Columns/Opinions

Tue
05
Nov

Thanks for all that helped with parade

 

Tue
05
Nov

Trust Texas Bank thanks Weber

 

Dear Editor,
 
We would like to thank Mr. Michael C. Weber Jr. for his dedication and hard work on the Cuero Heritage Museum’s newest addition, Gobbler Football Exhibit 1972–1975.  His countless volunteer hours and hard work do not go unnoticed. We are also proud of Mr. Weber for his 19 years of service on our Board of Directors here at TrustTexas Bank and for his continued support of Cuero. Thank you for all you do to make our community special.
 
Jay Howard, President/CEO on behalf of TrustTexas Bank directors, officers and staff
Tue
05
Nov

Nagel family extends appreciation

 

Dear Editor,
 
The family of Pearl White Nagel wishes to extend our deepest appreciation for all the thoughts, prayers, memorials, food, and cards sent during out time of loss.
 
A special thank you to friends, extended family, the very special and caring staff and residents of Sodalis Assisted Living, all of Hospice of South Texas, nurses doctors, aides, volunteers, Angel Watch, and others, especially Jennifer, Becky, and Vanessa. Thank you to Freund Funeral Home, St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church family and pastor John Boor.
 
Carol Ann and Donnie
Tue
29
Oct

Thanks for help with Sandy Gate

 

Dear Editor,
Would like to send out a big thank you to Sonny & Betty Seifert and family for the very generous donations to the Sandy Gate Cemetery Maintenance Fund. Also to Brenda Lincke Fisseler for her generous donations. Also have received several donations from the families of Edwin & Lydia Hengst.
 
Brenda has written a book of the history of the Sandy Gate Cemetery and she donates a portion of sales of the book. Anyone with families associated with the cemetery can purchase her book by writing to: Brenda Lincke Fisseler, PO Box 18, Hallettsville, Texas  77964.  
Thank you.
Wilbert Hengst
Sandy Gate Cemetery Caretaker
Yorktown
Tue
29
Oct

Pet club working on a solution

 

Tue
29
Oct

Benefit for Arnold Saturday

 

Dear Editor,
 
A benefit for Dawn Arnold will be held on Saturday, Nov. 2 at the Mustang Bar and Grill at 309 E. Crestwood St. in Victoria. 
Dawn was injured in a car accident and was left paralyzed from the chest down. Dawn is in need of a new wheel chair and modification on a wheel chair van.
 
There will be a barbecue plate from 3-7 p.m., a live and silent auction, and music that evening. 
 
Dawn is the daughter of Bill and Brenda Coons and John Arnold; the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Val Arnold and Floyd and Evelyn Boedeker.
 
Thank you.
 
Evelyn Boedeker on behalf of friends and family of Dawn
Tue
22
Oct

Deep appreciation for thoughts, prayers

Dear Editor,

The family of Anne Schorre wishes to extend our deepest appreciation for all the thoughts, prayers, memorials, food, and cards sent during our time of loss.
 
A special thank you to the nurses at Cuero Community Hospital, Eric Draper and Freund Funeral Home, St. Michael’s Catholic Church and Father David Berger for the beautiful service.
 
Thank you and God bless.
 
Jeff Schorre on behalf of the Schorre family
Tue
22
Oct

Mari's Tattle Tales

 

“Quack,  quack.  Honk, honk!”
 
We were surrounded as soon as we got out of the car.  In a flurry of flapping wings, the geese and ducks at the Cuero City Park almost instantly zeroed in on us and our bag of bread crumbs.  Afraid that Gracie, my nine month-old granddaughter, would be frightened, I glanced over only to see a big smile on her face as she watched the big commotion in total fascination.
 
It was a balmy Tuesday afternoon, made even more humid by an approaching cool front which was expected to blow in that night.  My daughter, Cheyenne, and I had driven over to Cuero to visit Gracie and my daughter-in-law, Samantha.  We visited a local burger joint before heading over to the park to visit with the ducks and the playground.  Samantha made sure she brought a bag of bread crumbs to feed the ducks.
 
Read more in this week's issue of Yorktown News-View
Tue
22
Oct

Patience, understanding needed for some

 

Dear Editor,

As proud grandparents of children with ADHD, autism, ADD, and other problems, I would like to know what will happen to these children when it is time to go out into the world and try to find a job.

We know it is hard to find jobs, but people have to wake up for these kind of children too.

In God’s eyes we are all created equal, but that is not always so in people’s eyes.

A lot of these children could do some kind of work if people have patience and understanding. Once a child has employment and gets laid off a job too often, they get very discouraged and depressed.

People should wake up and think about these things too.

Sincerely,

Arleen and Roger Weise

Proud grandparents

Tue
22
Oct

YFD upgrades equipment

 

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