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08
Jan

Schools have one year to improve grades

By MEGHANN GARCIA
 
Preliminary ratings released Friday morning left several local school districts with multiple Fs and few As, but they all have a year to bring up those grades before the Texas Education Agency officially switches from the current accountability system which labels campuses/districts as met standard or improvement required. The preliminary grades cover the same four categories districts are graded on currently. When the new accountability system goes into effect next year, schools will also be graded on a fifth category of student and community engagement.
 
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Sun
08
Jan

Nicholas controls traffic at UPD

By KIMBERLY RUBIO
 
Visitors to the Uvalde Police Department have probably encountered Martha Nicholas, the friendly face seated behind the window at the entrance of the West Main Street building. Nicholas has served as the department’s records clerk and receptionist since 2013. She previously served as a data entry clerk in San Antonio and, prior to that, a police clerk typist in Hondo.
 
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Sun
08
Jan

More than 4,000 citations submitted to city court last year

Just over one-third of the 4,220 citations law enforcement agencies and the city of Uvalde code enforcement office submitted to Uvalde Municipal Court for calendar year 2016 have been resolved. Of the citations – all issued between Jan. 1 and Dec. 29, 2016 – 2,762 are pending.
 
Thu
05
Jan

Leader-News photo contest

Robb Elementary third-grader Jett Flores, costumed as a portable toilet, takes a break with the Uvalde Leader-News after participating in the Kiwanis Club of Uvalde’s annual Halloween parade.
 
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Thu
05
Jan

First baby of 2017 is a girl

By KIMBERLY RUBIO
 
Thu
05
Jan

Uvalde City Councilman Steve Balke

Uvalde City Councilman Steve Balke shows off a plastic bag attainable at any of several dog waste stations at Uvalde Memorial Park. Uvalde City Council voted in September to erect signage and purchase bags to encourage park visitors to clean up after their pets.
 
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05
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Thu
05
Jan

Tables turning for school districts?

By CHEYENNE MUELLER
 
Thu
05
Jan

Groin pinch: Woman jailed for assaulting officer

While superstition calls for wearing red – which is said to bring love, luck, prosperity and good fortune – on New Year’s Eve, several individuals pushed their luck and instead donned orange jumpsuits for holiday weekend stays at the Uvalde County Jail. Included among the 15 individuals arrested between Friday and Sunday was 

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