Devine’s well known herpetologist Blaine Eaton and his 9-year-old grandson Curtis Kuykendall, are recuperating after being involved in a serious roll over caused by a blowout on IH 35 North near Kinney Road last Thursday, June 29, 2017. Continue reading “Eaton and grandson in accident that releases 42 snakes”
Recently elected District 5 Councilman Cory Thompson cast the sole dissenting votes when the Devine City Council approved the Medina County Appraisal District’s estimated taxable value of properties and proposed 2018 budget at the meeting held last Tuesday, June 20.
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Hondo, Texas —The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Medina County and the Medina Valley Soil and Water Conservation District cordially invite the public to attend their Fiscal Year 2018 Local Working Group (LWG) meeting July 11, 2017, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the USDA Service Center in Hondo.
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Dr. Richard Neel expressed confidence in the quality of the City of Devine’s drinking water at the Regular City Council meeting last Tuesday, June 20.
Continue reading “Neel addresses concerns over Devine’s drinking water”
A young man in his twenties is alive miraculously after surviving a wreck in which a guard rail pierced through the driver’s side window of his truck and across the entire cab, pinning him in, according to volunteers on scene. Continue reading “Man trapped by guard rail stuck through window”
This Saturday, July 1, Carnivore kicks off its seventh season on the Pursuit channel. Continue reading “Carnivore starring Devine’s Gary Roberson begins seventh season July 1”
The annual celebration in Lytle for the 4th of July will take place this year on the eve of our nation’s birthday. Continue reading “Lytle’s Independence Day celebration July 3”
Stay home this Independence Day and celebrate America’s birthday with the City of Hondo. Continue reading “Red, White, and Boom Independence Day celebration in Hondo July 1”
From 1956 to 1994, families from all over Medina County and parts of South Texas gathered for the St. Joseph Catholic Church’s Fourth of July celebration and fundraiser at Keller Park. Continue reading “Keller Park: a place where friendships were begun or renewed”