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San Felipe Del Rio Consolidated Independent School District issued guidelines for the upcoming graduation ceremonies. Seniors can look forward to the upcoming celebration, while attendees are encouraged by the school district to abide by the guidelines.

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A terrier mix dog is recovering from a broken leg and emotional trauma after it was thrown to the ground, while local animal coalitions seek help from the community in order to continue funding medical bills

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Members of Del Rio’s American Legion Post #595 and of several other organizations met in the San Felipe Cemetery Sunday to replace U.S. flags on the graves of military veterans

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The city canceled its annual Memorial Day observance because of the COVID-19 crisis, but that didn’t stop one member of the Del Rio City Council from honoring the area’s military members who had made the ultimate sacrifice

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Last week, as I was researching a story on the city’s completed Qualia Relief Route in south Del Rio, using Google Maps, I started looking around at several other areas of south Del Rio and realized it had been years since I’d driven by the city’s water treatment plant there

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Amid the COVID-19 crisis STAT Specialty Hospital is providing quick turnaround testing to residents of Del Rio and Val Verde County, with both serology and PCR test kits immediately available, the medical facility announced Tuesday

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Graduating seniors will begin their final clearance this week, in order to participate in the upcoming graduation ceremonies and bid farewell to their high school career

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The City of Del Rio and Del Rio Police Department are looking for assistance from the public in a death investigation, after the body of an individual was found recently inside a tractor trailer parked in the city’s north side

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The U.S. census is here and future funding for the city of Del Rio and Val Verde County will rely on Del Rioans coming together and filling out the questionnaire, a census committee co-chair said

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Del Rio High School’s Air Force Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps – AFJROTC – received a distinguished unit award for the 2019-2020 school year. The unit is one of many selected across the nation to receive the award

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Members of the Del Rio Building Standards Commission will take no further action to order the demolition of a North Main Street house after lauding its owner for “great progress” in starting repairs on the structure

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Four days short of the one-month mark without any new cases of COVID-19 in Del Rio and Val Verde County, city officials announced Friday a new positive, the 14th since the global pandemic arrived in town in late March.

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Del Rio High School graduates can prepare their caps and gowns, as a graduation ceremony with some traditional aspects was presented to San Felipe Del Rio Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic Laughlin Air Force Base will be paying homage to local first responders on Thursday, when aircraft representing each one of the three pilot training programs in the Del Rio facility will be doing a fly by, military officials said

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The city’s core services have continued without interruption throughout the COVID-19 crisis, City Manager Matt Wojnowski told city council members Monday

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City of Del Rio Mayor Bruno Lozano congratulated the Class of 2020, while sharing words of encouragement to the graduates and recognizing others that contributed to their success

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Del Rio Police Department Chief Fred Knoll Jr. told members of the city council enforcing restrictions against certain activities in city parks “has become a game of cat-and-mouse”

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A Del Rio teen was recently awarded Texas Environmental Excellence Awards winner in the individual category, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality announced

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The International Good Neighbor Council announced the upcoming fourth annual Fiesta de Amistad theme art contest, while opening up the contest to the community this year

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Demand for breakfast and lunch meal delivery provided by San Felipe Del Rio Consolidated Independent School District remains consistent overall, while there was a slight increase in breakfast demand and decrease in lunch demand during the first full week in May

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City council members on Monday will consider a new public health declaration that could include keeping city pools closed all summer, limiting access to city parks along the creek and prohibiting door-to-door sales

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The City of Del Rio’s Animal Control Division received less calls in April, as the amount of loose animals on the streets has decreased, a city official said. While a local animal advocacy group is at capacity and struggles to gather funds during the current crisis

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ACUÑA, México – La presencia de las fuerzas armadas para el combate del crimen en el país es necesaria, ya que el problema rebasa a la recién creada Guardia Nacional, dijo el diputado local por UDC Emilio de Hoyos respecto a la utilización del ejército en tareas de seguridad pública

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De forma colegiada, el Comité Local de Seguimiento, con prudencia, de manera ordenada y paulatina, determinará los protocolos y la reapertura de las actividades en los ámbitos económico y social, informó el alcalde Roberto de los Santos Vázquez

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection has temporarily suspended its unmanned aircraft program in San Angelo, after an incident with one of its aircrafts at Mathis Field, the agency announced Friday afternoon

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The Del Rio High School robotics team will get an opportunity to replay the 2020 season next year, after it was cut short due to the COVID-19 crisis, For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology, also known as FIRST, announced

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Although much of the pomp and circumstance leading up to this year’s high school graduation has been canceled, one yearly tradition will take place albeit different means. In order for the event to be a success, help from the community is needed, the event’s organizer said