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Uvalde, Texas

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Uvalde is simultaneously considered the southern limit of the Texas Hill Country and the northernmost part of South Texas. Founded by Reading Wood Black, the town was originally named Encina. Uvalde currently serves as the seat of Uvalde County.
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  • AgriLife Research and Education Center

    The research and agricultural extension services provided by this facility are reviewed, including its programs, publications, and facilities on Garner Field Road in Uvalde, Texas.

  • Chalk Bluff Park

    Offering cabins, camp sites, and recreational vehicle hookups, along with a pavilion and camp store in Uvalde, Texas. Park rules, and a description of its accommodations and rates are listed, with a map, directions, and online reservation system.

  • City of Uvalde

    Contains a message from the mayor, a calendar, employment opportunities, a history, map, news, and resources for visitors and residents.

  • First Baptist Church of Uvalde

    Offers contemporary and traditional services. Includes times, ministries, events, pastor's profile, and video messages.

  • Flower Patch

    Delivers flowers, plants, and gifts. Includes information about the products and services.

  • St. Philip's Episcopal School

    Offering a Christian education to students from three years of age through the sixth grade, the school's admissions policies, courses, chapel, and faculty are profiled.

  • Uvalde Area Chamber of Commerce

    Comprised of business and professional people in Uvalde, the Chamber's site features a guide for visitors, including hunting information, hotels, and a directory of members.

  • Uvalde Baptist Church

    Provides history of the church, service schedule, staff photos, activities, Bible study, calendar of events, and directions.

  • Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District

    Gives a UCISD mission statement, job opportunities, a district map, a list of schools, and resources for students and parents.

  • Uvalde Honey

    Offers honey produced in Uvalde or the surrounding region, dripped into glass jars of various sizes, which may be ordered online. A history of honey production in Uvalde is also presented.

  • Uvalde Leader-News

    Limited content from the print edition is presented, with the full electronic edition available by subscription. A visitors guide and town calendar are also featured.

  • Weather Underground: Uvalde, Texas

    Contains detailed weather forecasts for Uvalde.

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