Alpine Avalanche

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Alpine Avalanche
Alpine Avalanche is listed in the Newspapers category in Alpine, Texas. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alpine Avalanche which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alpine Avalanche on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 61.

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118 N 5th St
Alpine, TX 79830
(432) 837-3334
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HERE'S TODAY'S FRONT PAGE at www.alpineavalanche.com (subscription required). Click on the image to enlarge.

EARLY VOTING STARTS TODAY for the May 6 municipal and school board elections in Alpine, and voters will have plenty of opportunities to cast their ballots. All voting for city councils positions in Wards 1, 3 and 5, along with the Alpine ISD District 6 seat, will take place at the City of Alpine council chambers, 803 West Holland Avenue. On Monday, April 24, and Tuesday, May 2, early voting by personal appearance will run from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. On Tuesday through Friday, April 25-28, and Monday, May 1, polls will be open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Then on election day, polls will be open 7 a.m.-7 p.m., and mail-in ballots must be received by 7 p.m. Saturday, May 6. For the city council positions, Angela Bermudez, Maria Curry and incumbent Nancy Antrim will vie for the Ward 1 position. In Ward 3, incumbent Jim Fitzgerald will run unopposed; and Sarita Hernandez will challenge incumbent Rick Stephens in Ward 5. For Alpine Independent School District single-member board of trustee seats, since incumbent Conrad Arriola is running unopposed in Dist. 2, that election was canceled, and he will not appear on the ballot. Adrian Billings and incumbent Kenda Belardo will appear on the ballot for Dist. 6. In an unusual twist, Belardo last week withdrew her candidacy, but too late to be removed from the ballot. Belardo said personal situations beyond her control necessitated her withdrawal. “I think there are exciting things on the horizon for the school district, and because of other commitments, I won’t be able to give 100 percent,” she said. “Withdrawing is what I think is best. For anyone who would have voted for me, I can’t represent you right now, and it’s only fair to let you know going in.” At the polling site, voters will be asked to present a photo ID. To view acceptable forms of photo ID, specific sample ballots, and complete election information, visit votetexas.gov.

HERE'S TODAY'S FRONT PAGE at www.alpineavalanche.com (subscription required). Click on the image to enlarge.

A NEW JERSEY TEENAGER was sentenced in Midland on April 12 for making bomb threats to Sul Ross State University and the Big Bend Regional Medical Center after a shooting at Alpine High School. Nicholas Kyle Martino, 17, received time served and five years probation. He was released following the hearing. He had been in federal custody since his arrest on Dec. 1, 2016. A hearing to determine restitution will occur in federal court in Alpine within the next 90 days. Martino engaged in SWATing schemes, an act of tricking law enforcement or first responders into dispatching emergency resources based on a hoax threat.

HERE'S TODAY'S FRONT PAGE at www.alpineavalanche.com (subscription required). Click on the image to enlarge.