Uvalde natives Shane Cuéllar (left) and Oscar “Scottie” Castañeda III check out the Uvalde Leader-News in Dubrovnik, Croatia. Last November, Castañeda and his family were on a cruise with a port call in Dubrovnik, and Cuéllar flew to Dubrovnik with his family. After checking social media sites, Castañeda realized Cuéllar was in Dubrovnik and the two made plans to meet during Castañeda’s port call. Dubrovnik is a well-preserved medieval walled city on the Adriatic Sea in South Eastern Europe.
Uvalde Volunteer Fire Department chief Gene Ayala checks out the Uvalde Leader-News while visiting the Fire Department of the City of New York Engine 10, Station 10 on his birthday, Dec 23, 2016. The station is located at 124 Liberty St. in New York, New York, across from the World Trade Center site and the 9/11 Memorial.
Uvalde Leader-News Newspapers in Education coordinator Olga Charles shares her copy of the newspaper with (standing, left to right) her cousins, Arturo Placencia, Victoria Placencia, and Aurora Placencia and her husband, Chovio, while vacationing in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Uvalde High School Class of 1989 graduates (left to right) Roy Torres, Mark Mirelez, and Ronnie Diaz, and Class of 1990 graduate Joe Almaraz huddle up to read the Leader-News at AT&T Stadium in Arlington when the Dallas Cowboys took on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The UHS alumni, all former Coyote varsity football players, attended the Dec. 18, 2016, game.