The biggest activity this week was found at the gas stations. Continue reading “58 service calls”
I found 3 snakes in my yard over 2 days last week. Sure, two of them looked like the harmless kind, it’s still three too many to me!
Continue reading “Where she goes, kitty goes”
The Sadler family, a familiar name in the Devine area, is one associated largely with farming and ranching, teaching, law enforcement, and, yes, football! Continue reading “The Sadler family”
Been an interesting weekend; three tenths of an inch of rain here and 32 inches at last count in Baytown, just on the east side of Houston (with more on the way). Continue reading “Tax rate remains the same”
We spent the end of last week preparing for Hurricane Harvey. Continue reading “Light crime week”
On the final day of summer, before school started, my daughter begged me into playing dolls with her.
Continue reading “The Backpack Relays”
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”
Have you been noticing nectarines in the produce section of the grocery store? Continue reading “Try some nectarines”
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”