Devine lost a beautiful smile this week, but this Texas Cowgirl left her mark on the world, being featured in a prestigious photo exhibit entitled “Small Town Texas” that would travel internationally over 7,000 miles—all the way to China. Continue reading “Mary’s Smile: South Texas cowgirl once featured in international exhibit”
The Devine Garden Club celebrated its 70th Anniversary with a crowd of exactly 70 people. Continue reading “Devine Garden Club celebrates 70th anniversary”
Students from Devine went to Pearsall Sunday, January 28 to participate in the free throw competition at the district level. Continue reading “Five from Devine qualify for regional free throw competition”
Driscoll Public Library and the City of Devine will be offering GED classes this year. Continue reading “Free GED classes @ the Driscoll Public Library”
The Devine Garden Club held its December meeting and annual Christmas Social on December 14, 2017 in the Boehmer home with Judy Boehmer and Peggy Cooper serving as hostesses. Continue reading “Devine Garden Club holds Christmas Social”
Children ranging from 9 yrs to 14 yrs old participated in the girls or boys division competition. Continue reading “Knights of Columbus Council 5192 holds successful free throw competition”
There is death all around us, in our families, in our community and on the news. Continue reading “Author signing book on grieving at A Bushel & a Peck on Dec. 23”
The Longview Cemetery Association members and others from the Bigfoot Community, met at the Longview Cemetery in Bigfoot, TX, and placed a wreath on each of the Veterans markers.
Continue reading “Wreaths placed in Longview Cemetery to honor veterans”
Natalia Volunteer Fire Department honored Leonard Paull on Monday, December 11 for his dedication to the department, 48 years already.
Continue reading “Natalia VFD honors Paull for 48 years of service”
Kathryn Bywaters will be making an appearance at the Driscoll Public Library, Thursday, December 14 from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm. Continue reading “Novelist and research scientist Kathryn Bywaters appearing at the Driscoll Public Library Dec. 14”