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Sun
29
May
Sun
29
May

Lt. Meyer, UPD part ways

Lieutenant John Meyer’s employment with the Uvalde Police Department was terminated on Wednesday, according to UPD Chief Eric Herrera. “Due to issues of violation of personnel policy of the city of Uvalde and Uvalde Police Department,
Thu
26
May

Young fishermen shoulder to shoulder at ponds

THE FOLLOWING was submitted by Mark Dietrich, administrative assistant at the National Fish Hatchery in Uvalde.
 
Thu
26
May
Thu
26
May

$112.6M figure incorrect

Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District trustees recently received the results of the 2015 Property Value Appeal for UCISD, which show a decrease of $6.5 million – not $112.6 million as reported on the front page of the May 19 edition of the Leader-News. 
Thu
26
May

Mendeke edges out Garcia

By MEGHANN GARCIA
 
Sun
22
May

Tuesday is last chance to vote

by Meghann Garcia, managing editor

Any Uvalde County voters who did not vote last week during the absentee period have one more chance on Tuesday, which is the official election day for primary runoff elections.

Polling sites across the county will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Last week, 1,266 people voted over the first four days of the absentee period, with 363 voting on Monday, 332 Tuesday, 301 Wednesday, and 270 on Thursday. The tally for Friday was not available when the newspaper was printed.

Of those 1,266 ballots, 1,213 were cast in the Democratic Party primary runoff, while 53 were for the Republican Party primary runoff.

Of the 668 ballots by mail requested, 374 have been returned to the Uvalde County elections office, headed by tax assessor/collector Maggie Del Toro. Completed mail-in ballots must be in the elections office by Tuesday.

Sun
22
May

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