Medina Electric Cooperative is accepting applications for the 2021 scholarship program, which provides money to be used for continuing education during the 2021-2022 school year.
A coordinated effort led by Turtle Creek Volunteer Fire Department spared nearby residences and structures while a brush fire, fueled by high winds and dry conditions, scorched 200 acres of land in the 100 and 400 blocks of Fall Creek Road Thursday afternoon.
Josie Campa was honored at the Devine City Council meeting this Monday, for her 45 years of service to the City of Lytle. Campa first came to work for the City on January 15, 1976 and saw the city go from using manual typewriters to where we are today.
Newly-elected Devine Mayor Cory Thompson warned City’s project luring private developers to the Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone near IH-35 ... concern that the News front-page coverage
By Daniel Tucker at the Bandera Bulletin, November 18, 2020 Last Wednesday, the Rose Garden Club of Medina held a dedication ceremony at Medina Methodist Church for a Monterrey Oak tree that was planted in honor of Sir Norman Riggsby, a longtime Medina resident and D-Day veteran whose career included serving at the Nuremberg Trials […]
By Danielle Moody at NEWS4SA, November 5, 2020 LYTLE, Texas- A malfunction caused a major natural gas outage in Lytle. At around 11:00 AM, a main gas transmission line had a malfunction in La Coste. CPS responded to the scene. They determined the trailer would need to be brought in to supply gas to the […]
We have recently received reports from complainants who have received telephone calls from a male suspect claiming to be an Officer with the La Coste Police Department
Texas Governor Greg Abbott had issued an executive order a week ago on Oct. 7 that paved the way for bars and similar establishments throughout the state in low hospitalization areas to be opened to 50 percent capacity starting Oct. 14 at the discretionary authority of county officials.
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