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Thu
19
May

Nearly 700 ballots cast on Monday, Tuesday

By MEGHANN GARCIA
 
Nearly 700 votes were cast during the first two days of voting by personal appearance at the Willie De Leon Civic Center. Early voting in advance of the May 24 primary runoff elections is still underway at the civic center.
 
Thu
19
May

Vehicle burglars nabbed

Two men were arrested on Wednesday for allegedly burglarizing multiple vehicles during a spree over Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. The Uvalde Police Department was able to connect the men to the string of burglaries due to a GPS tracking system installed in a stolen cell 
Thu
19
May

UHS students will be subject to randomized drug tests

Beginning in August, Uvalde High School students who participate in extracurricular school activities or obtain a parking permit will be subject to random drug testing. The implementation of random drug testing was approved Monday night during a Uvalde 
Sun
15
May

Uvalde Food Pantry has new director in Kimble

By KIMBERLY RUBIO
 
After nine years, Tru Hiatt has stepped down from her position as Uvalde Food Pantry board president and handed the reins over to board member Travis Kimble. Kimble joined the board in January. His wife, Kelley Kimble, also serves on the board as the organization’s treasurer.
 
Sun
15
May

Early voting for primary runoff starts tomorrow

Early voting begins tomorrow for the May 24 primary election that will decide a new Uvalde County Sheriff for Democrat Party primary voters. Early voting for Uvalde Count
Sun
15
May
Sun
15
May

UCAD to UCISD: Rumors not true

By LOGAN GARNETT

Fri
13
May

Plaque honoring fallen deputy sheriff unveiled during ceremony

 

 

by Kimberly Rubio, staff writer

The grandchildren of fallen Uvalde County Chief Deputy Sheriff John Wesley Haygood were present Monday for the unveiling of a plaque honoring their grandfather, who was killed in the line of duty on Feb. 28, 1935.

The reveal was held during the annual fallen officers’ ceremony at the Uvalde County Fairplex, where Haygood and nine others were memorialized.

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