Untold History: The Haunted Magnolia Hotel - Part 2
In the latest installment of KSAT’s <a href="https://www.ksat.com/topic/History_Untold/" target="_blank">Untold History</a>, we explore an underground shelter at <a href="https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2021/10/30/history-untold-the-haunted-magnolia-hotel/" target="_blank">The Haunted Magnolia Hotel</a> in Seguin, Texas.
Defense lifts Reagan past Madison in 28-6A; Highlands QB Gutierrez throws 6 TDs in win over Burbank; Jourdanton hands Marion first loss
Week 6 of the high school football season featured a defensive battle between Reagan and Madison, an offensive shootout between Highlands and Burbank, and upsets like Edison defeating Lanier.
Somerset stuns Southside in Battle of 1604; Steele’s defense shuts down Reagan; Holmes, McCollum, Kennedy still undefeated
The Somerset Bulldogs are just one of several area teams piecing together impressive starts to the 2021 high school football season, alongside the likes of Steele, Holmes and Kennedy.
Annual Peanut Butter Bowl expands to 10 games, 20 high school football teams in 2021
The annual Peanut Butter Bowl, held in every high school football season since 2016 as a food drive to collect peanut butter and combat chronic hunger, has expanded to 10 games and 20 different teams this season including a pair of Austin schools.
Seguin police recover thousands in merchandise stolen from storage units
SEGUIN, Texas – Seguin police are asking Guadalupe County residents to check on their storage units after thousands of dollars’ worth of stolen property was recovered. “We had criminals in surrounding areas where they scope out various storage units in the city and county,” said Rusty Suarez, assistant chief of Seguin police. They check if the units are locked or not.”Suarez said Seguin police are investigating several thefts that have taken place at storage facilities along 123 Bypass and Highway 46. AdThe department is asking anyone with any missing property from their units to check with the Seguin Police Department. “Ask about security cameras, lighting, if the units are enclosed in a fence.
Seguin family picking up the pieces after losing everything in fire
SEGUIN – A family who managed to escape as flames consumed their farm home is picking up the pieces and working to move forward after losing everything. She said her 12-year-old son, Jayden, was a hero during the fire and rescued her 9-month old baby, 9-year-old son and the family pet. “It’s kind of crazy because, at 27, my 12-year-old son handled this better than I did, Pettinger said. AdFire crews arrived hauling in water in tanks to put out the flames, Pettinger said. She and her family welcome any donations, which can be dropped off at the Seguin Storage on Kingsbury Street in Seguin during regular business hours.
Tips from the Pit: Pink Butcher Paper
SEGUIN – Get fired up about a pink piece of paper because it will change your grilling game. If you have ever wondered why your barbecue comes wrapped in paper, then this tip from the pit will leave you saying, “well-done.”Adrian Davila owner of Davila’s BBQ and author of “Cowboy Barbecue” shares what the difference between white paper and pink paper is. Pink Butcher Paper has no wax, which allows the barbecue to absorb smoke. Once brisket is wrapped in the pink paper during the smoking process the meat will retain the moisture inside more effectively. For more information on Davila’s BBQ or to order it, click here.
TLU football has high expectations in COVID-shortened season
SEGUIN – Even with numerous delays and cancellations, the TLU Bulldogs still get to play football this Spring, and they have the same high expectations as they always do under first-year head coach Ricky Matt. The Bulldogs are currently 2-1 and will host McMurry next Saturday in Seguin at 2 p.m. No spectators will be allowed to attend.
How to smoke a turkey leg
SEGUIN – You see one every time Fiesta or Rodeo rolls around in San Antonio - the turkey leg! If you’re fearing missing out on walking around the rodeo grounds with that giant drumstick in hand, there’s no need to worry. Adrian Davila of Davila’s BBQ in Seguin shares his “Tips from the pit”, rodeo edition, and even shows an interesting way to “bake” a potato. Check out the video for all the trimmings and visit their website for more on Davila’s BBQ. (KSAT)The key to a good turkey leg is the brine.
These San Antonio-area stores were the luckiest for Texas Lottery payouts in 2020
SAN ANTONIO – The chance to win the $1.05 billion Mega Millions jackpot has passed, but lottery fans have recently struck gold at several San Antonio-area stores. The data analyzed and visualized by KSAT below includes stores in Bexar, Comal, Kendall, Bandera, Medina, Atascosa, Wilson and Guadalupe counties that sold winning Texas Lottery tickets worth $600 or more last year. Records showed that three $5 million scratch-off tickets were sold in the last eight months. In June 2020 alone, NYS Food Mart at 4927 Rigsby Ave. and Roadster #18 at 8630 W. U.S. Highway 90 each sold scratch-off tickets worth that amount. It appears the NYS Food Mart is among the luckier stores in San Antonio, too: the store sold 17 winning scratch-off tickets total last year.
Suspicious death in Seguin ruled homicide after man found dead in vehicle, police say
SEGUIN, Texas – A suspicious death in Seguin has now been ruled a homicide after police found a 43-year-old man dead in his vehicle last week. Upon further investigation, officials said he was killed in the backseat of his vehicle, where he often slept. Community mourns loss of man found dead in his vehicle last week in Seguin. (KSAT)Callers will stay anonymous by calling the Guadalupe County Crime Stoppers at 877-403-8477 or the Seguin Police Department at (830) 379-2123. RELATED: Man, 43, found dead in car in apartment complex parking lot, Seguin police say
Man, 43, found dead in car in apartment complex parking lot, Seguin police say
SEGUIN, Texas – An investigation is underway after a 43-year-old man was found dead in his vehicle in the parking lot of his apartment complex, according to Seguin Police Department. The incident happened around 3:40 p.m., Saturday in the 800 block of W. Kingsbury at the Stagecoach Apartments. The man has since been identified as Sam Flores Wallace Jr, according to officials. Justice of the Peace Sheryl Sachtleben pronounced Wallace Jr. dead at the scene and ordered an autopsy due to the suspicious nature of the death, police said. RELATED: Medical Examiner identifies man found dead on Loop 410 access road on Northwest Side
Seguin couple displaced, several pets killed in RV park fire, firefighters say
SEGUIN, TEXAS – Susan Pargeter has lived at the Young Creek RV Park for several years. The neighborhood is located in the 4800 block of FM 467 in Seguin. Pargeter described it as a place where neighbors look out for one another, but she never imagined she would be without a home. Other fire crews from Seguin and Wilson County assisted in the response and they were able to extinguish the flames fairly quickly. Both of the travel trailers are considered a total loss, according to fire officials, and damages are estimated to be over $20,000.