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Green Gold agricultural exhibit hits paydirt

by LOGAN GARNETT
 
The Green Gold exhibit currently on display at the Weisman Museum of Southwest Texas is a delightfully rendered affair that should not be missed.
 
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09
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Cabbage outlook turning heads

Cabbage is an important crop in the South Texas Winter Garden area, and local producers assure that the outlook for 2014 is good. J Allen Carnes, president of Winter Garden Produce, said the cabbage harvest has been great up to this point.
 
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Garibay didn’t ‘like’ wife’s affair

by LOGAN GARNETT
 
A U.S. Border Patrol agent that allegedly murdered a man after he discovered an online affair between his wife and the victim is now facing charges of murder and assault, according to Medina County Sheriff’s Office.
 
Thu
09
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Way to London

“We had to go all the way to London to find rain, and boy did we find it,” said Cheryl Lowe, who holds up a copy of the Uvalde Leader-News alongside a member of the Metropolitan Police Services.
 
Sat
04
Jan
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Border agent detained

What the accused’s wife is describing on a social network as a love affair gone awry ended in death when her husband, a U.S. Border Patrol agent, allegedly killed her boyfriend before leading law enforcement on a high-speed chase from Hondo to Sabinal where he crashed. Adam Garibay, 33, of Corpus Christi, arrived in Medina County early Thursday morning and allegedly killed Keith Martin, according to Uvalde County Sheriff Charles Mendeke, whose agency assisted other law enforcement agencies at the crash site.
 
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First baby of 2014 arrives

The first baby born in 2014 at Uvalde Memorial Hospital came into the world on Wednesday morning – New Year’s Day – only two weeks and two days later than expected. Kason Maddox May arrived at 7:24 a.m. to parents Jessica Romo and Brandon May of Carrizo Springs. He weighed 5 pounds 11 ounces and measured 18 inches long. He was delivered by Dr. David White.
 
Sat
04
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Flu cases spreading

KIMBERLY RUBIO STAFF WRITER.
 
There have been 64 new cases of the flu reported from Dec. 17 through Jan. 2, bringing the total number of confirmed cases in Uvalde to 83. Those numbers were provided by staff at Uvalde Memorial Hospital and Community Health Development Inc. Karla Radicke, communications specialist at Uvalde Memorial Hospital, said the hospital began seeing positive flu results in early November, and has seen 58 cases since Dec. 17. That brings the hospital’s tally to 77 cases.
 
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04
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Buckle up children or pay up

KIMBERLY RUBIO STAFF WRITER.
 
Beginning this month, drivers who fail to properly restrain children riding in a motor vehicle could face a fine of up to $250 for a first offense. According to the Texas Department of Public Safety website, “a person commits an offense if the person operates a passenger vehicle, transports a child who is younger than 8 years of age, unless the child is taller than 4 feet, 9 inches, and does not keep the child secured during the operation of the vehicle in a child passenger safety seat system according to the instructions of the manufacturer of the safety seat system.”
 
Thu
02
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Photo contest ends, winners to be announced

As readers surely have noticed, for the last several months the Uvalde Leader-News has been publishing photos on the front page of folks displaying the newspaper in locations all over the globe – glaciers in Alaska, the Great Wall of China, South American waterfalls, a village in Zimbabwe, and many other great destinations. All told, 90 entries were sent in by noon Tuesday as part of a photo contest that the newspaper is holding. The contest will award cash prizes to the top three pictures.
 
Thu
02
Jan
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Furniture store collects nearly 3,000 cans of food

Just shy of 3,000 canned goods were collected this year as part of the Texas Home Furnishings Trim-a-Tree canned food drive, and with a total of 1,253 cans under its tree, Anthon Elementary raised the most for the cause and has been named contest winner. Michael Swift, store manager, said that they are very pleased with the total can count and that the numbers are very similar to what they have collected in the past.
 

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