• May 7, 2021

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Dogs Kill Several Animals at Licon Dairy Petting Zoo

Owners of the Licon Dairy in San Elizario awoke to a horrific scene this weekend, as scores of animals in their petting zoo were killed by dogs. Via social media, officials with the family-run dairy and Lower Valley attraction announced the incident, as well as the indefinite closure of the much-beloved petting zoo. They ask […]Read More

San Elizario ISD To Expand Parking at Loya Primary School

Construction is underway for more parking spaces at Lorenzo G. Loya Primary School in San Elizario. “The need for additional parking became a priority for Loya Primary when the City of San Elizario passed an ordinance that prohibits vehicles from parking adjacent to any public school extending 50 feet passed the school property line,” said […]Read More

San Elizario ISD Among Districts Selected For LSG Exemplar Cohort

The Texas Education Agency (TEA) announced the eight Texas school districts that were selected to be part of the inaugural Lone Star Governance (LSG) Exemplar Cohort and the San Elizario Independent School District (SEISD) made it on the list. “I feel very excited our district qualified,” said Irene D. Jaquez, San Elizario ISD Board President. […]Read More

San Elizario Moves to Protect Biodiversity, Increase Knowledge of Bees,

Tuesday night, the San Elizario City Council unanimously passed an ordinance protecting three species of plants that are also of economic significance. In addition to the vote, the community is set to host a week-long event, Bee Real to introduce community to unique scientific characteristics and opportunities for economic development. Via a news release, officials […]Read More

San Eli ISD Honors Teachers, Employees of the Year

San Elizario ISD held its 2018 Teacher & Employee of the Year Awards Ceremony to honor six teachers and six employees nominated by their campuses for district-wide honors for their outstanding performance and commitment throughout the school year. Sandra Tinajero from Sambrano Elementary was chosen as the Elementary Teacher of the Year, Andrew Avila from […]Read More

City of San Elizario Receives $186,395 in Recreational Grants

Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, via the National Recreational Trails Fund (NRTF), awarded the City of San Elizario $184,395 toward the San Elizario Historic Circuit Trail (Phase 1) project and PeopleForBikes awarded $2,000 in funding for the Historic District Bike Rack Stations project. The San Elizario Circuit Trail Phase 1 is a .66-mile hike and […]Read More

San Elizario’s Last Stand: Protesting the Pipeline

It’s 7 a.m., and the sun is just peaking over the horizon. The streets and the highway are quiet on this particular Saturday morning in San Elizario. A mist surrounds the town, dropping visibility to 2 miles. On Oct. 1, a group of about 20 people made the trek through the heavy mist to gather at […]Read More