County Commissioners filed suit to remove County Clerk Lisa J. Wernette from office. Wernette was elected in 2007 and is in the midst of her third term.
A lawsuit was filed on Friday, July 21, 2017 by the County to have Lisa Wernette removed from her County Clerk’s position.
Continue reading “County files lawsuit to remove Clerk, opposes bill raising property taxes”
An elderly man surveys damage left from a fire that nearly destroyed his home.
Volunteers from Devine and Natalia VFDs rushed to the aide of an elderly gentleman’s call for help when he learned the grass on the side of the road was on fire and headed through his field and towards his homes.
Continue reading “Firemen save five homes in 30-acre brush fire”
The majority of athletes across the state of Texas will begin two-a-day workouts on Tuesday, August 1st as the 2017-2018 sports season kicks off.
Continue reading “Volleyball and cross country two-a-days start August 1”
Head Football Coach Paul Gomez will commence his first season as the Devine Warhorse lead man when two-a-days opens August 7th at Dean Bates Memorial Practice Field.
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On July 13, 2017, EAST MEDINA COUNTY SPECIAL UTILITY DISTRICT entered into Stage 1 Critical Period Management as per District Policy and in Compliance with the Edward Aquifer Authority Rules.
Continue reading “East Medina Stage 1 Water Restrictions”
Devine Ciavarra Elementary School
Devine Intermediate School
Devine Middle School
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The official agenda for the Special meeting on Monday, July 24.
The addition of a splash pad and other amenities for Briscoe Park will be given a second chance to become reality at a Special meeting of the Devine City Council scheduled for next Monday, July 24 at 6:00 pm.
Continue reading “City park upgrades on the line at Special meeting July 24”
William Cogburn was known for his kind nature and big heart.
The City of Lytle and surrounding communities are in shock at the tragic death of 17-year-old William D. Cogburn, who would have been a junior at Lytle High School this year.
Continue reading “Cogburn loses life in rollover”
The Natalia ISD School Board gave Dr. Freeman Hensley Cone a contract extension through the 2020-2021 school year.
Natalia ISD Superintendent Dr. Freeman Hensley Cone agreed to the terms of a two-year contract extension to stay in the district through the 2020-2021 school year.
Continue reading “Cone’s contract extended through 2021”
The Edwards Aquifer Authority declared Stage 1 water restrictions July 14.
With temperatures and demands for water rising and little rain forecast on the horizon, the Edwards Aquifer Authority (EAA) declared mandatory Stage 1 restrictions for users in the San Antonio Pool effective last Friday, July 14.
Continue reading “Area water restrictions on tap”