A California man’s book about a World War II hero from Del Rio recently caught Hollywood’s attention, and will be republished this year with additional content. Actor Wilmer Valderrama bought the rights in September 2017 to San Jose, Calif. author Dave Gutierrez’s book, “Patriots from the Barrio.” The book tells the story of an all-Mexican-American National Guard company during World War II, which Gutierrez’s second cousin, Del Rio native Ramon Gutierrez, a decorated war hero, served in.
As the Del Rio’s Best contest enters its second week and ballots begin to filter in, a 38-year local business man reflects on how the contest helps improve his company and the economy. Polo Del Rio, of Del Rio Management, said his businesses benefit every year from the Del Rio’s Best contest. Although there’s no specific number to gauge the impact, he said the contest gives him and idea what his company is doing right and where they can improve.
School district officials are accepting nominations from the public for Garfield Elementary School’s new name after initiating the name-change process at their last regular meeting. “In accordance with board policy, the San Felipe Del Rio CISD Board of Trustees have announced its intent to rename Garfield Elementary,” a district press release stated.
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