The need for immunizations does not end with childhood – it remains important throughout adulthood as well. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that not only do vaccines received as a child wear off over time, adults are also at risk for new and different diseases based on age, health condition, lifestyle, job, and travel.
The application of lip balm led one man to allegedly run down his wife with an all-terrain vehicle in what she described as an attempt to kill her. Stephen Scott Sutherland, 50, of 9720 U.S Highway 83, was arrested by Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office on charges of aggravated kidnapping; two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; two counts of assault causing impediment to breathing, family violence; and endangering a child.
The list of exhibitors has been released for the 2015 Uvalde County Junior Livestock Show and Sale, which will be held Jan. 22-24. This year’s show will feature 302 entries and includes a new category – baked foods. The show will be held at the Uvalde County Arena at the Fairplex, starting Thursday, Jan. 22. The final schedule of events will be available later this week.
Michelle Alvarez and Gabriel Ramirez welcomed their first daughter and newest addition to their family, Ambrielle, on Thursday evening. Ambrielle Ramirez – though they are already calling her Bri for short – was the first baby born at Uvalde Memorial Hospital, arriving at 9:11 p.m. on New Year’s Day. She weighed 6 pounds 7 ounces and was 18.5 inches long
Uvalde County Judge Bill Mitchell is back at work following a medical absence due to heart surgery. And he’s back to business as usual, dealing daily with issues involving teenagers at Uvalde High School and the community at large
How do you know if your child is showing symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or just typical childhood behavior? That is a question that all parents probably ask themselves at one point or another during the child-rearing process. And for 9-10 percent of those parents, the diagnosis will be ADHD
With over 100 years of experience between the four men, local firefighters Gene Ayala, Tom Brewer, Roy Joe Howard and Jimmy Joe Howard have fought all types of home fires ranging from minor to an incident involving four fatalities. This year alone, firefighters have responded to 21 house fires with five homes having been destroyed within the last few months.
In the event of an activeshooter situation, city residents can rest more easily now that eight members of the Uvalde Police Department and a reserve deputy from the Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office have completed training to prepare for such a situation. Officers who took part in the class were Uvalde Police Lt. John Meyer; sergeants Amy Maldonado and Javier Martinez; Detective Leo Flores; and officers Chad Kretschmer, Hoshi Segura and Rudy Astran III.
Uvalde Food Pantry volunteers gathered Saturday to distributed 615 holiday meal bags to Uvalde families experiencing economic hardship. The meal program is a traditional event in Uvalde, but this year Eagle Scout-hopeful Carlos Koehl stepped up to administer the program.
Uvalde County elected officials will be sworn into office in ceremonies to be held at 12:01 a.m. on Jan. 1, 2015. The event, which is open to the public, will be held in the district courtroom of the Uvalde County Courthouse. Uvalde County Judge William R. Mitchell will take the oath of office first as it is administered by notary public Valerie Del Toro Romero. Once Mitchell is sworn-in, he will then administer the oath to the other officials.