Editorial: Federal funds are needed at border

While the number of migrants being dropped off in Uvalde has not reached the 25 per day forecast last month, the humanitarian crisis at our southern border has gone unchecked. In the last month alone, the U.S. Border Patrol’s Del Rio sector has detained thousands of family units, largely from Central America but also those fleeing far-flung nations in West […]

Scouts visit sheriff’s office

Cub Scout Pack 244 and Boy Scout Troop 181 members were joined Friday, June 7 by friends and family as they toured the Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office, which also houses the judicial chambers of Justice of the Peace Nieto Luna. In addition, the scouts held a flag-raising ceremony in front of the Uvalde County Fairplex. After the ceremony, Uvalde County […]