Resolutions sought for area deaths

Vielma faces 5-99 years in prison Kimberly Rubio Assistant editor Sabrina Vielma faces between 5-99 years in prison for the 2011 death of her 4-year-old son Davaughn Rodriguez. This week, Vielma, and those who have followed Davaughn’s story, will learn her fate. Vielma’s sentencing hearing, which is estimated to last three days, begins tomorrow in Medina County. Last month, as […]

Resolutions sought for area deaths

Trial canceled after Vara cuts off ankle monitor, flees Kimberly Rubio Assistant editor As of Friday afternoon, Jesus Noel Vara, who this week was set to stand trial for the 2015 death of his former brother-in-law, is considered an absconder. Vara, 39, was arrested in May of 2016 on indictments for manslaughter and possessing between 4 and 200 grams of […]

Coyotes win baseball series opener

UHS blanks Carroll in bi-district thriller It was a big night for Uvalde High School senior Roy Resma and his teammates Thursday at Devine High School. Resma pitched a three-hit shutout and figured in both runs scored by the Uvalde Coyotes, who blanked the Corpus Christi Carroll Tigers, 2-0, in bi-district baseball competition. With the win, the Coyotes gained a 1-0 […]

Juniors sought for summer golf action

Uvalde Memorial Golf Course director Clint Baack is looking for junior golfers to participate in PGA Junior League play, upcoming youth golf clinics and summer golf. Baack is running a free junior golf clinic from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. each Monday throughout the month of May. Area golfers, ages 5 to 17, are invited to participate in the clinic […]

Remembering North Getty Street as it was in the 50s

Longtime Uvaldeans, now in their seventies and eighties, will remember a time in the ’50s when North Getty was alive with activity. For the teenagers of that era, it was a place to be seen, a time when “draggin’ Getty” was a favorite pastime. Teenagers called it “the loop,” meaning the area between the El Lasso on the south end […]

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