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Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges arrested on felony domestic violence charge

A spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department said on Thursday that Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges was arrested on a felony charge in Los Angeles, and released on $130,000 bail. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department records show that the 24-year-old Bridges was arrested at 1:55 p.m. local time Wednesday and booked at 5:37 p.m. He was released just after 8 p.m. and has a court date scheduled for July 20.
LOS ANGELES, CA
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The Teacher Rides Away

Even on his last day in a 38-year career as an Ag Teacher, Jim Harris could be found in the McMullen County ISD Ag Building. There were still things that needed to get done. “I’ve hauled 11 barrels of 55 gallon drums of junk off to the dump,” Harris said. “I’ve had stuff that’s been in the closet and I never touched it. Then there was stuff that was just outdated.”
TILDEN, TX
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Miles Bridges Reportedly Arrested for Domestic Violence

Charlotte Hornets forward Miles Bridges was reportedly arrested for felony domestic violence in Los Angeles on Wednesday, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. According to the report, Bridges turned himself in Wednesday after an argument with an unidentified woman turned physical on Tuesday, June 28. The woman reportedly required medical attention, and Bridges was no longer at the scene when the police arrived.
LOS ANGELES, CA
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Water Treatment Company demonstrates process in Charlotte

Last week, SIIP-MX completed real time demonstrations at the Eagle Ford Wastewater Recycling and Treatment Plant in Charlotte. The Mexican based company processes any type of raw water and purifies it through a series of steps to become drinkable. Once the raw water is taken, it goes through three stages...
CHARLOTTE, TX
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Charlotte Family Clinic in the works

With God’s call and support from the community, the Charlotte Family Clinic will provide affordable and accessible healthcare to the citizens of Charlotte come January 2023. Nurse practitioner Kelli Garza MSN, APRN, FNP came up with the idea to bring this project to life due to the community’s need of a primary care provider. Services include sick visits, annual wellness exams, mental health, sports physicals and more that will help anyone who walks through their doors.
CHARLOTTE, TX
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Event Calendar

COTULLA VBS at the First Baptist Church of Cotulla will run Sunday, June 26 to Thursday, June 30 from 5 to 8:30 p.m. for children that have completed Kinder through the sixth grades. Kinder seats are limited. Register online at www.fbccotulla.org or call (830) 879-3615 Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or Venissa Fletcher at (830) 879-5643 or Kye Page at (830) 879-5410.
COTULLA, TX
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CELIA MUÑOZ

Celia Gaitan Muñoz was born on March 22, 1960, in Charlotte and resided there for the majority of her life. Her eternal life transition was tranquil and peaceful, surrounded by a room filled with the love of her family. Her departure came to pass at 9:11 p.m. on June 18, 2022, at the age of 62. She will be rejoicing and reuniting with her parents Isabel Sanchez and Cipriano Gaitan; brothers, Gregorio, Cipriano Jr., Narciso, Alfredo, Baldemar and Christobal Gaitan; and sister, Erlinda Lopez, in the Kingdom of Heaven.
CHARLOTTE, TX
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Tilden trio receives statewide scholarships totaling $42,000

Three outstanding members of the Tilden FFA Chapter have made a huge haul in the Texas FFA Scholarship process recently. The students completed online applications which passed through area and state level preliminary checks, as well as state finalist interviews at Tarleton State University. There were 300 FFA members in the statewide pool of semi-finalists, and these three youngsters from Tilden were among the 146 recipients of scholarships. Applicants are judged on their grades, standardized test scores, supervised agricultural experiences, FFA leadership, and participation in a variety of FFA activities at the local, district, area, and state levels. Here are the recipients and the scholarship sponsors that were announced on June 13:
TILDEN, TX
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County experiences steady sales tax halfway through year

In the year-to-date (YTD) total, the state of Texas has an allocated a total of $3,965,717,583.53 in sales tax revenue, a 10.51% increase from last year’s YTD total of $3,395,284,257.02. Halfway through the year, the majority of the cities in Atascosa County have an increased YTD revenue. The City...
ATASCOSA COUNTY, TX
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Recruiting on the Plains: 2023 LB Miquel Dingle, Jr. Player Profile

High School: Byrnes (Duncan, South Carolina) Texas Tech added the 21st commitment to their 2023 class in athlete extraordinaire Miquel Dingle, Jr. Red Raider Sports’ Ben Golan talked with Dingle about the commitment, who is the son of Mike Dingle, a running back and played for the Bengals:. I...
LUBBOCK, TX
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Jun-22-22-Jun-30-22 OLD PHOTOS of the Plaza Florita and of Florence Childes Maltsberger are needed by the city of Cotulla for its historic restoration project at the plaza, which is now listed in the national register of historic places for its cultural significance to Cotulla. Anyone with photos can send them to Karina Sauceda at karina.saucedamainstreet@gmail.com or call her at (830) 879-2367.
COTULLA, TX
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Lone Star Champion

Dilley’s Clay Tom Hurt was crowned the 2022 Texas High School Rodeo Association state champion in steer wrestling during the THSRA state finals on Saturday, June 11. Hurt had an average of 14.88 on three runs at the event and totaled 45 points. He will advance to compete at the National High School Finals Rodeo Sunday, July 17, to Saturday, July 23, in Gillette, Wyoming. (Courtesy photo)
DILLEY, TX
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Poteet’s BBQ team competes in first high school cookoff, heads to State

The Poteet High School BBQ team has already earned their way to State after smoking the competition at the Texas High School BBQ Cook-Off in Tilden on March 26. This was their first high school competition. Winning second place overall team, the Poteet Strawberry Smokers placed first with their chicken and second with their ribs and brisket. They also had a fourth-place brisket and took eighth in dessert.
POTEET, TX
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Charlotte BBQ teams cook their way to State

Charlotte High School FFA BBQ team went to Tilden on March 26 to compete in the Tilden BBQ Cook-Off. The team consists of the girls’ team, Flavor Country, and the boys’ team, Country Smoke. The teams competed in events such as dessert, ribs, brisket, beans and chicken. Flavor...
CHARLOTTE, TX
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Yard of the month

The Cotulla Garden Club has named its Cotulla and Encinal Yard of the Month award winners for January. Carlos and Laura Soto of Cotulla (Not Pictured) and Vicente and Juanita Soto of Encinal (Top Photo) were named as the most recent winners.
COTULLA, TX
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CALEB’S FIRST BUCK

Caleb Segura, age 10, shot his first buck on Dec. 19 at his uncle’s ranch in Atascosa County while hunting with his dad, Johnny Segura. Johnny rattled in this 8-point buck and Caleb made a perfect shot. Caleb dedicates this special hunt to his late grandfather, Catarino ‘Tronco’ Segura, of Tilden, who loved to hunt and fish and enjoyed being in the outdoors.
ATASCOSA COUNTY, TX
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Yard of the month

The Cotulla Garden Club has named its Cotulla Yard of the Month award winner for December. Augustin and Rosa Ana Martinez of Cotulla were named as the most recent winners. The Cotulla Garden Club has named its Encinal Yard of the Month award winner for December. Eli and Olivia Garcia of Encinal were named as the most recent winners.
COTULLA, TX
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FIRST BUCK, FIRST SHOT

Landon Longan, age 8, shot his first buck on Nov. 23 at DL Ranch in Tilden while hunting with his dad, Joshua Longan. He is the grandson of David and Deborah Longan of Tilden. The buck was taken down with a .243 caliber rifle on the first shot.
TILDEN, TX
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