As of Monday, Medina County reported having 57 active including a mounting number of new pending cases that in day after day from the State.
I’m getting tired of hearing that COVID -19 is just like the flu, it’s a hoax, it’s a political ploy or stop being sheep and believing what the media is portraying. COVID -19 is in fact real and it’s here and it’s affecting my family.
Dr. John Meyer and his daughter Dr. Emily Meyer have recently moved their practice to the Alsace Urgent Care and Family Practice clinic in Castroville. Continue reading “4 generations….. Meyers join team at Little Alsace Urgent Care and Family Practice”
Lytle VFD firemen battle one of several fires they fought on the 4th of July. Devine VFD, Castroville VFD, LaCoste VFD also responded to several calls for help that night totaling over a dozen in one night.
Right now is a tough time for first responders who are faced with negativity Continue reading “Thank a first responder”
Devine ISD is committed to providing rigorous, TEKS-based instruction to all students whether they attend school in-person or select a remote instructional setting. Continue reading “Devine ISD asking parents to take survey by July 20 – choose in school or remote learning for your child”
Medina County commissioners gave preliminary approval to The Enclave and Forest Creek subdivisions during the court meeting held on July 2. Continue reading “Over 300 new homes to come in new County subdivisions”
Natalia ISD is seeking survey responses from parents and guardians of students to help the district finalize its plans for the 2020-2021 school year amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Atascosa County Emergency Management Coordinator David Prasifka passed away of COVID-19 on July 4, even as the number of confirmed cases in both Atascosa and Frio counties continued to rise.
On the way to the ranch an 18 wheeler lost its driver side tire on a narrow FM 462. Continue reading “Thank you to the driver who saved our lives today on FM 462”
Lytle ISD Superintendent Michelle Carroll Smith and members of the district’s leadership team met via Zoom to discuss ongoing back to school plans.