Covid-19 Updates


Fond farewell…

County’s overall case total passes 100; more patients in their 40s afflicted

     Coronavirus is on the rise in Medina County, just as it is across Texas and the U.S. During Monday’s weekly conference call with local media, Med...

COVID-19 Testing

Medina County clinics are offering COVID testing and Telemedicine. Please call before going in.

Medical Clinics of Castroville, Devine & Hondo

Medina Re...

Hondo, D’Hanis, MV suspend summer workouts til July 13

     Hondo High School has joined many others in temporary suspension of its summer strength and conditioning programs.

     OIT (Owls In Tra...

Masks mandatory for H-E-B shoppers Mayor lauds the decision

     Hondo Mayor Jim Danner this week said he was pleased to learn H-E-B is now requiring customers coming into the store to wear facial coverings....

City extinguishes annual fireworks show

     City officials made the difficult decision to call off the annual Red, White & Boom! fireworks show scheduled for Saturday, July 4, during a spec...

HISD approves budget, sets  2020-21 tax rate

     As expected on Monday evening, the Hondo ISD Board of Trustees approved the 2020-21 school year budget. 

     The adopted budget is...

Inside this issue of The Hondo Anvil Herald…

MVHS graduation finally commences, worth the wait

     Checking temperatures and offering water bottles, Medina Valley ISD staff welcomed family and friends of its Class of 2020 to Panther Stadium for...

In Memoriam

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Former Hondo nurse reflects on time at NY COVID hospital

“Every single person was COVID,” Christine Cosgrove, RN, said of her first day on the job April 13 at a designated COVID-19-only hospital in New York. 

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