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Lobos battle Jags in softball

The Uvalde Lobos will face their longest District 29-4A softball road trip of the season Tuesday night when they travel to Floresville to take on the Floresville Jaguars. Action will get under way at 7:15 p.m. Coach Rebecca Clements’ Jaguars, 3-1 in district and 9-9 for the season, trounced the San Antonio Memorial Lady Minutemen, 17-0, in district action Thursday. Floresville’s only district loss, thus far, has been a 3-2 loss to San Antonio McCollum.
 
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Coach of the Year

KIM EAGLE STAFF WRITER.
 
James Ortiz has been named National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Coach of the Year for the 2013-2014 school year. He is on his fifth season as head coach for mens’s cross-country and track and field programs at Colby Community College in Kansas. In 2002 Ortiz graduated from Uvalde High School, where he enjoyed a successful cross-country career.
 
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Alvarez ditches police - twice

A Uvalde man with a warrant out for his arrest is on the loose after evading arrest twice in one night – once during a high-speed pursuit and again, hours later, on foot. Gerardo Alvarez, 30, first got away from police when his car passenger threw himself out of the moving vehicle. According to Lt. Mike Hernandez, Officer Gregory Villa pulled over to assist the passenger.
 
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Ambulance versus biker

Mary Bales holds the Uvalde Leader-News while perched on “The Ledge” on the Skydeck of the Willis Tower. The glass bay, located on the 103rd floor, provides an unobstructed view of Chicago through the windows and glass floor – 1,353 feet straight down. Greg and Mary Bales visited the 110-story Chicago icon while visiting their daughter, Amy, and new son-in-law, Marco Noetzli.
 
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Uvalde Leader-News photo contest

Mary Bales holds the Uvalde Leader-News while perched on “The Ledge” on the Skydeck of the Willis Tower. The glass bay, located on the 103rd floor, provides an unobstructed view of Chicago through the windows and glass floor – 1,353 feet straight down. Greg and Mary Bales visited the 110-story Chicago icon while visiting their daughter, Amy, and new son-in-law, Marco Noetzli.
 
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Motorcyclists visit park monument

More than 100 motorcycle riders pulled into Uvalde on Tuesday morning as part of the 2014 Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway Motorcycle Run. U.S. Highway 83 in Texas has been officially designated as the Texas Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway, and each year a group of motorcycle riders travel the highway from Perryton, in North Texas, to Brownsville, in South Texas, as a way of honoring Vietnam veterans from Texas.
 
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Death of a salesman?

City Council is putting a stop to mobile vending in the city of Uvalde – in a way. The city fathers voted Tuesday evening to approve an ordinance regulating itinerant vendors and eliminating door-todoor sales. The ordinance does not apply to mobile food vendors who stop their vehicle on a public street at the request of a customer, as long as the transaction takes less than 15 minutes.
 
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Goodbye, Uvalde Junior High

KIM EAGLE STAFF WRITER.
 
Uvalde Junior High School and Uvalde High School’s new gym, auditorium and old gym, as well as the West Garden building, will each be renamed. They will be named after Genoveva Morales, the Rev. Harvey Kinchlow, John Harrell, Oscar H. Cruz and Praxedis Mata Torres, respectively. Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District has decided to honor these individuals who exemplify the core values of compassion, dedication, excellence, integrity, respect and responsibility by naming district buildings in their honor.
 
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Uvalde Leader-News photo contest

Caleb Carter, Shae Bailey, and Skye Bailey (left to right) read the Uvalde Leader-News high above New York City on the Empire State Building.
 
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New police chief settles in town

Although he has been on board for only one week, Uvalde Police Chief Eric Herrera has used that time to evaluate the department and set a variety of goals that he believes, once reached, will bring a positive change in the community. Herrera, who came to the department from Pecos, where he was employed as a sheriff’s deputy for Reeves County, has over 30 years of experience in law enforcement.
 

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