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60th annual La Vernia stock show, March 2-4

60th annual La Vernia stock show, March 2-4

The 60th La Vernia Junior Livestock & Poultry Show begins Thursday, March 2, and continues through Saturday, March 4, at the La Vernia Chamber of Commerce grounds, located at 12301 U.S. 87 W. in La Vernia. Full Story »

Take a bite out of crime: Protect your items in storage units

By Officer Charles Patty Full Story »

Make time to get up and stretch

I used to sew quite a bit. I have made terry cloth bathrobes for Christmas gifts for my sons, my husband, and two of my grandsons. For several years I made all of my husband’s western shirts -- the kind with snaps; he didn’t like buttons. And of course there were curtains for the house or some special article of clothing for myself. Full Story »

Lady Bears take first at Edgewood Tournament!

Lady Bears take first at Edgewood Tournament!

By Dwain Duke Full Story »

Joy Villa, FCC, leaks, and ‘H.R.’

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Serving up art, hope, faith — and good food

Serving up art, hope, faith — and good food

When La Vernia diners eat at the new Coyote Café, they can expect to get served more than just a meal. Along with food for their tummies, the Coyote Café offers food for their souls. Full Story »

Letter: We’re working to ensure EMS

Citizens in the greater La Vernia area, Full Story »

Your name is safe in their mouth

“What’s in a name?” asked Juliet in William Shakespeare’s famous play about a young couple, “Romeo and Juliet.” Full Story »

Bears open season with  2-1 win over Pleasanton

Bears open season with 2-1 win over Pleasanton

The La Vernia Bear soccer team opened its regular season with an away game against Pleasanton on Feb. 10, walking away with a 2-1 victory over the Eagles. Full Story »

Legislation banning sanctuary city policies clears hurdle

Gov. Greg Abbott on Feb. 8 praised the Texas Senate’s approval of legislation to ban sanctuary cities, an item on his priority list for the current legislative session. Full Story »