Election Day is March 6.
There are several locally contested races in the Medina County Republican Primary Election including:
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On 02/01/2018, after a couple weeks of a counterfeit currency investigation, the Medina County Sheriff’s Office Continue reading “Six arrested in counterfeit manufacturing raid”
The Devine City Council voted to take Fred Morales up on his offer to take back the pool.
The Devine City Council voted 4-0 to follow the Parks Board’s split recommendation to accept Fred Morales’s offer to return the pool to the City in a meeting last Tuesday, Jan. 30.
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A J&B Produce warehouse caught fire on Sunday and took 26 hours to extinguish entirely. Photo courtesy Stephanie Earls.
It was possibly the biggest fire Moore Volunteer Fire Department has ever seen in their district…
Continue reading “Firefighters from nine departments battle blaze through the night”
Back row 4: Brady Harrell, Caimee Fowler, Lorena Chavera, Ismael Vera. Back row 3: Kaesyn Mann, Amanda Byrd, Abby Kohlleppel, Emily Kohlleppel. Row 2: Emily Cardenas, Rosa Gonzales, Cassie Wood, Amanda Richardson. Row 1: Charlize Benavidez, Rebecca Fowler, Amy Bailey.
Fifteen members of Devine High School FCCLA participated in Region V competition, and all 15 advanced to State, which will be held in April.
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Devine and Hondo will once again be facing off as District foes for at least the next two seasons.
Continue reading “UIL realignment brings Hondo back for 2018-20 District competition”
The community is invited to Jeff Yalden’s session on Feb. 6
Jeff Yalden, highly regarded as North America’s top Teen Mental Health speaker, will be meeting with teachers and students at Devine High School on Tuesday, February 6th.
Continue reading “DHS hosting teen mental health speaker Jeff Yalden Feb. 6”
Hondo resident Rhandee Lewis was killed in a car accident on her way to work in Devine.
Another tragedy has struck on the roadways claiming the life of a 25 year-old woman, Rhandee Lewis of Hondo.
Continue reading “Head-on collision on Hwy. 173 proves deadly”
Natalia’s Chad Graves has accepted a position with Palacios ISD.
After serving Natalia ISD and the Athletic Department for six seasons as the Athletic Director and Head Football Coach, Chad Graves has turned in his letter of resignation after accepting a job this past Friday night for the same position at Palacios ISD (3A-Div.I).
Continue reading “Natalia AD Chad Graves headed to Palacios ISD”
Tannerite explosions have been rocking the county.
Medina County Sheriff Randy Brown says they have received numerous complaints from residents rattled by people using Tannerite or similar products irresponsibly.
Continue reading “Explosions rattling residents countywide”