Representatives from UTSA’s Center for Urban and Regional Planning Research and the Rural Business Program presented a vision plan for the future of Devine from IH-35 down Hwy. 173 to the downtown district in a public meeting held in the George S. Woods Community Center on March 30.
Continue reading “UTSA presents vision plan for IH-35 development, downtown revitalization”
Two items on the Commissioner’s Court agenda dealt with what can only be called future growth of the County during their regular meeting on April 10, 2017.
Continue reading “Medina County’s big subdivisions still growing”
The major headline for Head Track Coordinator Lynn Cozby’s Warhorse track team’s Devine News articles have been more and more challenging as meets go by. Continue reading “Warhorses run circles around District competition, claim title”
The Devine Arabian track team won its first District Track Championship since 2009, scoring 215 points to 2nd place finisher Carrizo Springs’ 170. Continue reading “Arabians sprint past Carrizo Springs for District 29-4A title”
John J. Ciavarra Elementary is hosting a Head Start/Pre-K Roundup for Devine ISD on Tuesday, April 18 and Wednesday, April 19. Continue reading “Devine ISD Head Start/Pre-K April 18-19”
The Devine City Council voted unanimously to take no action on the possible purchase of the former Whitfield and Briscoe properties now owned by the First Baptist Church in a Special meeting held Thursday, March 30.
Continue reading “Devine City Council tables consideration of First Baptist Church property”
Devine Police Chief Kandy Benavides and Lieutenant Chris Andrews presented the Devine City Council with a proposal for the purchase of two mobile ticket writing systems from Cardinal Tracking, Inc., at the Special meeting on Thursday, March 30.
Continue reading “Devine City Council purchases ticket writing system, considers speed bump on Fullerton Dr.”
Devine’s Warhorse Stadium will be the site of this year’s 2017 29-4A District Track Meet. Continue reading “District 29-4A track meet in Devine April 5-6”
Paul Gomez was promoted to Devine ISD’s new Head Football Coach, succeeding Chad Quisenberry who stepped up to be the full-time Athletic Director for the district’s boys’ and girls’ programs. Continue reading “Paul Gomez new “Chief” on Warhorse football sidelines”
A 12-year-old boy was the victim of a vicious attack this past Monday morning between 8:30 and 9:00 am, and police are asking the community for help in identifying this dangerous suspect. Continue reading “Man attacks 12-year-old walking to school”