If taken out right away a thorn does not cause a lot of harm, but if left to fester over time it becomes much more painful and harder to remove. The same can be said of grudges, according to the Rev. Tony Gruben, of Baptist Temple Church in Uvalde. “Reconciliation Uvalde” starts today in an effort to introduce the process of healing wounded communities.
The city of Uvalde will conduct a fall cleanup at Hillcrest Cemetery, located at 1300 W. Main St., on Oct. 14-15. All flowers, ornaments, decorations and other items must be removed from each grave no later than Monday, Oct. 13. Cemetery staff will remove and dispose of all items that are not removed by that date.
Submitted by Edgar on September 27, 2014 - 11:01pm
by KIMBERLY RUBIO
Sabrina Vielma, who was indicted for capital murder for the December 2011 death of her 4-year-old son, will likely see her case go to trial in April 2016. The tentative trial date was set after Judge Camile DuBose, who presides over the 38th judicial district, heard positions from the prosecution and defense on motions filed by Vielma’s attorney, Steven Pickell. The hearing was held at the Uvalde County Courthouse.
Submitted by Edgar on September 27, 2014 - 10:59pm
by KIMBERLY RUBIO
When investigating a case, Uvalde police are looking for the who, what, when, where, why and how of a matter, and to answer those questions investigators rely on evidence seized at the scene of a crime. At the Uvalde Police Department, evidence is stored in the evidence room along with found property like money or cell phones.
Submitted by Edgar on September 27, 2014 - 10:58pm
We all know by now that digital advertising is an easy way to put your product out there, but utilizing the Internet to reach potential customers is not always a sure thing unless you have a balanced and perfectly planned approach. After all, getting eyes on something does not necessarily translate into increased business.
Submitted by Edgar on September 27, 2014 - 10:56pm
Southwest Texas Junior College will host the second National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association rodeo of the season Thursday through Saturday at the Uvalde County Arena at the Fairplex. Evening performances will start at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Over 350 collegiate athletes, representing some 15 colleges and universities in the southern region are expected to compete in Uvalde.
Trying to climb through the ceiling of the Uvalde Police Department to avoid detainment only added a third charge for a Uvalde man who crashed his pickup truck downtown while allegedly intoxicated. Joseph Flores Morales, 28, of 416 Homestead Road, was arrested by Uvalde Police Department on charges of driving while intoxicated, criminal mischief with damages totaling between $50 and $500, and attempting to escape custody.
New rates for leasing facilities at the Uvalde County Fairplex will go into effect on Wednesday, after being approved by Uvalde County Commissioners who posed questions about decreases and increases in various rates. Although fairplex manager Wendy Speer was not present for the meeting, she submitted a detailed fee schedule, which was formulated by a committee that includes Uvalde County Judge Bill Mitchell, auditor Alice Chapman, and treasurer Joni Deorsam.
With scarce rains and the price of some commodities fetching less than half of what they did several years ago, many growers have found that they can make good money by not planting crops and instead receive money for not irrigating. Started by Edwards Aquifer Authority as part of its Habitat Conservation Plan, the Voluntary Irrigation Suspension Program Option, or VISPO, allows people who own Edwards Aquifer water permits to temporarily lease those rights to the Edwards Aquifer Authority.