Uvalde Police Department Cpl. Ramon Morin takes notes as he speaks to a woman involved in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of North High and Leona streets. Also pictured is UPD Cpl. Greg Villa (far right) and officer Michael Wally (far left). The accident occurred Wednesday morning.
Uvalde Police Department Sgt. Daniel Coronado shines a flashlight on a damaged utility pole following a hit-and-run incident in the 400 block of North High Street. The one-vehicle accident occurred Monday night. Also pictured (facing away) is UPD Officer Anthony Gonzales.
Uvalde Volunteer Fire Department firefighters responded to four calls, including a gasoline spill, over the past 10 days. On Aug. 14, at 4:08 a.m., firefighters were dispatched to Mr. Cartender’s at 444 W. Main St., for a gasoline spill.
by Cheyenne Mueller, staff writer The 20th anniversary of Palomino Fest will take place at the Uvalde County Fairplex during Labor Day weekend. The three-day festival began in 1996, spearheaded by hometown band Los Palominos, which won a Grammy in 1999.
Over the years, the success of the Palomino Fest has culminated into a celebration of southwest Texas heritage. The festival offers live music concerts, a professional rodeo event, a parade, and a carnival. Each year, over 20,000 people – locals and visitors – traverse the gates to take advantage of the long weekend.
Pre-sale weekend mega passes are available at Oasis Outback or online for $15. Mega passes will be good for all three days.
“What? No tubing in Uvalde because of the rain! Good thing I’m at Disney World,” thinks young Mason Tyk as he reads the news at home during a break from the sights and sounds of the Orlando, Florida, theme park.