Residents of the Housing Authority of the City of Del Rio’s San Jose Housing Development have a new computer lab for schoolwork, GED classes and job searches, thanks to a donation from Walmart.
Family members, friends, work colleagues, supporters and several local elected officials joined Suzanne West at Mesquite Creek Outfitters Sunday as she announced her intention to seek the position of 63rd Judicial District Attorney in 2020.
The second annual Red, White and Blue 5K will be kicking off with a food truck night and scholarship fundraiser Friday, at Mesquite Creek Outfitters. Del Rioans can enjoy craft beer and register for the upcoming race.
This is the time for giving thanks for the bounteous harvest we have enjoyed. It is also a time of reflection. Many partook of HEB’s generosity yesterday as they shared their annual feast. Most of us are looking forward to sharing a Thanksgiving dinner of traditional family foods with loved ones later this month. But times are hard for some others and their pantries may be bare.
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