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La Vernia maze

La Vernia maze

While planning a design for this fall, the current situation in Texas has changed the course for the 2017 Circle N Maze season. This year’s design is "Texas Strong," and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to hurricane relief. The maze opens to the public Saturday, Sept. 23. Full Story »

Big Bend inspires big dreams

Big Bend inspires big dreams

Margaret Wortham, recently retired fine arts teacher from La Vernia Primary School, and Jennifer Zimmerle, a retired high school math teacher from San Antonio, have been best friends since they met in their early 20s at the Fiesta Dinner Playhouse, where they were servers. The two young women hit it off and began to travel with each other. One of their favorite destinations was Big Bend National Park in western Texas. Full Story »

Hugs, handshakes, and hard work

One of my favorite parts of the Mass is when we are invited to share a sign of God’s peace. The hugs and handshakes from everyone around me offer love and encouragement, especially during difficult times. Full Story »

Lady Bears maul Devine

The La Vernia Lady Bears took down the Lady Warhorses Sept. 5 in Devine, 25-17, 25-15, and 26-24, to bring their overall record to 23-1 and maintain their status as No. 4 in the state in 4A volleyball. Full Story »

Texas begins long march toward recovery from Hurricane Harvey

As contaminated waters receded and mountains of debris from flooded homes and ruined belongings grew last week, a picture of post-hurricane Texas developed and the process of weighing impacts to lives, property, and infrastructure began. Full Story »

Faith, hope, and love in action in Rockport

Faith, hope, and love in action in Rockport

Story and photos by: Reuben Garcia Full Story »

Chihuahua Street improvements in concept phase

Chihuahua Street improvements in concept phase

"Development is jumping over Loop 1604 and coming our way," La Vernia Mayor Robert Gregory said Aug. 24 at a meeting at City Hall. Full Story »

God’s law is simple: love

"How can I help?" This is a question we’ve heard a lot over the past month. We see the damage and loss around us and are moved to compassion for our neighbors. There is something inside of each of us that wants to reach out and alleviate their suffering. There is something that causes our hearts to ache for these strangers who are left with no home, no livelihood, no transportation. Full Story »

Bears start strong, ultimately fall to tough Texans

Bears start strong, ultimately fall to tough Texans

By Phillip Higginbotham Full Story »

Welfare-to-work requirements and DACA

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