Barbara Flores has joined the administrative staff at Natalia ISD as the Business Manager. Continue reading “Flores hired as Natalia ISD Business Manager”
For the week of February 27th through March 6th it was reported that there were six burglaries: Continue reading “Six burglaries reported for week of Feb. 27-Mar. 6”
Join us at the library for free spring break fun. Tuesday, March 14th, in honor of National Children’s Crafts Day, we will have a special pre-school story time featuring super cool crafts and a story or two. Continue reading “Spring Break @ the Driscoll Public Library”
In their regular meeting on Monday, February 27th, the Natalia City Council declined to grant a variance on a property in Mustang Estates and received a report on the upcoming Bluebonnet Festival from Librarian Amy Edge.
Continue reading “Natalia City Council denies variance, eyes Bluebonnet Festival”
Each year Spring brings wildflowers out and if we are lucky, and had rain at the right times in the fall and winter, the fields will be turned blue by bluebonnets just in time for Natalia’s Bluebonnet Festival.
Continue reading “Bluebonnet Festival slated for end of March”
Make sure the check your mail. Several residents in the area have found their mail boxes empty and open in recent mornings. Mail theft is especially damaging at this time of year during tax season.
Two DHS teams qualify for State UIL XC Debate Meet in March
The teams of Emilie Dudley and Tristan Woods and Michael Meek and Gabriella Romano qualified for the State UIL Cross-Examination Debate Meet in Continue reading “Devine Debate teams qualify for State”
Authorities are asking for your help in identifying a man who walked out of Walmart’s Garden Center with stolen items in his basket and threatened an employee on his way out.
According to Devine PD Chris Andrews, the suspect threatened the Continue reading “Suspect reportedly threatened to shoot employee in theft of electronics”