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”
Last weekend at the Pleasanton Varsity Tournament, the varsity Warhorses took charge and dominated each game. Continue reading “Warhorses win Pleasanton tournament”
Two more wins for the Varsity Arabians were no problem against Somerset and Pleasanton. Continue reading “Varsity Arabians dominate Somerset and Pleasanton”
All of former Warhorse Jacob Campsey’s coaches, family, friends, and former teammates here in Devine will be rooting for the Rockdale Tigers this week.
Continue reading “Former Warhorse quarterback Jacob Campsey coaching in state title game”
Changes in FCCLA Events: SATURDAY, Dec. 16th Due to Weather
On Friday, December 8, around 1:30 PM – Lytle PD officers were among many others who responded to a call for assistance by DPS who was in pursuit of a suspect. Continue reading “SWAT team enters home to capture subject after 5-hour standoff”
Natalia School Board member Eric Owens has resigned his position, effective Monday, Jan. 1, 2018.
Continue reading “Owens resigns from Natalia ISD School Board”
On December 5th, the Varsity Arabians played the Jourdanton Squaws and after a slow start they won 36-33. Continue reading “Varsity Arabians beat Jourdanton, win home tournament”
The Planning & Zoning Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the Preliminary Report for lots of zoning changes (which can be seen here), and will create a Final Report for the City Council at a public meeting on Monday, January 8th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at Devine City Hall. Continue reading “Over 65 acres in Devine may be rezoned Class G Retail Districts”