William Stout

William Stout William O’Neil Stout, 75, of Utopia died on April 15, 2019, at Bandera Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. A memorial service will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m. at First United Methodist Church Annex in Utopia. He was born on April 21, 1943, in Hylton to Vivian (Doggett) and Walter William Stout. He married Rita Garrett Moore on […]

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Newspaper claims contest awards

The Uvalde Leader-News earned honors in 10 different categories in the 2019 Better Newspaper Contest sponsored by the South Texas Press Association. The awards were announced last weekend in La Grange during the STPA’s 93rd-annual convention. Pete Luna, circulation manager and photographer, was named Photographer of the Year and also won first place honors for feature pictures and sports pictures […]

UPD officer on wrong end of wreck

A driver and his passenger had to be extracted from their Buick Tuesday night after they were struck by a Uvalde Police Department patrol vehicle at the intersection of Wood and Main streets. The force of the impact caused the Buick to strike a light pole. UPD Sgt. Daniel Coronado was behind the wheel of the Dodge Charger. Coronado, along […]

Spring football practice gets underway Monday

Spring football practice for the 2019 Uvalde Coyotes will begin Monday. The first practice will start at 5 p.m. Topping off the spring practice season will be the Uvalde High School spring football game scheduled for May 16 in the Honey Bowl. Because the Coyotes will participate in spring football this year, they will begin their fall workout one week […]

Coyotes howl in 11-0 baseball rout

After being shutout in their previous game, the Uvalde Coyotes made up for it in a big way Monday night as they collared the Somerset Bulldogs, 11-0, in district baseball action. Playing before a large home crowd at Marvin Kolinek Field, the Coyotes banged out 10 hits and took advantage of three Somerset errors on the way to their lopsided […]

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Brieden displays quilt collection

Kay Brieden was on hand April 11 during the El Progreso Club meeting to display her collection of quilts. The meeting took place at the El Progreso Memorial Library. According to club members, each of the quilts had a story and many date back generations. Quilt names included Irish Chain, Doll, Flour Sack and Friendship. (more…)

William Van Pelt

William Van Pelt William ”Chuck” Van Pelt, 61, of Sabinal, passed away on April 8, 2019, at home. He was born on Sept. 11, 1957, in Uvalde, Texas. He was preceded in death by parents, Maurice and Frankie Ogden and Charles Van Pelt; one sister, Rhonda Pennington; and one niece, Lacey Ogden. He is survived by his wife, Tricia; two […]