According to Medina County Sheriff’s office a 13 year old male was shot twice in the leg on Saturday, August 29th in the Castroville area. Continue reading “$1,000 reward: Suspects and info sought in shooting of child”
The Lytle Pirates scored quickly and often to defeat the La Pryor Bulldogs Friday night in their first home game of the 2020 season. Continue reading “Lytle sinks La Pryor 61-6”
Jourdanton has a recycling center already and have shared some ideas with the City of Lytle to help them understand how theirs works. Continue reading “Lytle City Council hopes to get their new recycling center up and running by Oct. 21”
The County Commission unanimously advanced a plan to up the rate 16.4 percent – from $0.497794 to $0.579454 per $100 of value.
Continue reading “Atascosa County property tax increase proposed”
In our weekly COVID conference with county officials, they reported that 24 new cases have been reported since last Friday. Continue reading “Five active COVID cases in Medina Valley ISD, 37 active in county”
In these drought-ridden times, the East Medina County Special Utility District (EMCSUD) is working to ensure that water users won’t be left dry.
Continue reading “East Medina is buying water, bracing for growth”
According to Medina County Sheriff’s office a 13 year old male was shot twice in the leg on Saturday, August 29th in the Castroville area. Continue reading “Sheriff searching for suspect in shooting of child”
Part of another big Oak tree came crashing down last week, landing on Felipe’s Tire Shop in Devine, causing significant damage.
Continue reading “Big tree crashes through Felipe’s Tire Shop”
Medina County District Attorney Mark Haby has a strong message for violent criminals: Don’t try anything here.
Continue reading “DA Haby takes hard line on violent, repeat offenders; Medina County gets its own prosecutor’s office in 2021”
A combination of rising values and a sharply higher tax rate could add up to a steep tax increase for Atascosa County property owners.
Continue reading “Atascosa County eyes big property tax hike”