Neel addresses concerns over Devine’s drinking water

Dr. Richard Neel, standing, answered residents’ questions about an asbestos spike in Devine’s water supply at the City Council meeting June 20.

Dr. Richard Neel expressed confidence in the quality of the City of Devine’s drinking water at the Regular City Council meeting last Tuesday, June 20.
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Man trapped by guard rail stuck through window

Volunteer fireman Roy Reyes and Bryan Graham work hard to cut through a tough guard rail at a wreck that occurred near Biry.

A young man in his twenties is alive miraculously after surviving a wreck in which a guard rail pierced through the driver’s side window of his truck and across the entire cab, pinning him in, according to volunteers on scene. Continue reading “Man trapped by guard rail stuck through window”

Norman Terrill recognized with Pillar Award

Norman Terrill, Plant Operations Director for Medina Healthcare Systems, was recently honored with the Pillar Award.

Norman Terrill, Plant Operations Director at Medina Healthcare System was recently recognized at the Methodist Center for Leadership Excellence (MCLE) meeting for his outstanding achievement in Pillar Results. Continue reading “Norman Terrill recognized with Pillar Award”

Devine FFA AgClays teams place at Texas Parks & Wildlife State Tournament

3rd place Male Trap Team (left to right): Reagan Brown, Connor Schmidt, Payton Prestenbach, and Colton Bean.
Devine FFA AgClays team members are (back row, left to right): Ethan Lamb, Cody Brewer, Connor Schmidt, Payton Prestenbach, Truett Barron, John Esquibel, and Jerrod Taylor. Front row, left to right: Kyler Brown, Colton Bean, Alexis Shook, Elliott Moss, Sarah Patteson, and Brittany Jay. Not pictured: Reagan Brown and Josh Long.

The Devine FFA AgClays teams recently represented Devine High School at the 2017 Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept. Continue reading “Devine FFA AgClays teams place at Texas Parks & Wildlife State Tournament”

Medina Electric grants almost $12k through Community Empowerment Program

Medina Electric Co-op recently donated $2,125 to the Devine Food Pantry.

Hondo, Texas  – Medina EC’s Community Empowerment Grant Program was designed to award grants for capital projects that support the health and development of a community and improve the quality and/or quantity of services provided. Continue reading “Medina Electric grants almost $12k through Community Empowerment Program”