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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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.
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Gary Roberson took this 300 lb. cinnamon-colored black bear on the Navajo Reservation. The new season of Carnivore begins July 1.
This Saturday, July 1, Carnivore kicks off its seventh season on the Pursuit channel.
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The annual celebration in Lytle for the 4th of July will take place this year on the eve of our nation’s birthday.
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Stay home this Independence Day and celebrate America’s birthday with the City of Hondo.
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Keller Park in its heyday in the 1960s.
From 1956 to 1994, families from all over Medina County and parts of South Texas gathered for the St. Joseph Catholic Church’s Fourth of July celebration and fundraiser at Keller Park.
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Mission Devine volunteers included Garrett Stricker, Louisa Garcia, Bernice Verhuy, and Bryce Yanta. Also pictured is homeowner Maria.
Mission Devine started in 2005 and celebrated its 13th year of service to the community.
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Regina Garza and parents Frances and Rene.
Another Natalia Lady Mustang is College Bound and taking her softball career to the next level.
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The pinnacle of success in a school district is built on a strong foundation of staff expertise and professional learning the promotes both 21st century learning environments as well as engaging students in quality instruction.
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The City of Natalia has three positions that will be up for re-election: Mayor and two Aldermen.
Continue reading “City of Natalia election filing dates July 24-August 21”