Doctor to speak at Devine City Council meeting June 20

The City of Devine has been battling negative perceptions of the water supply since seeing spikes in asbestos levels in 2016.

The City of Devine will have a doctor as a guest speaker at the next City of Devine Council Meeting on June 20, 2017, scheduled for 6:00 p.m. in the City of Devine Council Chambers. Continue reading “Doctor to speak at Devine City Council meeting June 20”

Devine Boy Scouts complete Eagle Scout project at First Baptist Church

The memorial garden is located in front of the Sadler Youth Annex on W. Benton Ave.
The Ramirez family placed the garden’s first memorial stone, in honor of Alyssa.

While many were attending graduation ceremonies and parties this past weekend, a group of Devine Boy Scouts and their families completed Zachary Richard’s Eagle project, a Memorial Garden at Devine First Baptist Church. Continue reading “Devine Boy Scouts complete Eagle Scout project at First Baptist Church”

Sanchez, Seaton chosen as Natalia ISD Board student representatives

Natalia ISD student representatives Samantha Sanchez and Priscilla Seaton are pictured with Superintendent Dr. Hensley Cone, left, and Board members Andrew Besa and Eric Smith.

Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, Natalia High School students Samantha Sanchez and Priscilla Seaton will be the first student representatives to the NISD School Board.
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Devine ISD Board approves raises; 11 teachers retire or resign


Initially, Devine ISD wasn’t sure if they would be filling all positions of teachers and staff who had retired or resigned this school year, but Superintendent Scott Sostarich and Finance Director Shannon were happy to announce at the board meeting on June 5 that they will be able to fill those positions.
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Devine City Council votes to join Go Medina County

Each city that is part of Go Medina County has its own splash page on the GMC website, www.gomedinacounty.com. Pictured here is Hondo’s page, which features selling points such as proximity to San Antonio, acreage available for development, tax rates, and incentives.

After putting off a decision for months, the Devine City Council voted to join nonprofit economic development group Go Medina County in a Special meeting held last Tuesday, May 23.
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