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Six area schools hosting graduation events tomorrow - Uvalde Leader-News

Uvalde, Knippa, Sabinal, Nueces Canyon, Brackettville and Leakey high schools will recognize graduating high school seniors in commencement events set tomorrow.

THE UVALDE LEADER-NEWS - 2018-05-24 10:00:18

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THE UVALDE LEADER-NEWS - 2018-05-24 10:00:07

Medina UMC to host Gather at the River event with music, picnic

“Everyone is invited to join us at our outdoor worship service, which includes great music and lots of fellowship,” a spokesman for the church said in a press release. “The kids love it, too, as they can run around and play.”

KERRVILLE DAILY TIMES - 2018-05-25 07:36:00

Traffic Stop Leads To Human Smuggling Discovery; Search For Driver Who Fled - Breaking911

At 8:30 a.m. Monday, a DPS Trooper noticed a truck tractor semi-trailer fail to stop at a weigh station on I-35 northbound in Frio County, south of Devine. The trooper pulled over the 2000 Freightliner truck on the access road of I-35 North and SH-173, in the city of Devine. The male driver and a ma


Businesses win grant-funded updates - Uvalde Leader-News

Kimberly Rubio|Leader-News New signage, purchased through a 50 percent matching grant, at Getty Street Marketplace, 120 N. Getty St. Kimberly Rubio|Leader-News A new awning and signage combo graces the entrance of Cut Loose Hair Emporium, 106 N. Getty St.

THE UVALDE LEADER-NEWS - 2018-05-24 10:00:23

Shiner tops Sabinal in softball series - Uvalde Leader-News

Down 1-0, the Shiner Lady Comanches rallied for six runs in the bottom half of the fifth inning. They added five runs in the sixth inning to post an 11-1 victory over the Sabinal Lady Jackets.Their win came in the second game of the Class 2A Region IV softball playoff series last Saturday in Texas L

THE UVALDE LEADER-NEWS - 2018-05-24 10:00:26

Chief Appraiser explains why property taxes increased

While county residents are still in a state of disbelief after receiving their county’s appraisal notices, the county appraisal district’s chief appraiser, Michelle Cardenas, met with the Pleasanton Express to shed some light on how this increase came about.

PLEASANTON EXPRESS - 2018-05-24 00:00:00

UHS, UT-Austin plan college boost - Uvalde Leader-News

Dubbed dual enrollment, OnRamps pairs a Uvalde High School faculty member with a university professor to offer students academically rigorous, college-level coursework.

THE UVALDE LEADER-NEWS - 2018-05-24 10:00:56

Routine traffic stop leads to human smuggling discovery

Authorities were called to a weigh station in Frio County, south of Devine, at about 8:30 a.m for a truck that failed to stop. Police said the driver and passenger fled on foot immediately and disappeared into a field of thick bush.


Hill Country, Coastal Bend teams vie in baseball playoffs - Uvalde Leader-News

It will be a battle between Hill Country teams and Coastal Bend teams in Class 5A Region IV quarter-final baseball playoff action this weekend.Tonight at Boerne, the Boerne Champion Chargers will open a best-of-three series against the Corpus Christi Veterans Memorial Eagles. Play will get underway

THE UVALDE LEADER-NEWS - 2018-05-24 10:00:37

4×4 Aim For Kindness

Tanner McCleary was an amazing young man whose life was cut short by tragedy. He had an unmatched enthusiasm for living life to the fullest, hunting and shooting. One of the most kind hearted souls on the planet, he still continues to impact others lives through the #SpreadkindnessforMandT movement,


Jourdanton police investigate 22-year-old man found dead in pickup truck

JOURDANTON, Texas —Jourdanton police are investigating what led to a 22-year-old's death Sunday morning.Police said the man was found dead in his pickup truck outside of an assisted living facility.Investigators said there are clues that indicate narcotics may have been involved in his death.No furt


Man ranting about banks tried to break into ATM, say police

Police say a man tried to break into an ATM using a piece of rebar on Tuesday, May 22, 2018. (Photo: Sinclair Broadcast Group)


High school teacher pleads not guilty

Tyler Maltsberger, 28, was set to be arraigned Thursday before Judge N. Keith Williams on a charge of an improper relationship between an educator and student. But a waiver of arraignment was filed May 11, according to court documents.


Class of 2018 – enjoy!

This means they have seen or participated in several hundred sporting events, over 40 band performances, and up to four proms in their high school years alone.


Servantes returns to Chopped - Uvalde Leader-News

courtesy of Ernest Srvantes Ernest Servantes (second from right) relaxes with fellow judges on the set of Food Network’s Chopped Grill Masters. Pictured with him are (left to right), Chris Santos, Alex Guarnchelli and Ted Allen. The newest season is set to be released towards the end of the summer.


Innospec starts construction of new site to make drag reducing agents

Innospec (IOSP+1.3%) says itbroke groundon a new facility in Pleasanton, Tex., to produce drag-reducing agents, which improve pipeline throughput by reducing the turbulent flow of liquids.


Bronze medal schools - Uvalde Leader-News

Public high schools in Knippa, Sabinal, Utopia, La Pryor, Barksdale, and Brackettville have been named six of the best high schools in America by U.S. News and World Report.


Field of competition gets smaller for softball, baseball playoffs - Uvalde Leader-News

This week, the winners of University Interscholastic League (UIL) Region IV softball semi-final playoffs will do battle for the regional softball title, while the winners of quarter-final baseball playoffs will vie in regional semi-final competition.


Great Graduates: Yohandra Morales, Warren High School

SAN ANTONIO- Homelessness is a problem plaguing hundreds of thousands of Americans, but Yohandra Morales of Warren High School refused to let it slow her down on her way to graduation, and soon, college.