Huajilla Unit TRTA will meet March 20, 10 a.m. at Neal’s Café, Concan. Agenda items include scholarship fund drive, annual membership drive and officer elections. If members plan to eat lunch, they should RSVP when contacted by the calling committee representative or contact President Irene Dubberly.
The Medina County Jr. Livestock Show Board will hold its annual public meeting on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at the Medina Valley High School Cafeteria at 7:00 pm. Continue reading “Medina County Jr. Livestock Show Board meeting March 28”
Medina County Democratic Club will hold their monthly meeting at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, March 21 at the Braden Keller Center in Castroville. Visitors welcome.
In their regular monthly board meeting, the Natalia ISD board of trustees approved expenditures for school buses and band instruments as well as the school calendar for next school year.
Continue reading “Natalia ISD Board approves nearly $400k in expenditures”
The 2017 Natalia Bluebonnet Court will be Queen Natalie Rodriguez, Princess Juliana Sanchez and King Christian Contreras. Continue reading “Natalia announces 2017 Bluebonnet Court”
Winners of the 4th Annual Travis Spielman Memorial Hog Dog Competition hosted on the weekend of March 10-12, 2017 were Teams Makin Bacon, Shep Dawgs, and Outlaws out of 16 teams. Continue reading ““Makin Bacon” wins Travis Spielman Memorial Hog Dog Contest”
On March 8, 2017 the Natalia Junior High Band competed in the UIL Concert & Sight Reading Contest in Pleasanton. Continue reading “Natalia Junior High Band earns UIL sweepstakes”
Barbara Flores has joined the administrative staff at Natalia ISD as the Business Manager. Continue reading “Flores hired as Natalia ISD Business Manager”
Six Devine Ex Students from the Class of 1967 met February 27 to initiate plans for our 50 year homecoming reunion this October 20 and 21. Continue reading “DeExSTA meeting March 29”
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”