No. 1 Steele races past New Braunfels, stays undefeated; Taft tops Stevens, stays in 29-6A race; Highlands’ tip-drill earns Catch of the Week honors
Steele's impressive victory over New Braunfels headlined a pivotal Week 7 of KSAT 12's Big Game Coverage for the high school football season that brought clarity to district races across greater San Antonio area.
Stolen trailer third time Cibolo storage facility targeted in 6 months
Walter Boone says his trailer's doors and tongue were all locked, but it was still missing when he went to the storage facility on Sunday. In the past six months, Cibolo Police have also publicly asked for help about the theft of three other trailers in April and a pickup truck in September.
BGC Week 5 Preview: No. 1 Steele vs. Fort Bend Christian Academy headlines Friday’s schedule
Week 5 of the 2022 high school football season features the top-ranked Steele Knights putting their undefeated record on the line at home against Fort Bend Christian Academy for their final non-district game, while undefeated Randolph begins District 13-3A Division I play against 3-1 Marion.
Uvalde wins thrilling home-opener; No. 1 Steele knocks off Lake Travis; MacArthur earns first win in three years
Week 2 of the 2022 high school football season featured another batch of unforgettable moments, as Uvalde wins their home-opener thanks to a brilliant play from Jonathan Jimenez, top-ranked Steele takes down Lake Travis and MacArthur earns the program's first win in three years.
Cibolo Creek Quilting Guil
The Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce recently recognized the Cibolo Creek Quilters Guild with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Cibolo Creek Quilters Guild, including President Karen Waselman, cutting the ribbon above, is a community of quilters who gather for friendship, sewing and donating their time and talent while enjoying the fellowship of other sewing enthusiasts. It is aboernestar.com
Cibolo to welcome new charter school this fall
Students pre-K through eighth grade in the Cibolo area will benefit from a new educational opportunity this coming school year. Legacy Traditional Schools, a public, tuition-free network of charter schools, is opening its new Legacy Traditional Cibolo campus in the fall
Cibolo city councilman faces DWI charge after crashing car into ditch
Councilman Reggie Bone, 48, was arrested Sunday morning following a single-vehicle crash near the intersection of Fazio Drive and Carnousty Drive in Cibolo, according to a blood-draw warrant obtained by the KSAT 12 Defenders Monday afternoon.
Police departments and sheriff’s offices are hiring, but can they fill the slots?
As chiefs and sheriffs look to fill their ranks, they face stiff competition from other departments. The head of a statewide law enforcement union says Texas is undergoing a shortage of uniformed officers, which he largely attributes to the job becoming less prestigious.
Herrera to end 9-year run as Cibolo city manager
At its Jan. 26 meeting, the Cibolo City Council hired an executive search firm to help seek out Herrera’s replacement. “Cibolo has been home to exponential growth over the last nine years under City Manager Herrera,” Boyle said. Cibolo City Hall remained open and fully staffed during the emergency declaration enacted by City Council. Herrera is also a current member of the Texas City Management Association. Council will recognize the city manager for his service to the community closer to the end of his contract.mysanantonio.com
Cibolo church leaders offer curbside prayers
Cibolo area church leaders gathered on Main Street in Cibolo outside St. Paul’s Evangelical Church to pray for people driving by, in the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on a day set aside in his honor. Cibolo Mayor Stosh Boyle helped bring together spiritual leaders from St. Paul’s, Everyday Christian Fellowship, and Refuge Church of San Antonio in Cibolo to offer a drive-by prayer service on Jan. 18. Tables with boxes of doughnuts were set up, neon cardboard signs were drawn, and a half-dozen church members stood by, inviting passing motorists to pull over to be prayed upon. From 7-9:30 a.m., and again from 3:30-6 p.m., Boyle and the church members stood by, ready to offer prayer and words of comfort for anyone driving past. He was joined that afternoon by Refuge Church children’s pastor Sarah Uhlhorn, and church member Omar Rivera, who held signs announcing the drive-up prayer effort.mysanantonio.com
Selma addition to free up Visitor Center space
Construction is underway on a 2,100-square-foot extension to Selma City Hall that will result in more office space, allowing for the relocation of city employees currently stationed in the Selma Stage Stop Visitor Center. Johnny Casias, Selma city administrator, said The Sabinal Group of San Antonio broke ground in August on the $2.2 million city hall addition -- one of two projects the Selma City Council approved in April, the other being a new public works building. The $1.2 million city hall addition will add 2,100 square feet to the existing structure, which occupies 8,890 square feet and was built in 2003. The new 6,846-square-foot, $1.5 million public works building is located on the city’s 2.1-acre water site on Lookout Road. “It’s never really been fully utilized for what it’s meant for.”Titterington and Shelby Griffin, special events coordinator, will staff the Selma office.mysanantonio.com
Cibolo assembles list of roads slated for repair
Nine Cibolo streets are targeted for repair beginning in March 2021 after Cibolo City Council members drove and then ranked as many as 40 city roads. City Council met on Oct. 20 in a council workshop to discuss the ranking and repair of city streets. City Manager Robert Herrera explained that the city has issued debt of $7.5 million for road work, with nearly $5 million of that earmarked for Cibolo Valley Drive. Each road was listed with the construction beginning-and-end points, traffic counts, construction cost, and type of repair being recommended. It looks like every (city council) district gets touched,” Allen said.mysanantonio.com
Cibolo starts bidding process for third fire station
The city of Cibolo has selected a general contractor to build its third fire station, a 7,800-square-foot facility on FM 1103 at Wiedner Road. The city will be building a four-bay facility with living quarters for a six-person crew as well as EMS providers. “I think this is the right decision to make for the future, I really do,” Herrera said. Councilman Steve Quinn inquired about costs associated with the station, such as furnishings and supplies for the station. Mayor Stosh Boyle turned the item over for a vote but not before expressing his hopes for the station and its service to Cibolo residents.mysanantonio.com
A bloody good time
Every donation will receive a free movie ticket. The blood drives will take place a various Santikos Movie Theaters on select dates. The free ticket gift can be redeemed at any Santikos movie theater. To make an appointment to donate and score your free ticket, visit https://southtexasblood.org/Santikos. Over 200 blood drives were canceled during the summer due to the South Texas uptick of Covid-19.lakefrontollu.com
City receives Cibolo Valley, FM 1103 road work update
City receives Cibolo Valley, FM 1103 road work updateThe progress of two road construction projects high on many Cibolo residents’ wish list was a topic of discussion during City Council’s Sept. 8 meeting. Cibolo Valley Drive construction continues in earnest after a weekend of full closure for box culvert installation below the road surface. Many Cibolo residents have their eyes on FM 1103, a major thoroughfare that is currently a two-lane road with turn lanes at major subdivision entrances. Councilman Ted Gibbs asked about subdivision entry points along FM 1103, concerned that some subdivisions might not see full intersections into FM 1103 when completed. “The plans have blank pages for the sound walls and several other items that aren’t germane to the road construction,” Fousse said.mysanantonio.com
Hundreds turn out for young cancer patients parade
He had to withdraw from school to begin a grueling treatment program that included chemotherapy, which ended May 19. Youre only going to finish chemo once, so we were going to go all out, said Reagans mother, Rebecca Lee. But that was before COVID hit.Lee said she remembers someone mentioning a parade as a party alternative. Further complicating things for the Lee family was the familys home-care hospice for her ailing mother-in-law, who lived with them. During Reagans treatment, yet another issue popped up a baby sister.mysanantonio.com
Cibolo delays major purchase amid budget uncertainties
Cibolo delays major purchase amid budget uncertaintiesCibolos plan to purchase a new piece of construction equipment hit a roadblock last week when City Council tabled a motion to make a $60,000 down payment, in light of economic uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. Tim Fousse, Cibolo director of public works and capital projects, told council that the firm Enterprise Fleet Management has a vehicle available immediately. Sales tax revenue reports have not yet been released to show the impact of the stay-at-home orders that went into effect in March and extended this month. I feel a little bit better about our sales tax (situation). Herrera said the city will have received its first sales tax revenue reports by then, which will allow the city to start assessing the sales tax revenue damage inflicted by the shutdown.mysanantonio.com
Cibolo officials vote to close parks, prohibit door-to-door business
Cibolo officials vote to close parks, prohibit door-to-door businessCibolo City Council members join Mayor Stosh Boyle and City Manager Robert Herrera for a March 30 special city council meeting videoconference. Cibolo City Council members join Mayor Stosh Boyle and City Manager Robert Herrera for a March 30 special city council meeting videoconference. Photo: Courtesy Photo Photo: Courtesy Photo Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Cibolo officials vote to close parks, prohibit door-to-door business 1 / 1 Back to GalleryCibolos parks and small businesses were major talking points during the citys March 30 special city council meeting to discuss the citys emergency health declaration. City Attorney Frank Garza told council that the emergency declaration does give the ability to close down private parks. The 4-3 vote on the parks closure and solicitation ban was opposed by Council Members Schultes, Steve Quinn and Woliver.mysanantonio.com
Photo Series Showcasing Breast Cancer Survivors Aims to Show Humanness, Joy
Heins, a 33-year-old breast cancer survivor who underwent a double mastectomy, told Jimenez she wanted to do more than just take smiling portraits of the joyous occasion. Its a unique thing to get pregnant after breast cancer. Its not very common, and its not very common to get breast cancer at a young age, Heins told the Rivard Report. All proceeds from the exhibit go directly to WINGS, a local organization that helps uninsured women in Central and South Texas pay for breast cancer treatments. I know God has a plan for me and wants me to serve others who are also experiencing their [cancer] journey.Ana Lucia Gonzales attended the show with her mother, who is a breast cancer survivor.therivardreport.com
Photo Series Showcasing Breast Cancer Survivors Debuts at Brick at Blue Star Next Week
"From that session, "The Claire Project" was born. Jimenez sought out other breast cancer survivors and created a series of black and white portraits through which she could share their stories. Next Thursday, "The Claire Project" will debut at Brick at Blue Star with an opening reception and silent auction that will benefit the charity Texas Wings, which supports uninsured women with breast cancer. From local politics and culture to national news that hits close to home, San Antonio Current has been keeping San Antonio informed for years. If quality journalism is important to you, please consider a donation to San Antonio Current.sacurrent.com
3 incumbent mayors win re-election
SAN ANTONIO - A trio of local incumbent mayors were elected Tuesday to another term in office. Cibolo Mayor Stan "Stosh" Boyle defeated two challengers for a second term. With 100% of the vote counted, Boyle received 1,538 votes, which was enough to avoid a runoff with Glenda Henry, who garnered 912 votes and Kara Latimer, who received 623 votes. Dan Reese defeated a familiar opponent for a second term as Windcrest mayor. Reese received 922, or 57% of the vote, compared to Baxter, who garnered 687, or 42 percent of the vote.
Collision Between Big Rig, Tanker Truck Spills Thousands of Pounds of Avocados Onto Highway Near San Antonio
Avocado lovers, brace yourselves for some sad news.The collision between a big rig and tanker truck just before 12:45 a.m. on Interstate 10 in Cibolo resulted in a tasty yes, tasty spill. A KSAT report didn't provide details on their condition, however.The highway was shut down for several hours as authorities cleared the avocados. From local politics and culture to national news that hits close to home, San Antonio Current has been keeping San Antonio informed for years. Its never been more important to support local news sources. If quality journalism is important to you, please consider a donation to San Antonio Current.sacurrent.com
5 arrested on drug charges after directed patrol in Guadalupe County
A two-day directed patrol effort near Schertz and Cibolo resulted in five arrests and three major drug seizures, according to a news release from the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office. The following suspects were arrested in the directed patrol effort:Austin Robinson, 24, charged with manufactory and delivery of a controlled substance up to 400 grams. Joshua Gonzales, 20, charged with possession of marijuana up to five pounds and three counts of manufactory and delivery of a controlled substance. Alejandro Granado, 18, charged with possession of marijuana up to five pounds and three counts of manufactory and delivery of a controlled substance. Daisy Trejo, 20, charged with possession of marijuana up to five pounds and three counts of manufactory and delivery of a controlled substance.
Cibolo mayor, previously arrested in July, arrested on perjury, tampering charges, records show
SAN ANTONIO - The mayor of Cibolo, who was arrested in July on suspicion of tampering with a governmental record, has been arrested once again. Stan "Stosh" Boyle, 43, is accused of aggravated perjury and tampering with a government document with intent to defraud, according to arrest records. Records show Boyle reapplied to run for mayor in the upcoming November election. The arrest in July was related to Boyle's first application to run for mayor. The city of Cibolo released the following statement:"This is a legal matter between the Guadalupe County Grand Jury and Mayor Boyle.
Cibolo mayor's job on the line in special meeting Tuesday night
SAN ANTONIO - A decades-old drug charge could force Stan "Stosh" Boyle out of his position as Cibolo's mayor, depending on the outcome of a special city council meeting tonight. Court documents show Boyle was convicted of "conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute" and sentenced to four years of probation. Removing him would take a vote by three-quarters of the city council - in this case, five out of the six remaining members. The mayor has been otherwise mostly quiet in the run-up to tonight's meeting, though he is expected to speak during the hearing. Nor, Garza said, could either he or the city secretary force Boyle to removed from the November 2019 ballot.
Cibolo mayor arrested for tampering with governmental record
CIBOLO, Texas - Already in political hot water over a decades-old drug case, Cibolo Mayor Stosh Boyle is now in legal trouble because of it. "Stosh" Boyle pleaded guilty in 1998 to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute MDA, or ecstasy, and was sentenced to four years of probation. Cibolo City Attorney Frank Garza said neither he nor the city secretary have the power to keep someone from running for office. Nowadays, if your political opponents can't beat you at the ballot box, they attempt to misuse our justice system to thwart the will of the voters. If my political opponents thought otherwise, they were sadly mistaken.
Mayor of Cibolo could be forced out of office after decades-old drug charge revealed
CIBOLO, Texas - Cibolo Mayor Stan "Stosh" Boyle faces the possibility of being removed from office over revelations of a decades-old drug charge. "Stosh" Boyle pleaded guilty in 1998 to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute MDMA or Ecstasy five years earlier, in 1993. Following the 5-2 vote for a hearing, Boyle said he did not "fully accept the forfeiture of office." The U.S. Department of Justice told KSAT that no one by the name Stanley J. "Stosh" Boyle "has ever applied for, been granted or denied clemency."
2 men wanted for several car burglaries, Cibolo police say
SAN ANTONIO - Cibolo police are looking for two men who they say are involved in several car burglaries in the Cibolo area. Both men are hooded on a Ring security video. One man is recorded opening two parked cars and taking items from inside, a Cibolo police Facebook post showed. They are described as being between the ages of 18 and 23 by police. If you have any information, please contact Detective Rick Kershaw at 210-659-1999, or send anonymous tips to the Guadalupe County Crime Stoppers Hotline at 877-403-TIPS (8477).