There has been a lot of activity at the construction site for the new Uvalde Memorial Hospital since July, when the final steel beam of the building’s frame was set into place.
There has been COVID-19 positivity affecting two area school districts this week, including Utopia and Uvalde, with each district enacting different containment protocols.
By Melissa Federspill at the Uvalde Leader-News, October 19, 2020 Every other Saturday morning, locals with a fondness for fresh, farm-to-table goods can make their way over to 310 Pearsall Road to visit the Cottle Farmstead market, where there’s a bounty of organic produce and fresh-baked goods on display. Cottle Farmstead is the made-with-love project […]
By the City of Uvalde, October 14, 2020 Effective Monday, October 12, the City and County of Uvalde has met the criteria to rescind the State of Texas mandatory mask mandate, therefore, the mandate is no longer in effect. However, individual businesses that choose to exercise their right to keep mask requirements in place will […]
By Juyle Keeble at Uvalde Leader-News, October 11, 2020 Early voting for the Nov. 3 general election, in which the new Uvalde County Sheriff and other local candidates, as well as the president of the United States, will be elected starts Tuesday. Monday is a federal holiday, Columbus Day. Early voting will be conducted from […]
Members of the Uvalde Police Department will be sporting pink police badges throughout the month of October to offer encouragement to cancer patients, and in particular to those diagnosed with breast cancer.
Community Health Development Inc. has received a $46,479 grant from the Community Foundation of the Texas Hill Country’s pandemic response fund, “Hill Country Strong.”
By Julye Keeble at the Uvalde Leader-News, September 24, 2020 Dr. Jared Reading added three more deaths on Tuesday to the COVID-19 statistics maintained on the Uvalde Health Authority website, but two of the three deaths are not recent. The third death was of a 44-year-old Uvalde County woman with multiple co-morbidities who became ill […]
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