Lobos capture part of first place

UHS girls defeat Harlandale 2-1 It was a huge night for the Uvalde Lobos Tuesday. With their 2-1 victory over the San Antonio Harlandale Indians, the Lobos pulled into a first place tie in the District 29-5A soccer standings. The Lobos extended their current winning steak to five matches in a row. They handed the Harlandale girls their first district […]

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Fairy godmother project aims to collect 300 dresses

Donations may be dropped off at First Baptist Church in Uvalde through tomorrow On-campus stylists, fitting rooms and seamstresses might not be a reality for Uvalde High School’s prom night, but locals can make a difference for teen girls without a formal gown by donating to a joint closet created by UHS and First Baptist Church of Uvalde. With a […]

Don’t mess with Castano: Flores student is yellow belt

Charley Robinson Staff writer Bullies best steer clear of at least one Flores Elementary School sixth-grader. Eleven-year-old Malachi Castano is currently ranked a yellow belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. Malachi is entering his third year of training and competing in jiu-jitsu and has gained the reputation of one of the toughest kids to beat at tournaments. Malachi lives in Uvalde with […]

First State Bank promotes four to lead departments

First State Bank of Uvalde chairman Chip Briscoe and president/chief operating  officer Chad Stary have announced the promotions and naming of four senior vice presidents to lead departments within the bank: Janet Foley, mortgage loan department; Cody Smith, trust department; Marvin Zimmerman, compliance/audit department; and Ed Kreusel, investment department. Janet Foley Janet Foley was promoted to chief mortgage loan officer […]

Who’s in and who’s out?

Romero wins clerk’s race in Democratic Party primary Meghann Garcia Managing editor Candidate fields are set locally and statewide for the November general election. Uvalde County clerk Donna M. Williams and Commissioner Raul T. Flores did not receive the Democratic Party’s nomination for a re-election bid in November, but fellow incumbents Commissioner Mariano Pargas Jr. and Neto Luna retained firm […]

Coyotes face St. Mary’s Hall in Tivy tournament opener

Today at Kerrville, the Uvalde Coyotes will begin action in the Joseph A. Tivy Baseball Classic. The Coyotes will take on the San Antonio St. Mary’s Hall Barons in a game set for a noon start. At 7 p.m. today, the Coyotes will play their second game of the tournament when they take on the Schertz St. John Paul II […]

John A. Allen

John A. Allen John Anthony Allen, 41, of Ingram, formerly of Uvalde, died on March 1, 2018, in Bandera County. He was born on March 24, 1976, in Uvalde to Debbie Moore and Vernon Standley Jr. He married Mary Evans on April 19, 2007, in Leakey. He was a skilled carpenter, mechanic, fisherman and lover of family and anything outdoors. […]