Medina County Sheriff Randy Brown states: “I want to start off by saying, I think that the schools do a tremendous job, but in any large group of people, you’re going to have a few who use drugs. Continue reading “Drugs and our schoolkids”
The sheriff’s office made two more drug arrests Thursday, September 28 around 2 pm in the afternoon. Continue reading “Two arrested on meth charges”
Medina County sheriff’s deputies busted a big theft ring in the county this week. Continue reading “Sheriff’s office busts up major theft ring”
This accident happened last Friday evening as a minor was traveling to Devine for the big football game.
Continue reading “Accident on Hwy. 173 before Devine/Hondo game”
Inquiries about the possibility of several Devine students being suspended from school cannot be confirmed nor denied due to district policy.
Continue reading “Suspensions and Devine ISD policy”
The Medina County Sheriff’s Department arrested an 18-year-old male from Natalia this Monday, September 25. Continue reading “18-year-old male arrested in this Monday is suspected of being a main supplier to students in local schools”
It has come down to this. One of these two storied programs will walk out of Warhorse Stadium Friday night with their first victory of the 2017 season. Continue reading “Warhorses face off against Hondo in final non-District game”
The Natalia Mustangs continued their winning ways last Friday night, thumping the Cotulla Cowboys 45-14 to improve to 4-0 on the season.
Continue reading “Mustangs buck Cowboys 45-14”
The Devine City Council voted to formally join nonprofit economic development group Go Medina County last Tuesday, Sept. 19, to the tune of $4,350 taken from the lodging tax fund, a decision that left less money for the Devine Chamber of Commerce.
Continue reading “Devine City Council joins Go Medina County, disburses money to Chamber”