Starting July 28, the National Weather Service will add “damage threat” tags to Severe Thunderstorm warnings, Continue reading “New “Destructive” Severe Thunderstorm warning category to trigger alerts on mobile phones”
On July 14, 2021, the Medina County Criminal District Attorney’s Office secured a conviction and a sentence of Continue reading “Nixon found guilty of Capital Murder”
Devine- Registered Nurse Misty Ramirez, understands the need for more ambulances because she has personally experienced close to an hour-long wait Continue reading “EMS Board hears pleas for more ambulance units after citizens express first-hand experiences”
Devine ISD Board of Trustees considered and discussed COVID related procedures for the 2021-22 School Year with Dr. Richard Neel and about 20 parents and teachers in attendance.
Continue reading “What COVID procedures will Devine ISD adopt this year?”
It was anything but a quiet Sunday afternoon, this past July 18th. Continue reading “Aircraft finds smuggling truck lodged in thick brush for weeks”
First responders did everything they could, but it was simply too late to save Continue reading “Weekday fire claims family home; volunteers needed”
Covid cases are in an uptick again, but the good news is that everyone 12 and over can easily get a vaccine, even right here in Devine. Continue reading “Uptick in active Covid-19 cases; vaccinations available in Devine daily”
Medina County Sheriff’s deputies and Hondo PD spiked a vehicle on Hwy 173 Continue reading “Cadillac spiked, man with guns arrested after 120 mph pursuit down Hwy. 173”
The following positions have been filled to replace staff that have retired or resigned at Devine Independent School District.
Continue reading “Devine ISD new hires for 2021-2022 school year”
Catalytic converters, and the precious metals inside, have been disappearing for many months. Continue reading “Major catalytic converter theft spree hits area; $1k reward offered”