City residents who have past-due fines or have failed to appear in municipal court for tickets may be arrested in an upcoming warrant roundup unless payment is made. The roundup covers defendants, whether residing in the area or not, who have failed to appear in court and/or pay fines and
The NCAA has its March Madness basketball tournament, retailers across the country both dread and anticipate Black Friday sales, and, more locally, Uvalde County Appraisal District staff can count on a level of frantic activity each year as taxpayers rush to remit their payments before February, when penalties and interest begin to accrue.
“We had a lot of people coming in to drop off their checks the last week of January,” Albert Mireles, UCAD chief appraiser, said of the flurry of payments his office received up until Feb. 1. Since Jan. 31 fell on a Sunday this year, Mireles said that property owners got a one-day extension and were able to pay their tax bills that Monday.
God steered the way for Richard Williams and Linda Ramon to become the community-minded and volunteer-oriented Uvalde residents that earned them the titles of Uvaldean of the Year and Volunteer of the Year, respectively, at the 96th-annual Uvalde Area Chamber of Commerce banquet held Friday night.
While long lists of accomplishments were given by presenters – including Williams’ son, Patrick, and Ramon’s fellow community volunteer Jan Elliott – both honorees said it was their Lord who guided them in life.
Before introducing his father as the year’s top Uvaldean, Patrick Williams read from a list that contained descriptions of Richard Williams given by nominators. The list included, “problem solver,” “no task too big,” “makes things happen,” and “community leader.”
At least two people–believed to be a man and a woman – and a dog were killed on Friday at a home off Farm to Market Road 140, where multiple law enforcement agencies remained yesterday and were still engaged in a tense standoff with an armed man.