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 Jerel Beaty at The Devine News, September 2, 2020 The Uvalde Coyotes are coming off an impressive 52-14 mauling of the Carrizo Springs Wildcats last Friday night in each team’s season opener. The Coyotes rushed out to a 31-point lead through the first half and never looked back. Uvalde’s 504 yards total offense led them […]
By Pleasanton Express Staff, August 13, 2020 Rogelio “Roger” Colunga (March 3, 1939-July 28, 2020) was the oldest child of Ester Barrientes and Candalario Colunga in Hondo. Mrs. Colunga was a homemaker and Mr. Colunga was an electrician. His brothers and sisters were Ofelia Colunga Gonzales (deceased), Aniceto Colunga (deceased), Enemencio Colunga (deceased), Lorreta Colunga […]
By Chase Shannon at News 4 San Antonio, August 9, 2020 DEVINE, Texas – Out in Medina County, the Devine Warhorses are hard at work. They play an old school style that helped push them to a winning record back in 2019. “We’re going to be tough, we’re going to be a tough out, they’re […]
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