Meet Lily Dana Salinas, a four-year-old ray of sunshine from San Antonio, Tx. Continue reading “Plate sale to benefit Lily Salinas April 21”
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has downgraded Natalia ISD’s 2017-2018 accreditation to accredited-warned, and has assigned TEA employee Sharon Doughty to monitor the district.
Continue reading “TEA downgrades Natalia ISD accreditation, assigns monitor to district”
On Thursday, April 12, Devine ISD will host I Am the Change, a human trafficking awareness and prevention program for parents and youth 10 years and up.
Continue reading “Devine ISD hosting human trafficking program April 12”
Hard work pays off. Continue reading “Arabians swing their way to District golf championship”
The trophy case is way beyond full. Continue reading “Warhorse track cruises to 21st District championship in last 24 seasons”
Three people amazingly survived an accident after plunging off an embankment into Chacon Creek at MM 122 on IH 35 in Devine and slamming into two concrete pillars in a 2005 Toyota Sienna Van. Continue reading “Van plunges off IH-25 into Chacon Creek pillars”
Devine Tennis will be taking ten athletes to Corpus Christi on April 19-20, for the Regional Tournament. Continue reading “Arabians are District champs, Warhorses runners-up”
The final concert of the Devine Area Artists’ Series will feature the popular hill country group, The Haywire Bluegrass Band on April 7! Continue reading “Haywire Bluegrass Band in concert April 7”
When Stacy Pyron was first asked to be a guest on daily variety TV show S.A. Live, she thought it was a joke.
Continue reading “Pyron brings creativity to library, local TV”
Devine Little League had its opening day on Saturday, March 24.
Continue reading “Stein, Centilli honored at Devine Little League Opening Day”