The Medina County Sheriff’s Department arrested an 18-year-old male from Natalia this Monday, September 25. Continue reading “18-year-old male arrested in this Monday is suspected of being a main supplier to students in local schools”
It has come down to this. One of these two storied programs will walk out of Warhorse Stadium Friday night with their first victory of the 2017 season. Continue reading “Warhorses face off against Hondo in final non-District game”
The Natalia Mustangs continued their winning ways last Friday night, thumping the Cotulla Cowboys 45-14 to improve to 4-0 on the season.
Continue reading “Mustangs buck Cowboys 45-14”
The Devine City Council voted to formally join nonprofit economic development group Go Medina County last Tuesday, Sept. 19, to the tune of $4,350 taken from the lodging tax fund, a decision that left less money for the Devine Chamber of Commerce.
Continue reading “Devine City Council joins Go Medina County, disburses money to Chamber”
Emergency crews had their hands full this past Monday night, Sept. 25 with a nasty five-car pileup just south of Devine, involving three pick-up trucks and two 18-wheelers. Continue reading “Five-car pileup sends 18-wheeler down embankment, shuts down I-35 N. for hours”
Thieves stole four vehicles this past Sept 16, 17, and 18 across Medina County. Continue reading “Four vehicles stolen last week”
The opponents on the Warhorse football schedule leading up to the district kickoff contest on October 13 at Warhorse Stadium against Lytle ain’t getting any easier. Continue reading “Central Catholic presents challenge for Warhorses”
After 18 years with the City of Devine, Barbara Moore announced she will be retiring at the end of September.
Continue reading “Barbara Moore set to retire from the Driscoll Public Library”
The Devine City Council is facing hard choices after reviewing a proposed deficit budget for the 2017-2018 Fiscal Year.
Continue reading “Devine City Council reviews proposed tax rate, budget”
The ESD 2 Board voted to keep the tax rate for the 2017-2018 Fiscal Year at .0948 per $100 of value at a meeting held on Friday, Sept. 15 at 6:45 pm.
Continue reading “ESD 2 tax rate stays steady”