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Uvalde police arrested two students accused of planning a future school shooting

With the assistance of the Texas Department of Public Safety Texas Rangers office, the department arrested two juveniles April 25 in connection to the threats. The suspects are in custody at a juvenile detention center in Del Rio, Texas.


Feel the heat of a Sherman tank at Uvalde ranch

UVALDE, TX - The only place in the world where you can drive and shoot real military tanks is right down the road in Uvalde, and we're taking you along for the ride.


Meyers and Feely finish first in Uvalde Bass Club tourney

Matt Meyers and Chuck Feely were the first-place winners in the Uvalde Bass Club’s March fishing tournament conducted at Falcon Lake.Meyers finished first on March 17. He caught three fish at a total weight of 8.46 pounds.Brian Langner won runner-up honors with his three fish that weighed a total of


Council discusses speed bumps, community service

Wymberly Pfalmer, who resides in the 800 block of East Nopal Street, was present to speak in favor of speed bumps on residential roadways. Pfalmer asked that council consider the 800 block of East Nopal Street when discussing speed bump placement.


Electric co-op announces 10 area students as scholarship winners

Ten area students have been selected as recipients of the annual Bandera Electric Cooperative Scholarship, an award of $2,500 for the 2018-2019 school year.


Documents: Former ITM educator had sex with female student in March

The Kerr County grand jury indictment against Tyler Ray Maltsberger, 28, said the sexual encounter occurred on or around March 12. Ingram Independent School District Superintendent Bobby Templeton said district officials believe it was an “isolated incident” that occurred outside of Ingram and not d


Navarro shuts out Gonzales 10-0 on Friday, will face Hondo in bi-district match

While Gonzales struggled to plate home throughout the game, the Panthers continued to add more runs to their lead. Navarro scored one run in the second inning, erupted five in the third, one in the fifth and another in the top of the sixth to end the game early.


JOE HERRING JR.: Tragedy and triumph: Remembering the 1927 Rocksprings tornado

Of the community's roughly 247 buildings, only a dozen remained standing after the storm hit. Rocksprings, for those who might not know, is the county seat of Edwards County, which borders Kerr County to the west; it's about 77 miles by car from Kerrville to Rocksprings. I'm thankful to my business


New math for property owners

Staff writer When it comes to the value of your property, what's the difference between a front foot and a square foot? Uvalde County residents are about to find out in the form of higher tax bills. The Uvalde County Appraisal District is now appraising property by the square foot. UCAD chief apprai


Ingram Tom Moore High School student exposed to rabid bat

A student at Ingram Tom Moore High School was exposed to a dead bat that has tested positive for rabies, according to Kerr County Animal Services. The bat was found by students on campus on Tuesday, according to KCAS. It was collected and tested for rabies the same day, and on Thursday the organizat


NSDAR honors two members, elects new officers

Uvalde de las Encinas Chapter members, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR), meeting at El Progreso Library in Uvalde on Saturday, March 17, elected a new slate of officers for two-year terms beginning June first, and honored two members with 20-year membership certificates.


Utopia superintendent Walts trying out retirement - again

Staff writer John Walts semi-retired 10 years ago but now is officially calling it quits, after 34 years in public school education. The Utopia Independent School District superintendent is expected to walk away from the position he has held since 2003 at the end of May. The district has already nam


Texas AM Faces $7,000 FCC Fine For Late License Renewal, Unauthorized Operation

Fine The FCC has proposed a $7,000 fine against RUFUS RESOURCES, INC. for operating after its license expired, filing a late license renewal application, and operating under an expired STA for Classic Country KMFR-A (NO BULL RADIO)/PEARSALL, TX. The station's renewal application was due by SEPTEMBE


City set to celebrate Earth Day

Everyone is invited to the city’s annual Earth Day celebration.This year’s Earth Day activities will be centered in Romanelli Park, along the San Felipe Creek between the Moore Park Pool and the Joe Ramos Youth/Elderly Center.


Lady Hawks remain undefeated in district play after Friday victory

HONDO - The Lady Hawks used some late heroics Friday night to remain unbeaten in District 28-4A play. Canyon Lake (14-10-1, 6-0) entered the fifth inning staring at a 3-0 deficit against Hondo but struck for three runs in the frame and added two more in the top of the seventh to post a 5-4 victory o


Where do you park your rig?

Uvalde City Council on Tuesday approved a request by Pedro Almendarez to obtain a residential truck parking permit, which is required for owners of Class 8 vehicles who wish to park on residential property. Class 8 trucks, which weigh 33,000 pounds or more, include cement mixers, dump trucks, fire


County rescinds OK for Concan development due to deadline miss

Assistant editor Uvalde County Commissioners on Monday rescinded approval of an application for a public improvement district for The Cottages at Frio Canyon, a proposed development. Commissioners cited subdivision rules and regulations, which require a final plat approval within 180 days of the sub


SFDRCISD pushing other districts out of its boundaries

In March, San Felipe Del Rio CISD sent a cease and desist letter to Comstock ISD and Brackettville ISD, directing the school districts to stop providing transportation services to students within the boundaries of SFDRCISD. "It has come to my attention that Comstock Independent School District ("CIS


Face painting, free books and games are a hit at Go Blue Day

Numerous children and adults attended the Go Blue Day family-support event held Tuesday from 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. at the Uvalde Memorial Park. The free event, organized by the Bluebonnet Children's Advocacy Center, gave attendees the opportunity to play basketball, enter three-legged and gunny


Precious medals: Queens, Rams tennis teams win at Uvalde

With district looming, the Del Rio High School tennis team appears healthy and ready to bring the title back to Del Rio. The team traveled to Uvalde this past weekend to compete in the Uvalde Pre-District Tournament and captured first place. Medina Valley was second while Ingram Moore was third. Th