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Streets ceded for land sale

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Streets that were platted in the Wolters Subdivision over 60 years ago were officially abandoned by the City of Schulenburg after action by the City Council at its regular meeting Monday, March 16.

Public Library receives $10,000 endowment from Meyer family

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In order to provide a permanent source of enrichment at the Schulenburg Public Library, the Rene Elenga Meyer Endowed Fund of $10,000 was gifted to the Schulenburg Public Library Foundation, Inc. by Rene’s family Donna Hartman, Bobbie Bayer, Herbert Pauler, and Chuck Meyer. On hand for the presentation last Wednesday, March 11 were: (from left) Hartman, Friends of the Library Vice President Joyce Kobza, Friends Secretary Kristy Clark, Friends Treasurer Rose Ford, Meyer, Library Administrator Thadious Polasek, Friends President Diana Mikesky, Librarian Donna Holub, Bayer, and Librarian Cindy Lytle.

Lady Horns rack up post-season honors

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BRYNLEE HOLLAS

• Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 3A All-State Team

• Texas Association of Basketball Coaches 3A All-Region IV Team

Local schools, events affected by coronavirus

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Schulenburg ISD and St. Rose of Lima Catholic School remained closed this week after their spring break and some local events have been postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.

CLASS 3A STATE SEMIFINALISTS

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2019-20 LADY HORNS WITH THE STATE SEMIFINALIST TROPHY – (front, from left) Lidia Lara, manager Ana Avila, manager Lily Toro, assistant coach Carol Hargadine; (back, from left) head

March yard of the month announced

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The Schulenburg Garden Club has awarded yard of the month for March to Tommy and Erin Brown at 201 Anderson. Their yard is extremely neat with beautiful flower beds filled with blooming roses and blooming bougainvillea. It’s obvious that they spend time making their home a place of beauty for all to enjoy.

Incumbent Sheriff Korenek gets 89 percent of votes in Primary

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The Primary Election in Fayette County on Tuesday, March 3 included one county-wide contested race, between incumbent SheriffKeith Korenek and challenger Flatonia Police Officer Cody George, on the Republican ballot.