Icy conditions led to many minor accidents and a couple of major accidents this Tuesday including one in the northern part of the county that caused something we rarely see in Medina County—a 8-10 vehicle pile-up. Continue reading “Icy conditions lead to major accident in norther Medina County, shut down I-35 outside Devine”
Members of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board were unsatisfied with an engineer’s evaluation of Devine Swim Club, Inc.’s pool as presented at a Parks Board meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 13.
Continue reading “Parks Board balks at estimated pool repair, operating costs”
The Varsity Arabians are 3-0 in district play after beating Carrizo Springs and Crystal City last week. Continue reading “Arabians beat Carrizo Springs, Crystal City”
In their first district game the Warhorses beat Crystal City 57-52 in overtime. Continue reading “Warhorses beat Crystal City in overtime”
While patrolling in Natalia New Year’s Eve, Medina County Sheriff Randy Brown heard numerous gun shots being fired. Continue reading “Two arrested for deadly conduct after firing 124 rounds in downtown Natalia”
In the district opener against Lytle, the Arabians won 47-26. Continue reading “Arabians win first District game”
For the first time in 7+ seasons, the Natalia Mustang Powerlifting program hosted a meet. Continue reading “Natalia claims 2nd place at home lifting meet”
Little 5-year-old Emily Cashion has been in the prayers of our community since the news of the terrible dog attack this past December 31 that left her in the ICU for several days. Continue reading “Cashion recovering at home”
Natalia ISD Board members Tiffany Rodriguez and Paul Almendarez were sworn in for new terms at the Board meeting held Dec. 11.
Continue reading “Natalia ISD receives clean audit, creates Girls Athletic Director position”
The Barret and Cara Traylor family fortunately escaped a fully involved house fire in the middle of the night around 3:30 am on December 23, just 2 days before Christmas. Continue reading “Traylors escape 3 AM house fire, family rallies help”