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No problems at local voting site

By MEGHANN GARCIA
 
Despite what a friend of a friend may claim on social media, no complaints of electronically changed votes or voting difficulties have been logged in Uvalde County as of Thursday, when the early voting by personal appearance tally had climbed to 2,130. On Thursday, voters numbered 524; Wednesday, 488; Tuesday, 542; and Monday, 576.
Sun
30
Oct

Hausman’s work to be featured at fall fair

THE FOLLOWING was submitted by Diana Wise, 2016 Utopia Fall Fair director.
 
Sun
30
Oct

UPD, SO prepare for toy drives

By KIMBERLY RUBIO
 
Preparations are underway for area toy drives to ensure local children in Uvalde County receive a gift for Christmas. The Uvalde Police Officers’ Association is now accepting applications for the annual Operation Blue Santa toy drive.
 
Thu
27
Oct

More than 1K people show up for early voting

 
 
 
by Meghann Garcia, managing editor
During the first two days of early voting, which is being held this week and next at the Willie De Leon Civic Center, more than 1,118 people stood in line to cast a ballot.
 
On Monday, voters numbered 576, and on Tuesday, 542. Additionally, six provisional ballots were also submitted by residents whose voter registration could not be confirmed at the polling site.
 
Tax assessor/collector Maggie Del Toro, who oversees elections for Uvalde County, said these numbers indicate a good turnout.
 
“We anticipated that,” Del Toro said, adding that presidential elections typically generate more excitement for voting.
 
Thu
27
Oct

Drama club members planning NYC trip

By CHEYENNE MUELLER
 
Thu
27
Oct

Traffic control still major complaint

By KIMBERLY RUBIO
 
From construction to traffic violations, streets were a hot topic Tuesday during a 6 p.m. Uvalde City Council meeting. In addition to a discussion by council members regarding entering into the second portion of the first phase of a $10 million street improvement project, two city residents were present to address speeding on roadways.
Thu
27
Oct

Three men questioned over vehicle burglaries

By KIMBERLY RUBIO
 
Three men face charges for vehicle burglary and engaging in organized criminal activity after they allegedly burglarized nine vehicles over the past two weeks. The Uvalde Police Department began receiving reports of vehicle burglaries on Oct. 10 but lawmen were unable to identify suspects until Sunday.
 
Thu
27
Oct

Judges rate UHS band superior

By CHEYENNE MUELLER
 
Thu
27
Oct

Fajita Fiesta for the El Progreso Memorial Library

Camille Sanders, joined by Matt Visel on drums, Darrel Zimmerman on bass, and Mark Buchanan on guitar performed at the Fajita Fiesta for the El Progreso Memorial Library. The fundraiser and took place on Oct. 20 and raised approximately $7,000 for the library.
 

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