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Thu
26
Feb

Manhunt nets driver after high-speed chase, cruiser crash

MARC ROBERTSON
A man who allegedly led law enforcement officers on a high-speed pursuit last week and who may have attempted ramming a sheriff’s deputy whose patrol cruiser had crashed has been taken into custody on a rake of felony charges that include assault and human trafficking.
 
 
Thu
19
Feb

End of the line

The Cotulla Cowgirls varsity basketball team leaves the court at Three Rivers on Monday evening, Feb. 16 after being defeated in the final seconds of overtime play, 67-64, in the bi-district playoff round against George West
 

 

Thu
12
Feb

Trail to the Alamo City

The Laredo Trail Riders passed through Frio County at the beginning of the week en route to San Antonio for the city's annual Stockshow and Rodeo.

 

Thu
12
Feb

Alvarez stays despite majority vote

BY BREYANA SEGURA
 
Thu
12
Feb
Thu
05
Feb

TxDOT ok’s $8M job for La Salle

The Texas Department of Transportation announced in a formal letter Tuesday, January 28 that it is giving the green light to a multimillion-dollar project that will serve to rebuild a
heavily used road in La Salle County from foundation to topcoat.
 
Thu
05
Feb

School’s out

More than half of the 1929-built Dilley Elementary School and auditorium have been demolished this week and all of the district's former cafeteria has been leveled as construction crews prepare the property for a new classroom wing that will be built this year for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders. The school district is undertaking a $25 million expansion plan that includes a new high school campus, classrooms, a band hall and gymnasium, and eventual transition of the existing Mary Harper Middle School to the present high school campus.

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