Concan residents Betty Jo and Jerry Bates have a much closer connection to fame than the six degrees of separation game many others play, thanks to their 13-year-old grandson, Parker Bates, a successful actor with a feature film coming out in theaters this month.
By Julye Keeble at the Uvalde Leader-News, Jan. 10, 2021 Uvalde County Sheriff Ruben Nolasco, who took office Jan. 1, is restructuring the sheriff’s office in hopes of providing more coverage as the county deals with a rash of car chases related to human smuggling in addition to all law enforcement duties. “I had to […]
Uvalde County elected officials will be sworn into office in ceremonies to be held at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 1, 2021, on the east side steps of the Uvalde County Courthouse.
Images by Kelley Kimble By Juyle Keeble at the Uvalde Leader-News, Dec. 20, 2020 The Humane Society of Uvalde’s Flights to Furever program is in dire need of pet foster parents and requesting donations to assist with a surge of injured dogs and rescued puppies, some of which were found in taped-up boxes after being […]
Uvalde County Sheriff’s Deputy Eric Gonzales on Tuesday was awarded a Bronze Star for valor and bravery in the line of duty, as well as a commemorative plaque, at an awards ceremony hosted by Sheriff Charles Mendeke.
Uvalde County Commissioners have appointed Roland Sanchez as Precinct 6 Justice of the Peace to replace Ernesto “Neto” Luna, who tendered
Robb Elementary fourth-grader Maura Astling’s artwork was chosen as the winner of the elementary category for Education Service Center Region 20’s holiday card competition.
The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) has approved $6,448,363 to be used for the first-ever Flood Infrastructure Fund projects, and Uvalde County will be receiving $219,000 to improve the area flood early warning system.
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