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16
Jan
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Dutch oven cooking workshop offered at Fort Inge

The first of several historical workshops set at Fort Inge Historical Site is planned for Saturday, Jan. 25 at Fort Inge located three miles south of Uvalde just off FM140. The workshop will feature the preparation of meals, building the fire and proper care for cooking equipment and tools.

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Thu
16
Jan
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Carr proves it’s never too late to dominate in bodybuilding

by KIM EAGLE
 
Andy Carr proves that it is never too late to dominate in a field usually monopolized by men half his age. Carr, a 48-year-old men's physique competitor who graduated from Uvalde High School in 1983, is preparing to go pro. He hopes to complete his goal by his 50th birthday.

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Sat
11
Jan
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New app features Texas historical markers

KIM EAGLE STAFF WRITER.
 
Uvalde County has a rich history that is well-known to its citizens, and with the help of technological advances that knowledge is more far-reaching than ever. There is now an app for smartphones and tablets that will tell people exactly where any and all historical markers in Texas are located. The app, which is available only on Android operating systems, is called TX Markers and was released by Clownfeet Apps Solutions. It is available for download at no cost from the Google App Store.
 
Thu
09
Jan
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Appreciation event under way for ‘seasonal citizens’

The ninth annual Winter Texan event will be held at the Herby Ham Activity Center on Feb. 14. Over 250 people from at least 20 states, as well as Canada, are expected to attend, according to Kay Brieden, director at Herby Ham Activity Center. Brieden said the Uvalde community responds above and beyond all expectations to host this event.
 
Thu
09
Jan
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A child’s haven, parent’s blessing

by KIMBERLY RUBIO

Raising a child is undoubtedly the hardest job bestowed upon parents, and this is especially true for parents of children with special educational, behavioral or medical issues. New to Uvalde, where she is preparing to launch a new school program, is Lorraine Register, owner of Lorraine’s Learning Center for Children with Special Needs.
 
Sat
04
Jan
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Cactus Jack’s home is sight to see in residential Uvalde

KIM EAGLE STAFF WRITER.
 
A blast from the past awaits visitors to the Briscoe-Garner Museum located at 333 N. Park St. The first floor is full of exhibits devoted to the political career and personal interests of John Nance Garner. John Nance “Cactus Jack” Garner was born in 1868 in the horse-and-buggy era and died in 1967 in the space age.
 
Thu
02
Jan
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UMH staff contributes toys, more to local families

Uvalde Memorial Hospital employees worked together to donate an array of toys, clothes, food and more for more than 60 children and a total of 26 families as part of the hospital’s annual Adopt-a-Family Christmas project.
 
Sun
29
Dec
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Siblings bring world of film

JOSE MOSQUEDA AND JENNIFER DURAN UHS JOURNALISM.
 
A brother and sister duo brought the world of television and film to Uvalde High School broadcasting students in presentations held Dec. 19. They followed up with a hands-on filming experience for members of the broadcasting classes and for current students in the “Reach for the Stars” program. The siblings’ role at UHS was orchestrated by their mother, Margret Stypko, who coordinates the local Reach for the Stars program.
 
Wed
25
Dec
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Army Ranger reports to Daughters of the Republic

The Caddel-Smith Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas met Nov. 14 in the McNelly Room at the First State Bank of Uvalde. The meeting was called to order by President Judy Burleson, who also gave the invocation and led the pledges to the United States and Texas flags. Second vice president Jane Van Hoozer read the DRT Objectives.
 
Sun
22
Dec
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Volunteers roll up sleeves to feed community with tamales

Members of the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Parent Volunteer Program assemble tamales and prepare to cook them at the Willie DeLeon Civic Center on Thursday morning. The volunteers are preparing for the 2013 UCISD Tamalada.

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