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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.
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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.
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
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
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.
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.
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.
Covering Uvalde: Police warn of 'virtual kidnapping' scam
If you get one of these calls, slow down the conversation and ask for more time, and contact the Uvalde police department at 830-278-9147.
Banquet honors UHS athletes - Uvalde Leader-News
pete luna|Leader-news Uvalde High School senior student athletes show off their award plaques. Recipients of the major awards made during the Uvalde High School Sports Banquet Monday night included: (front row, left to right) Domingo Davila, Benito Luna, Larissa Ramos, Denise Longoria, Katelyn Roman
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.
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.
This Cabin Near Austin From The 1900s Is Actually A Restaurant And You'll Want To Visit
Utopia, Texas lives up to its name. In addition to the city’s breathtaking views and charming city streets, it’s also home to one of the most enchanting cafes in Central Texas. The drive from Austin will take about three hours, but you’ll come across many glimmering sights along the way. Embark on a
Local judge witnesses drunk driver, arrest made
Charlie Cleveland Carson, 55, was arrested at 7:51 p.m. on May 2 outside Plaza Del Sol mall after Justice of the Peace Pct. 3 Pat Cole reportedly witnessed a driver nearly cause an accident on Veterans Boulevard, according to Del Rio Police Department Lt. Bobby Hernandez.
Man arrested for criminal trespassing
Jose Luis Victorino, a resident of the 300 block of La Peggy Drive, was arrested for criminal trespassing of a habitation, a Class A misdemeanor at 11:54 p.m. on May 12 at the 800 block of South Griner Street, according to a Del Rio Police Department report.
Author who included De Leon in WWII volume bound for Del Rio - Uvalde Leader-News
Author Dave Gutierrez, who is scheduled to release a new edition of his book “Patriots from the Barrio,” will be at the Val Verde County Library on May 24 to discuss his Del Rio roots, getting Hollywood’s attention, and the genealogy and military research that went into his book.
Uvalde boys and girls sought for junior golf competition - Uvalde Leader-News
Area golfers, ages 5 to 17, are invited to participate in the clinic at Uvalde Memorial golf course.
City puts off nursing home developers - Uvalde Leader-News
Rhodes first approached council on April 10, when he requested an endorsement of a proposal to build a third Medicaid-certified nursing home in Uvalde. During the meeting, representatives from two local facilities proffered opposing viewpoints to city officials. Council opted not to act on the topic
Driver charged in Uvalde church bus crash that killed 13 tests positive for THC: Court records
UVALDE, Texas- Jack Dillon Young, the driver charged in connection with a head-on crash that killed 13 people from a New Braunfels church, was arrested for allegedly violating conditions of his pre-trial release.
Slain child's mother receives 18-year prison sentence
Dion Rodriguez, father of the late Davaughn Rodriguez, smiles as he peers at schoolwork his son completed prior to this Dec. 11, 2011 death. A collection of his work was given to Dion Rodriguez by the 38th Judicial District at the conclusion of Davaughn's mother's four-day sentencing hearing. Uvalde