Devine City Council fields request for road, utility line extension

Michael Carson of Starson Investments LLC addresses the Devine City Council.

Michael Carson of Starson Investments, LLC, was directed to the Planning and Zoning Board after the Devine City Council heard his request for the extension of Dixon Drive and water and sewer lines at the meeting on January 26.
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City of Lytle honors coaches and senior Cross Country runners

The City of Lytle honored Coach Hadley Foster and Coach Gilbert Ruiz for their involvement and mentorship of the senior Cross Country runners JoseCarlos Hernandez, Gregorio Alcorta and Kyle Mueller, who all placed at the State meet.

The City of Lytle, Texas, honored Coaches Hadley Foster and Gilbert Ruiz for their involvement and mentorship of three Lytle I.S.D. students, JoseCarlos Hernandez, Gregorio Alcorta and Kyle Mueller, members of the Lytle I.S.D. Cross-Country team. Continue reading “City of Lytle honors coaches and senior Cross Country runners”

County staff honored; $24k changes approved for new county D.A.W.I.C.H. building

From left to right are Medina County employees who were recognized at the Commissioners Court meeting: Gina Champion, Jamie Moore, Diamantina Jasso, Kathy Collins, and Edward Gonzales.

All commissioners for Medina County were present for the January 14 Commissioners Court meeting, and Judge Schuchart attended via Zoom. Continue reading “County staff honored; $24k changes approved for new county D.A.W.I.C.H. building”

Buckner re-elected Chamber President

Devine Chamber of Commerce President Marcus Buckner, right, was re-elected to that position in a meeting on Jan. 12, 2021. Also pictured is former Secretary Bonnie Manning.

Devine Chamber of Commerce President Marcus Buckner was re-elected to that position during a Chamber meeting last Tuesday, January 12, despite questions over the use of the organization’s debit card and a request for $6,650 in City funds that was approved by the City Council and then transferred from the Chamber’s bank account to that of Marken Media Co., Buckner’s personal business.
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75 more people affected by COVID in past four days in Medina County

Cases are “unfortunately not coming down,” said Medina County Health Unit Director Pat Mechler, as the county reported 75 more Covid cases this Monday, anticipating that the number of people affected will only continue to climb from holiday gatherings. Continue reading “75 more people affected by COVID in past four days in Medina County”