It is with great hope that we present this to the good people of the surrounding area in hopes that we can raise funds for the family of Brenda Burford. Continue reading “Family and friends fundraising for Brenda Burford”
Mary Jane Balderrama invites anyone who has one hour to give for her son’s annual Adopt A Highway pickup. June 10 at 8 am.
Continue reading “Adopt-A-Highway pick up in remembrance of Adrian Camarillo June 10”
There will be a Bigfoot community meeting on Tuesday, June 13 at 7:00 pm at the Bigfoot Community Center.
Continue reading “Bigfoot community meeting June 13”
The Bigfoot Wallace Museum will be having a Bake Sale this coming Saturday, June 10, starting at 9:00 am. Continue reading “Bigfoot Wallace Museum bake sale June 10”
Medina Healthcare System welcomes Dr. Dawn Mayo to Medina County. Continue reading “OB/GYN Dawn Mayo joins Medina Healthcare System”
Medina Healthcare System has earned a 5-star rating in the most recently released data that will soon post on the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Hospital Compare website. Continue reading “Medina Healthcare System earns 5-star rating from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services”
The Good – Paying Off Debt
Continue reading “Devine ISD Board grapples with budget deficit”
Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, Natalia High School students Samantha Sanchez and Priscilla Seaton will be the first student representatives to the NISD School Board.
Continue reading “Sanchez, Seaton chosen as Natalia ISD Board student representatives”
Initially, Devine ISD wasn’t sure if they would be filling all positions of teachers and staff who had retired or resigned this school year, but Superintendent Scott Sostarich and Finance Director Shannon were happy to announce at the board meeting on June 5 that they will be able to fill those positions.
Continue reading “Devine ISD Board approves raises; 11 teachers retire or resign”
This year, students of the Devine Intermediate School 5thGrade Recorder Choir collaborated with the San Antonio Symphony in a music education program provided by Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute (WMI). Continue reading “5th grade recorder choir students perform at interactive orchestra concert”