Natalia ISD Board members Tiffany Rodriguez and Paul Almendarez were sworn in for new terms at the Board meeting held Dec. 11.
Continue reading “Natalia ISD receives clean audit, creates Girls Athletic Director position”
The Barret and Cara Traylor family fortunately escaped a fully involved house fire in the middle of the night around 3:30 am on December 23, just 2 days before Christmas. Continue reading “Traylors escape 3 AM house fire, family rallies help”
The community was shocked upon the news of the vicious dog attack this past Sunday, December 31 that left 5-year-old Emily Cashion, a Devine kindergarten student, with severe wounds to her face and neck. Continue reading “Five-year-old attacked by dog”
The Devine News would like to extend a huge thanks to the many people who helped make this fundraiser a success, Continue reading “Over $7,800 raised for HANK in Christmas Light Challenge”
Ready for a break from the noise of the holidays? Continue reading “Throwback Thursday matinee @ the Driscoll Public Library Jan 4”
In a tough game against Cotulla, the Varsity Arabians won and brought their season record up to 17-5. Continue reading “Arabians beat Cotulla”
Trailing at the half 28-31, the Warhorses stepped it up in the last two quarters to beat Bandera 57-52 last Tuesday. Continue reading “Warhorses come from behind to beat Bandera”
Medina County Elections Administrator Patricia Barton was put on administrative leave during a poor performance evaluation on Monday, Dec. 11–pending a meeting of the Elections Board which was to be held on Thursday, Dec.14.
Continue reading “Elections Head placed on leave, files for new office”
An unknown person attempted to get inside a student’s vehicle as she was leaving for school this past Friday morning, December 15. Continue reading “Stranger lurking outside Devine home attempts to get inside student’s vehicle”