Brooke Runyan, Espi Mendoza, Bri Bernal, Abigail Whitaker, Bri Bowyer, Mari Murillo, Victoria Whitaker, and Colin Rogers along with alternates Jasmine Stricker, Lorena Chavera, and Ismael Vera made the fast trip to the Regional Cross Country Meet down in Corpus Christi this past Monday.
Continue reading “Runyan advances to State cross country meet”
The girls defeated Crystal City last Tuesday and won in three games; 25-14, 25-9, and 25-10.
Continue reading “Varsity Arabians clinch back-to-back District titles”
The Warhorse confidence level is rising quickly now that they are back to competing against teams that are similar in enrollment to that of their own Devine High School. Continue reading “Warhorses trounce Wildcats 38-7”
Incumbent Natalia ISD School Board members Paul Almendarez and Tiffany Rodriguez are facing a challenge for a spot on the board by fellow candidate Frank Garza.
Continue reading “Early voting underway in Natalia ISD School Board election”
“We are excited to be back in the Area Marching Competition. Continue reading “Mustang Band competing in Area this Saturday”
Devine ISD held a Special Meeting this past October 19. The board was in closed session for 2 hours, and upon convening and they made the following motion:
The momentum of five straight wins to start the season wasn’t enough to sustain the Natalia Mustangs last Friday, Oct. 13, as they fell to the Poth Pirates 20-10 in the District opener.
Continue reading “Mustangs miss opportunities in loss to Poth”
The following is a press release from the Medina County Sheriff’s Office:
In September of this year, Medina County Sheriff’s Office received information regarding students’ at the Devine High School, possessing, using, and passing methamphetamines. Continue reading “Four suspects at Devine High School face pre-trial diversion for meth use”
1:16 PM – Complainant at SWT Farm and Ranch reported a male subject was causing a disturbance. Continue reading “Devine Police Report Oct. 6-11”