Two men in their 70s were struck by a dove hunter this past September 3 just south of Hondo behind the Walmart area. Continue reading “Two men shot by bird hunter opening weekend”
38th Judicial District Attorney’s Office
On August 28, 2019, the 38th Judicial District Judge, Camile Dubose, sentenced Roy Guzman, Jr. of Hondo, Texas, to 60 years and 55 years Continue reading “Man sentenced to 200 years in prison for assault of officers and other charges”
There have been at least two sightings of a mountain lion in Castroville Regional Park, which has many beautiful, wooded trails up in the hills above the pool and recreational areas.
Continue reading “Mountain lion spotted at local park”
The Texas Education Agency has released Natalia ISD from the oversight of conservator Dr. Sharon Doughty.
Continue reading “TEA removes conservator from Natalia ISD”
Sentiment on the Devine City Council leaned toward partnering with an outside entity to run the Municipal Golf Course during discussion held at the Special meeting last Tuesday, September 3.
Continue reading “Devine City Council discusses options for golf course; third party to present management proposal Sept. 12”
Natalia Police Chief Gilbert Rodriguez has resigned his position with the City of Natalia to take a job with Medina County, though he will remain in his current role until October 7.
Continue reading “Rodriguez resigns as Natalia police chief”
Economic development and how best to bring it to Devine were issues that the City Council wrestled with during the Special meeting held on August 27.
Continue reading “Devine seeks new City Administrator to drive economic growth”
On Saturday September 7, 2019 shortly after 11:00 pm, the Hondo Police Department was dispatched to a report of a motor vehicle accident in the 2700 block of Avenue U. Continue reading “Two local men lose lives; Hondo PD investigates horrible accident”
Heroes & Heritage (H&H) returned to Devine, Texas, this Thursday, September 5, 2019, with members of the United States Coast Guard. Continue reading “Heroes & Heritage honors eight leaders at DISD with Governor’s awards”
A sentencing hearing was held on August 29, for Chase L. Skow who brutally stabbed a young girl multiple times after luring her to a property near his home in 2018. Continue reading “Skow sentenced to 15 years in brutal stabbing of 15-year-old friend”