Columns/Opinions

Tue
21
May

Lost money at post office, hoping to get it back

 

Dear Editor,
   On Feb. 8, I was at Cuero Post Office about 12:30 or 1:30 p.m. I had gone to the post office to purchase money orders, got $40 cash (two $20s) from the clerk. Just came from the doctor’s office and was in a rush and I accidentally dropped the $40 near the post office boxes.
   I glanced and saw a lady on a cell phone and not realizing I had lost the money, I went to leave the post office to go to the drug store when I found I had lost the $40.
   I am disabled and a cancer survivor.
   I posted notes I lost the money and I told everyone in hopes the $40 would be returned.
   If you found it please give it to the Cuero Post Office counter help to be returned to me. 
   I will soon get another surgery.
God bless you!
Lucy
Tue
21
May

Nordheim Shooting Club says thanks for Mayfeast support

 

Dear Editor,
   The members of the Nordheim Shooting Club would like to thank everyone who participated, worked and attended our event this year. It could not have been done without the support of our community.
   Thanks again for a wonderful Mayfeast. We hope everyone had a good time and enjoyed the show. We will see you again next year.
Johanna Warwas
Tue
21
May

4-H group going to nationals

 

Tue
14
May

Yorktown FD thanks Catholic Life

 

Dear Editor,
   The Yorktown Fire Department would like to express our appreciation to Yorktown Branch #91, Catholic Life Insurance Member and Youth Organization for their monetary donation and the time they spent on cleaning and sprucing up the windows at the Fire Station Auditorium. 
   Each of you have done a great service for our community. 
Sincerely, 
Bobby A. Strieber
Treasurer
Tue
14
May

Outdoor burning ordinance in effect

 

Tue
07
May

Metting seeks seat on school board

 

Dear Editor,
   My name is Todd Metting and I am seeking a seat on the Yorktown School Board.  My wife, Laurie, and I were born and raised here in Yorktown, graduating in 1982.
   We have two children, Dustin, who is a senior at Yorktown High School, and Brian, who is in the 7th grade at Yorktown Middle School. 
   When our children were younger, I was a soccer and little league coach and a Boy Scout leader.
   The Yorktown School System has had many successful programs, but many problems from the cleanliness of the facilities to teacher and student turnover.
 
Read more from this letter in this week's edition of the News-View.
 
Sincerely,
Todd Metting
Yorktown ISD school board candidate
Tue
07
May

Westhoff spring festival a tremendous success

 

Dear Editor,
   The Westhoff Parent-Teacher Club announces the tremendous success of the 2013 Spring Festival. The proceeds go directly to benefit the students of Westhoff School through many co-curricular, extra-curricular activities and projects.
   We genuinely thank each of you for your hard work, dedication and ongoing support of our school. We are grateful for the loyal support of all involved for the continued commitment to our students and future leaders in our community.
 
Read more from this letter in this week's edition of the Record.
 
Sara Maier, PTC president
David Kennedy, Westhoff School superintendent
Tue
07
May

Thanks to all who supported revival

 

Dear Editor,
   Thank you to all who supported the city wide revival, may God bless each of you.
   Sponsors and friends: City of Cuero mayor Sara Post Meyer, Susie Sparks, Mary Ellen Hamilton and Sis, Gennie Duderstant, Nelton Thomas, My Father’s House, Heavenly Host, Pastor Clo, First Baptist of St. Marcus, St. Peters B.C. Victoria, Pastor Kevin VanHook, Mother E. Kitchen and prayer team, Pastor Kevin Novak, God’s Way is the Tree of Life, Pastor Moore, Pastor Eric, Pastor Earl and Mary Lewis, Christ Healing Center of San Antonio, the Rev. Jack Sheffield and Cuero High School.
 
Read more from this letter in this week's edition of the Record.
 
Min. V. Belafonte Friar
Tue
07
May

KCB collected 20 bags of trash

 

Tue
30
Apr

All registered voters encouraged to vote

 

Dear Editor,
   I wonder how many voters in Cuero are aware that early voting in the 2013 City Election is already in progress. Registered voters can cast their ballot at the DeWitt County Election Center at 115 North Gonzales in Cuero today, May 1 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. The polls are also open May 2, May 3, May 6 and May 7 from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. On Election Day, May 11, the polls are open from 7 a.m. until 7 pm.
   So what are we voting on? There is only one contested city race, but it is open to all registered voters in the city.
Bill Matthys
Cuero
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.

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