AUGUST 11–Story updated at 6:07 pm–The City of Devine will discuss a variety of issues at their upcoming meeting, and perhaps the hottest topic will be a discussion about reopening the swimming pool. In an interview today, Fred Morales has verified that he and the other owners of the pool are ready and willing to give the pool to the city if they are willing to re-open it as a public pool. Continue reading “Devine to discuss “taking back the Swimming Pool” soon”
Rio Medina,TX–A local resident, Clara Rose Coble, got the surprise of her life this past week as she walked around her yard checking on the garden….15 Rattlesnakes underneath a bush!
August 2–Fire crews and Devine Police were dispatched to 301 N. Teel in Devine this past Tuesday for a 2-story building on fire. Continue reading “Police suspect arson in recent fire”
After interviewing three candidates for the County Clerk position, Commissioners decided to hire Gina Champion during a special meeting on August 7, 2017. Continue reading “Champion new County Clerk”
The Devine City Council voted at recent meetings to approve an interlocal agree with the City of Hondo for temporary Animal Control services and to lower the speed limit on Jack Nicklaus Dr.
Continue reading “Devine lowers speed limit, will euthanize Hondo’s strays”
Coach Paul Gomez sent the following statement to Warhorse football parents regarding today’s inclement weather:
There were several home burglaries in Medina County this past week from July 24-29.
The first was reported on July 24 Continue reading “1 home burglary reported everyday this past July 24-29th in Medina County”
Photo by Devine Volunteer Fire Department
A sheriff’s deputy actually witnessed the scary accident in downtown Devine this past Friday, August 4, when a 12-year-old boy was struck by a Chevrolet Tahoe SUV.
A notice sent out in recent utility bills and posted on the City’s website indicates an asbestos violation in the first quarter of 2017, but that is somewhat misleading.