A 12-year-old boy was the victim of a vicious attack this past Monday morning between 8:30 and 9:00 am, and police are asking the community for help in identifying this dangerous suspect. Continue reading “Man attacks 12-year-old walking to school”
Mary Badillo has been hired to fulfill the new position of full-time financial advisor for the City of Devine, effective May 15.
Continue reading “Badillo hired as full-time financial advisor for City of Devine”
Chad Quisenberry stepped down as head coach of the Devine Warhorse football program after 13 successful seasons to become the full-time Athletic Director for the boys’ and girls’ programs at Devine ISD. Continue reading “Quisenberry promoted to full-time boys’ and girls’ Athletic Director”
Tax Assessor Collector Melissa Lutz hopes a new delinquent tax collection firm will help the growing needs of the County. The County is the tax collection entity for all taxing units in Medina County, i.e., cities, schools, ESDs. Continue reading “County names Watson Pct. 4 Constable, hires new delinquent tax collection firm”
First Baptist Church Devine (FBCD) is excited about all the possibilities their new purchase of land will bring to not only their church membership but the community of Devine as well. Continue reading “First Baptist Church excited about land purchase, future youth facility”
Natalia’s Bluebonnet Festival is just around the corner now and final preparations are being made for the annual celebration on Saturday, March 25th on the grounds of the old Palm Courts.
Continue reading “Bluebonnet Festival this weekend”
A record breaking year for the Natalia Lady Mustang Powerlifting program came to a close in Waco this past Saturday at the State Meet. Continue reading “Garza wins State powerlifting title”
The Natalia City Council passed an ordinance raising utility rates, discussed needed capital improvements, and received a positive audit in the Regular meeting held Monday, March 20.
Continue reading “Natalia City Council restructures utility rates, receives good audit”
The upcoming construction of a new fire house for the Devine Volunteer Fire Department was the main topic of conversation in the Medina County ESD #2 Board meeting held on Tuesday, March 14.
Continue reading “Medina County ESD #2 Board discusses construction of new fire house”
Precinct #4 Constable T.J. Richardson submitted a request to hear his resignation on March 9, 2017. Continue reading ““Tired and angry” Richardson resigns”