If you look at the snapshot of 57 calls for service and 30 citations issued it doesn’t seem like that bad of a week but we are in the midst of a crime spree of sorts. Continue reading “Tire slashing spree”
Well, folks, you can surely tell that summer is here, can’t you? Continue reading “About the Caracara”
We are so excited at the library to announce all the kids who won medals in this summer’s reading challenge. Continue reading “Driscoll Public Library 2017 Reading Champions”
With possibly the best season ever, the 2017-2018 Devine Area Artists’ Series lineup offers concert goers excellent, well known musicians with a variety of musical genres!
Continue reading “DAAS announces 2017-2018 concert schedule”
The Board and other members of county-wide non-profit economic development group Go Medina County met in the George S. Woods Community Center for their bi-monthly meeting on Thursday, July 13, approving additional funds for online marketing and scheduling workforce forums in Devine and Hondo on August 15.
Continue reading “Go Medina County schedules workforce forums, approves online marketing budget”
The Natalia City Council granted a 15-foot easement to West Texas Gas (WTG) and discussed the City’s contract with the Natalia Little League (NLL) at the Regular meeting held July 17.
Continue reading “Natalia City Council grants easement, discusses Natalia Little League contract”
BROWNWOOD – Nine Howard Payne University students traveled to Slovakia at the beginning of the summer for a short-term mission immersion experience. Continue reading “Natalia grad Emley part of HPU mission trip in Slovakia”
Members of the Devine Athletic Middle School staff have announced plans on dates and times to release clothes to those involved in athletics for the 2017-2018 season.
Continue reading “DMS athletics workout clothes pickup August 24”
The short but intense debate over whether to seek a grant from Texas Parks & Wildlife (TPW) to add a splash pad and other amenities to Briscoe Park was put to rest on July 24 when the Devine City Council voted 4-1 to move ahead in its pursuit.
Continue reading “Devine aims for park upgrades”
A lawsuit was filed on Friday, July 21, 2017 by the County to have Lisa Wernette removed from her County Clerk’s position.
Continue reading “County files lawsuit to remove Clerk, opposes bill raising property taxes”