Supplies are being handed out until 6:00 pm.
Some cleverly named this past week the “Snowpocalypse of 2021” after it left many local residents without water and power days. Continue reading “Snowpocalypse of 2021: Power, water outages last 3-4 days”
Like the rest of Texas, our local Medina Electric Coop was also hit hard by forced outages. Continue reading “Beyond the worst case scenario, Medina Electric sees average of 10,000 customers offline at time”
Along with the extremely tough circumstances that many faced, there were helping hands reaching out to neighbors in need in amazing ways. Continue reading “Helping hands reach out in a time of crisis”
East Medina Special Utility District fared pretty darn well during the Snow Storm of 2021, thanks to two generators (300kw) that they purchased years ago.
Continue reading “East Medina fares well thanks to 2 big generators and a lot of hard work”
The Devine City Council District 2 and District 5 seats, as well as the position of mayor, will be on the ballot when voters head to the polls in the upcoming General Election scheduled for Saturday, May 1.
Continue reading “Devine mayor, two Council seats up for grabs in May election”
All 4 commissioners and Judge Schuchart were present for the January 28 Commissioners Court meeting, with 12 guests present and an unknown number attending virtually.
Continue reading “Medina County bond election to be held for livestock facilities”
The Natalia ISD Board of Trustees approved a three-year contract making Harry Piles the district’s new Superintendent during the meeting held on Monday, February 22.
Continue reading “Piles hired as Natalia ISD Superintendent”
The board for Medina County Emergency Services District #4 met on February 9 for their monthly meeting, opening with discussion of the district’s finances. Continue reading “ESD #4 Providing additional equipment to Devine & Natalia FDs”
The scope of the Devine Golf Course clubhouse renovation project may expand after the Devine City Council discussed the possibility of adding a sprinkler system and unanimously voted to move forward with a study on the feasibility of a redesigned kitchen layout and purchase of additional kitchen equipment during a Special meeting on Tuesday, February 10.
Continue reading “Council requests feasibility study on golf clubhouse kitchen redesign, purchase of additional equipment”