Lifestyle

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13
Nov

Wiley tells Millennials grandiose title is misplaced

By CHEYENNE MUELLER
 
A week away from turning 90 years old, World War II veteran and media journalist Charles Wiley stood in front of over 25 individuals who had gathered in the McNelly room at the First State Bank of Uvalde to present a lecture over WWII. The majority of people in the lecture were students from psychology professor Wesley Wynne’s Sul Ross State University Rio Grand College class, though there was the occasional history buff and two members of the media.

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Thu
10
Nov

Redland uses inspiration from nature to create artwork

By CHEYENNE MUELLER

El Progreso Memorial Library’s Artist of the Month for November is Dorothy Redland of Uvalde. Formerly from Wyoming, Redland and her family moved to Uvalde in 1978. She and her husband were in the cattle business. They would purchase Mexican steers and run them in Texas during the winters. During the summer months, the couple would haul the steers up to Wyoming and run them there.

Thu
03
Nov

Caddel-Smith Chapter members have busy October

THE FOLLOWING was submitted by Billie Nast, publicity chairwoman for the Caddel-Smith Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas.
 
Sun
30
Oct

More than 500 attend UMH women’s expo

By CHEYENNE MUELLER
 
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27
Oct
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20
Oct

Judge ordains Native Plant Week for Uvalde

On Wednesday, Oct. 12, Uvalde County Judge Bill Mitchell proclaimed the week of Oct. 17-21 as Native Plant Week in Uvalde County. The Native Plant Society was created with the vision of emphasizing the role of native plants in conservation efforts, as well as teaching school children about the importance of native plants.
 
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20
Oct
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16
Oct

Candle Shop rejuvinated with new teacher, fresh scents

By CHEYENNE MUELLER
 
Though having recently celebrated its 40th anniversary, the Candle Shop on North Getty is a humble building that doesn’t attract much attention. The Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District operation was originally named the Janey Briscoe Sheltered Workshop at its inception on April 13, 1975. It was later renamed the Cluster V Candle Shop.
 

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