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07
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‘Alice in Wonderland’ coming to Uvalde

With summer vacation now officially here, the Youth Players on the Plaza board is falling fast down the rabbit hole into a new production of “Alice in Wonderland.” According to Jan Elliott, board president, YouPOP is an amazing program that allows the youth of Uvalde to participate in an exciting summer of live theatre. Production dates are scheduled for July 25-27.
 
Wed
04
Jun
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Angry insects kill dog, sting Canales Street residents

KIMBERLY RUBIO STAFF WRITER.
 
A hive of honey bees, believed to be Africanized, created quite the buzz Saturday when they stung multiple people and killed one dog. At approximately 10:29 a.m. on Saturday, Uvalde paramedics and firefighters were dispatched to 105 E. Canales St. where a man had been stung by several bees while mowing the lawn at the vacant residence.
 
Wed
04
Jun
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McLaughlin, new council take charge

Over 100 people were in attendance on Tuesday evening when incoming Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin Jr. and newly-elected council representatives were sworn into office at the Willie De Leon Civic Center. Uvalde County Judge Bill Mitchell administered the oath of office to McLaughlin and council representatives Margaret Palermo, District 1; Roy Muñoz, District 3; and Ernest “Chip” King III, District 5.
 
Wed
04
Jun
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School is out (for some)

Summer school starts Monday for hundreds of UCISD students. Classes will be held Monday through Friday each week. Pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students will attend summer school at Anthon Elementary from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. First- through fourthgrade students will be housed at Robb Elementary from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
 
Wed
04
Jun
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HCR elects directors, needs new boss

Following their annual meeting on May 17, Hill Country Rivers has elected new members to its board of directors. According to Melissa Bates, board president, Chase Roosa was elected as vice president and Patti Van Pelt was selected as secretary/treasurer. Other board members are Rob Fayle, Tim Hester, Ed Poole and Charlie Reagor.
 
Sun
01
Jun
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On your mark, get set, go!

KIM EAGLE STAFF WRITER.
 
They met as strangers, grew as classmates and leave as friends. This is the message of Uvalde High School’s Class of 2014, who officially graduated from high school Friday night. The UHS band played “Pomp and Circumstance” as 229 seniors filed from the field house to their seats on the 50-yard line at the Honey Bowl Stadium at 8 p.m.
 
Sun
01
Jun
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Cowboys power through driving rain at Utopia rodeo

THE FOLLOWING was submitted by Wanda Waters of the Utopia Ranch Rodeo planning team.
 
For the past 12 years, the citizens of Utopia and surrounding areas have enjoyed an actionpacked ranch rodeo on the Sunday evening of Memorial Day weekend in the Utopia City Park arena. But the 2014 Utopia Ranch Rodeo may be the most memorable one yet.
 
Sun
01
Jun
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Starting at the bottom

With hundreds of area graduates taking stock of their high school diplomas and setting out for higher education and/or the workforce, we invited school, city, and county officials to take a look back at their first jobs. Uvalde County Judge Bill Mitchell worked at a dry cleaner’s, Sheriff Charles Mendeke was a grocerystore bagger, Uvalde school district assistant superintendent Hal Harrell was a maintenance worker and district superintendent Jeanette Ball made and sold sno-cones.
 
Sun
01
Jun
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Uvalde women bound for Middle East

KIM EAGLE STAFF WRITER.
 
Two local women will be heading out on a lifechanging experience next week as they deploy to the Middle East for the U.S. Army. Samantha Ives, a firstgrade teacher at Anthon Elementary, and SSgt. Margarita Guerra, mother of two Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District children, will be shipping out in 10 days to their respective locations for a nine-month tour of active duty.
 
Wed
28
May
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Frio flood spells fun

MEGHANN GARCIA MANAGING EDITOR.
 
The weekend floods in Uvalde County had residents leaving their homes, but the destination wasn’t higher ground. Instead, many rain revelers found themselves riverside, where they photographed and took video of formerly dry beds flush with fast-moving water. The Frio River rose dramatically on Sunday as Concan received up to a reported 8.8 inches of rain while Leakey followed closely with 7 inches.
 

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