Black Creek got an even 4 inches of rain on the 7th of August and by now, it has soaked in and the grass is back to needing water. Continue reading “Burn ban still in effect”
Today, we’re going to talk a little bit about vinegar. Continue reading “Vinegar pie? You’ve gotta be kidding!”
Well we are rocking along and fortunately we didn’t have much criminal activity to report this past week, the call volume was decent with 53 and we only filed 28 Class C citations with the municipal court. Continue reading “Forged checks at HEB”
My daughter found a little rabbit hopping around just outside our yard the other day, and it was definitely the highlight of her week.
Continue reading “Bugs”
Joseph (Joey) Puente, son of Eddie and Cindy Puente (currently of Raymondville, TX), moved to Devine eight years ago, and this is where their two sons, Gus and Jake, ages 7 and 13, attend school and are both involved in sports. Continue reading “Joseph Andrew Puente”
School is about to begin after what seems a really short summer break, so you need to remember the rules of driving in school zones. Continue reading “School Daze!”
Hello from Lytle, we started the week out with a nice heavy rain. Continue reading “Property crimes related to vehicles”
By Will Hurd, Opinion contributor
AUGUST 7, 2017- We have driverless vehicles, we can use facial recognition software as payment for goods, and outer space is the next hot commercial travel destination. Yet we continue to debate the efficacy of a third century solution to secure our nation’s southern border.
No rain to speak of yet although Comm. Lynch got 6 tenths of an inch the other day near D’Hanis. Continue reading “County clerk resigns”
Willie Joe Allen, along with his seven siblings, was born February 22, 1943, at his home in the Black Creek Community of Medina County to Jim Ellison Allen and Elsie Lula (DuBose) Allen. Continue reading “Willie J. Allen”