Hector Villarreal, of Devine, is a retired San Antonio Police Officer of 28 years. He specialized in crime prevention and hostage negotiation. Continue reading “Five simple ideas to make Devine schools safer, from a retired police officer”
A plan to replace water meters throughout Devine is one step closer to reality after the Devine City Council voted to publish a notice of intention to issue $1.1 million in Certificates of Obligation to fund the project at a Special meeting held last Tuesday, March 5.
Continue reading “Devine takes step toward Certificates of Obligation to fund $1.1 million water meter replacement”
Lifetime Devine resident Paul Reed, 46 years old, suffered a traumatic brain injury while at work on Wednesday, February 13th, which left him at a loss of memory for the past 30+ years. Continue reading “Devine man Paul Reed suffers brain injury; benefit planned”
“Yesterday marks one of the scariest days ever” said mother Jacqueline Hastings, after an incident that sent her son Nicholas to the hospital, Continue reading “A special hat for Nicholas”
On Tuesday March 5th the DHS varsity Symphonic Winds performed at the Region 11 UIL Concert & Sight-Reading Evaluation at Pleasanton High School, where they earned straight ONES in both categories! Continue reading “Warhorse Band wins UIL Sweepstakes”
The Natalia Mustangs had a strong showing at the Region 5 Division III Powerlifting Meet in Bishop last week. Continue reading “Mustang powerlifting claims 2nd at Regional meet”
Devine Arabians and Warhorses competed at the Brackenridge “Mighty Eagle” JV and Varsity 20th Anniversary Tennis Tournament, March 7-9th. Continue reading “Devine tennis captures 1st place team titles in Brackenridge”
US Border and Customs
March 5, 2019
WASHINGTON— Tuesday, March 5, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Continue reading “Significant increases in hard narcotics seized at South Texas border”
Architects presented the first drafts of the proposed $13.9 million bond project to Devine ISD campus site based committees the week of February 28 and to the school board on February 25.
Continue reading “$13.9 million bond election would double I&S side of tax rate to pay for construction, election May 4”
The goal of our upcoming bond is to provide safety and security capital improvements to our schools. Continue reading “Superintendent’s thoughts on Devine ISD 2019 Bond”