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Letters to the Editor

Revolution by votes     As I recall the January 6 calamity, I began to think what would people like Jefferson think about the rioting of the Capital Building. Would it remind him of Shay’s Rebellion or the French Revolution. Let us not forget that he also was the author of the Declaration of Independence. Jefferson would look at the […]

Uvalde sidewalks hold clues to city’s history

As a Uvalde native, a ’67 Uvalde HS graduate, businessman, college educator, and realtor, Terry Carson, who now lives in Concan, is quite familiar with the streets and sidewalks of Uvalde. Carson says his interest in the historical stamps and stencils engraved on city and neighborhood sidewalks began about nine years ago when he lived on W. Leona. At first, […]

Pastor’s Column: God’s love was manifested for one another

John 3:16 For God so loved the world that He gave His only son Jesus Christ that whosever shall believe in Him shall not perish but Have everlasting life; for God did not send His son into the world to condemn the world but that the world through Him might be saved. He that believes on Him is not condemned, […]

Lobos claim top honors at tourney

The Uvalde Lobos won the Uvalde High School Invitational golf tournament played last Tuesday at Uvalde Memorial golf course. Coach Roy Torres’ Lobos posted a team score of 367 to finish 12 strokes ahead of the runner-up Eagle Pass Eagles, who totaled 379 strokes. “It was a good day for golf and our girls played well,” said Coach Torres. Macey […]

Rocking along at our own pace in the country

Little did I know that my longtime wife would one day evolve into the Rock Lady. It must have been inevitable, given that we live at The Place where rocks are our most dependable crop. She started small, gathering palm-sized flat rocks that would provide a paintable surface. The next step was corralling all the grandchildren. They would spend hours […]

Two UHS athletes to compete in state powerlift meet

Uvalde High School will have two entrants in the state powerlifting meet next Friday. Senior Andriah Treviño and sophomore Marilyn Olivarez will represent UHS in the Class 4A Big Schools competition of the meet in Comerica Center at Frisco. Treviño will vie in the super heavy weight class and Olivarez will vie in the 165-pound weight class. For Treviño it […]

Vaughan is state champ, nationals bound

 Uvalde High School junior Ava Vaughan is going to the Business Professionals of America national competition, after besting at least 70 competitors in the fundamental spreadsheet category and winning the state champion title. The national competition is set for April 25-30 in California.  The state meet was held March 2-5 in Dallas, where Vaughan was joined by six other members […]

Sports Briefs

Tennis players win in San Angelo tournament The Uvalde High School tennis team won a lot of matches in San Angelo Slam tournament action last Thursday.Allison Goggans won the girls singles title.Elizabeth Phillips won one of her three matches.Jacob Flores captured third place in boys singles. More results will appear in a future edition of the Leader-News. Lobos resume district […]


Tuesday, March 14 The Herby Ham Activity Center will be having goodie bingo at 2 p.m. The event is free to the public. FMI, 830-591-2711. Join Les Brieden every Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. for a woodworking class. Fee is $5 per class or $30 a month. FMI, 830-591-2711. The Uvalde Retired Teachers will meet at noon at […]