Longtime District 2 Councilman Steve Lopez faces opposition from Kristabel Aguero in the upcoming General Election set for Saturday, May 4.
Continue reading “Aguero challenges Lopez in Devine City Council election May 4”
There are three trustee positions up for election. Continue reading “Three positions on Devine ISD School Board up for grabs in May 4 election”
On paper, the Natalia Lady Mustangs dominated Skidmore-Tynan in the Bi-District Playoff one game series last Friday night in Natalia.
Continue reading “Lady Mustangs win Bi-District title”
According to City Administrator Dora Rodriguez, “The water sample is back and was determined not to be chlorinated. Continue reading “Search for source of water leak continues”
Around 9 pm on Wednesday, April 17, the Frio County Sheriff’s office conducted a traffic stop on an 18 wheeler traveling on IH-35 between Moore and Pearsall, Continue reading “Search yields black tar heroin hidden inside fire extinguisher”
Kelly Saldana, a labor and delivery nurse, has helped bring over 300 babies into this world, but it’s safe to say that none have captured her heart quite like these two little miracles….. Continue reading “Twins Bo and Kasity defy all odds, enjoy Easter at home after 121 days in ICU”
Nearly $1.1 million in Certificates of Obligations (COs) were authorized by the Devine City Council during their Regular meeting held last Tuesday, April 16.
Continue reading “Devine issues Certificates of Obligation to finance $1.1 million water meter replacement”
At 8:45 pm last Tuesday night, we were notified that San Antonio PD Bomb Squad made location Continue reading “Bomb squad investigates, residents evacuated”
Bright and early Thursday morning, Medina Electric Cooperative reached out to customers about the wind and storm damages Continue reading “Tornado suspected in outages”