Seguin Gazette

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Seguin Gazette
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Southern Newspapers
Publisher Elizabeth Bark Englehardt
Editor Chris Lykins
Founded 1888
Headquarters 1012 Schriewer Rd.,
Seguin, Texas, 78155, United States
Circulation 4,802

The Seguin Gazette is a newspaper based in Seguin, Texas, covering the Guadalupe County area of Central Texas. It publishes five days a week (excluding Monday and Saturday). It is owned by Southern Newspapers Inc.

The Seguin Enterprise began publication in 1888[1] and the Guadalupe Gazette-Bulletin traces its origins to 1890. The Gazette-Bulletin changed its name to the Seguin Gazette in 1952. [2] In 1979, publisher John C. Taylor of the Gazette and Enterprise publisher Otha L. Grisham agreed to a merger, but in effect, Taylor and the Gazette soon took over the operations and Grisham retired. The new combined daily newspaper was called Seguin Gazette-Enterprise.

Southern Newspapers bought the paper in 1984. In 1999, it moved from afternoon to morning publication. The newspaper changed its name to the Seguin Gazette in 2011.[2]


  1. ^ E. John Gesick, Jr. "Under the Live Oak Tree: A History of Seguin". Retrieved June 17, 2013. |section= ignored (help)
  2. ^ a b Chris Lykins (June 5, 2011). "Welcome to the Seguin Gazette". Retrieved June 17, 2013.