The Devine Golf Course opened its doors for business on October 19, 1968. Continue reading “Devine Golf Course needs your help”
On Friday, October 27 in the afternoon two Devine PD officers located suspicious persons at Driscoll Public Library in downtown Devine. Continue reading “Two at library arrested on meth charges”
Freshman Brooke Runyan is running in the State cross country meet this Saturday, Nov. 4 at 2:40 pm in Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.
Freshman Arabian runner Brooke Runyan will run in Round Rock at Old Settlers Park on Saturday, November 4 at 2:40pm.
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Airing on national TV this Friday and Sunday… A CBS TV news crew from “On the Road with Steve Hartman traveled to Devine/Moore to interview and record Justin Rozier’s birthday surprise- his fallen soldier dad Johnathon’s old convertible and how the sodier’s story came full circle!. Justin Rozier stands in front with his the 1999 Toyota Celica Convertible. Surrounding him are (l to r): Art Maxwell (Pleasant Grove, UT) Follow the Flag, Brighton Maxwell (Art’s son), Kyle Fox (Pleasant Grove, UT) Follow the Flag, Cole Fox (Kyle’s son), David Rozier (Justin’s grandfather) Katy, TX, Jessica Johns (Justin’s mother), Steve Hartman (On the Road with Steve Hartman), Sarah Krifka (Justin’s aunt) New Orleans, LA, Grady Johns (Justin’s brother), Benjamin Rozier (Justin’s uncle) Katy, TX, Elizabeth Rozier (Justin’s aunt) Katy, TX, Annie Blakely (family friend) San Antonio, TX, Shannon Rangel (family friend), Danny Rangel (family friend), Hollis Belle Johns (Justin’s sister), PJ Johns (Justin’s stepdad), and Justin Rozier (in front of the car). Photo by K.K. Calame.
Dreams can come true as a Gold Star wife found out when she began searching for the 1999 Toyota Celica convertible her husband Johnathan Rozier drove that she had to sell after he was killed in action to make ends meet during that devastating time of life.
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The Devine Arabians Back-to-Back Volleyball District Champs and are now Bi-District Champs and will play Rockport-Fullton on Thursday, Nov. 2 in Beeville at 7:00 pm for the Area title. They are #8 Addie Trojanowski, #13 Elizabeth Stacy Puente, #5 Makenna Morales, #3 Sydney Rendon, #7 Chesney Friesenhahn, # 11 Amanda Richardson, #9 Caimee Fowler, #12 Sara Moreno, #6 Julie Ortiz, #4 Alissa Stehle, #1 Sierra Pompa, #2 Dana Aaron, and #10 Megan Runyan. Coaches: Mark Mangold, Kim Lane, and Leigh Anne McIver. Managers: Saily Sanchez, Lexi Shields, and Lily Stricker. Photo by K. K. Calame.
The Arabians defeated Cuero Monday night to claim the Bi-District champion title.
Continue reading “Arabians gobble up Cuero; face Rockport-Fullton in Area on Thursday”
Two suspects reportedly walked out of HEB in Lytle with approximately $700 worth of meat, while a third suspect waited in the getaway car last Monday, October 23, police said. Continue reading “$700 worth of meat stolen from grocery store”
According to the police report, this chase first started around midnight when a local officer observed a Silver Ford F-150 pickup truck passing him at a high rate of speed on FM 471. Continue reading “Driver leads police on high-speed chase through Devine”
The vehicle the suspects were driving was described as a black Dodge Durango.
Just past 7 pm on Sunday evening, October 15, local resident Sara Castleberry, saw a black SUV driving up their long driveway.
Continue reading “Strangers with stolen mail approach Devine homeowners”
Freshman Brooke Runyan qualified for the State cross country meet with a time of 12:29.8. Photo by KK Calame.
Brooke Runyan, Espi Mendoza, Bri Bernal, Abigail Whitaker, Bri Bowyer, Mari Murillo, Victoria Whitaker, and Colin Rogers along with alternates Jasmine Stricker, Lorena Chavera, and Ismael Vera made the fast trip to the Regional Cross Country Meet down in Corpus Christi this past Monday.
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Coach Leigh Anne McIver poses with seniors (left to right) Caimee Fowler, Makenna Morales, Sydney Rendon, Addie Trojanowski, Elizabeth Puente, Chesney Friesenhahn, Lily Stricker, and Lexi Shields after their last home game. Not pictured: Amanda Richardson.
The girls defeated Crystal City last Tuesday and won in three games; 25-14, 25-9, and 25-10.
Continue reading “Varsity Arabians clinch back-to-back District titles”