Get Ready South Texas with hurricane emergency kit
Residents please do your best to put together a
hurricane emergency kit that includes: flashlight, batteries, cash, first-aid kit, shoes, non-perishable food, can opener, gallons of water, special needs for babies, elderly and pets, any important prescription medications and a battery powered radio for any emergency updates. Continue reading “Local city issues warning, says get ready for storm”
Gasoline prices are poised to rise across wide portions of the United States as Hurricane Harvey shuts down refineries in the nation’s largest refining hub in Texas. Continue reading “Harvey pushes gas prices up”
Photo by Medina Electric Coop. Read below for info about how you can report your outages.
Click here for outage map: https://ebill.medinaec.org/woViewer/mapviewer.html?config=Outage+Web+Map Medina Electric: PREPARING FOR HARVEY
Preparations are well underway for the impending landfall of Tropical Storm Harvey on the Texas coast. At this time, it appears that the storm will impact much of Medina EC’s service territory. Crews have been mobilized and plans are in place for storm response.
Continue reading “Medina Electric -Outage Map links”
The Mustangs are hosting the Cole Cougars for a scrimmage on August 24. JV starts at 6:00 pm, with Varsity following at 7:00 pm. Photo by K.K. Calame.
The Natalia Mustangs will be hosting a home scrimmage this Thursday, August 24 with games at 6:00 p.m. for Junior Varsity and 7:00 p.m. for Varsity, both against SA Cole.
Continue reading “Mustangs hosting Cougars in scrimmage Thursday”
Hustling to make the play are 13 Biviana Figueroa, 5 Bryanna Perez, 3 Julianna Morales, 10 Tori Wootan, and 8 Shaunna Masters. Photo by Sonia Villarreal.
The Natalia Lady Mustangs played Castle Hills on press night at Castle Hills in San Antonio.
Continue reading “Lady Mustangs hosted Castle Hills August 22”
A young couple tragically lost their lives in a horrific accident on Hwy 16 on the edge of Medina County last Tuesday afternoon, August 22 at 12:20 p.m. Tamera Alyssa Currier , 19, and Kristian Kononchuk, 22, were both killed in a head-on collision sadly, leaving behind many loved ones who say the couple were both extremely generous, caring, and loving, with a passion for helping others. The couple was soon-to-be engaged, according to Tammy’s sister Catty.
Tammy and Kris were soon to be engaged her sister told us.
Continue reading “Young couple killed in horrific head-on collision in Medina County”
The National Weather Service issued the following information and warnings regarding the tropical storm brewing.
Continue reading “Hurricane Harvey Update 8/25/17”
Michael Riou on the bike during a recent race.
Michael Riou, Medina Valley 1976 graduate, has five children who all graduated from Devine.
Continue reading “Michael Riou”
Lytle was not a place of excitement this past week.
Continue reading “Tall boy thief”