Thursday, January 17, 2019
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Crews from All Aquatics began construction on the first of three playgrounds at Palo Patino Park last week. In addition to the playground, crews have also begun removing the antiquated playground... + continue reading
Thursday, January 17, 2019
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50-50 match has $5,000 cap...A year after Pearsall was named a Main Street City by the Texas Historical Commission, city councilors have approved a façade improvement grant program. The $20,000 line... + continue reading
Thursday, January 17, 2019
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5,343 compensatory hours in 2018...Frio County’s apparent backlog of employee compensatory time has prompted commissioners to question Sheriff Albert DeLeon on the divisive issue.Commissioners... + continue reading
Thursday, January 10, 2019
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"There are no available plots..."Those who have not purchased plots at the Frio County Cemetery will have to look elsewhere for a final resting place.It was after several concerns were brought to the... + continue reading
Thursday, January 10, 2019
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2019 GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALLPearsall dropped a decision to Jourdanton before turning things around and winning the Comfort Tournament with a 3-1 mark and notching a win over Bandera prior to... + continue reading

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01/17/2019
2019 BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALLDilley struggled through a 2-4 stretch prior to and following the holiday break but won their last two games including a 68-39 throttling of Natalia in the District 30-3A opener last week. Prior to Christmas, Dilley dropped a 49-34 decision to Class 4A Devine and then lost a 103-55 decision to Sunnybrook Christian... + continue reading
01/17/2019
2019 HIGH SCHOOL POWERLIFTINGKristal Rodriguez won her weight class while the Lady Wolves finished third overall at the Laredo Martin Powerlifting Invitational on Saturday, January 12.Dilley finished four points shy of second place Laredo Cigarroa and 16 points behind team champion Hebbronville in their first meet of the season.The Lady Wolves... + continue reading

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2018 HIGH SCHOOL POWERLIFTINGCotulla powerlifting opened its 2019 season at the Natalia meet on Saturday, January 5 with the Cowgirls taking second and Cowboys third at the event.The Cowgirls had nine lifters place at the meet and Victoria Gonzalez was named the event's Outstanding Heavyweight Lifter after posting a total weight of 1,060 lbs. in... + continue reading
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2019 GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALLPearsall dropped a decision to Jourdanton before turning things around and winning the Comfort Tournament with a 3-1 mark and notching a win over Bandera prior to notching a win over Carrizo Springs in their league opener on January 4.The Lady Mavs were able to turn things around following a recent slump that saw... + continue reading
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A turbulent and terrific 2018...With the burning down of a historical building as a result of arson in January and ending with local law enforcement locating a kidnapped child in California in December, Frio County has seen a number of noteworthy events throughout 2018.County and local leaders look back over the eventful year, recalling some of... + continue reading

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2019 HIGH SCHOOL POWERLIFTINGKristal Rodriguez won her weight class while the Lady Wolves finished third overall at the Laredo Martin Powerlifting Invitational on Saturday, January 12.Dilley finished... + continue reading

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HURD ON THE HILLIt is the privilege of a lifetime to continue serving as Representative of the good folks of the 23rd District of Texas. My bosses are each of you, the nearly 800,000 people I... + continue reading

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January is School Board Recognition Month and Dilley Independent School District is joining other districts across the state to honor the countless contributions of these locally elected advocates... + continue reading