Columns/Opinions

Tue
10
Mar

Sincere thanks for prayers, calls

 

Dear Editor,
 
The family of Janice Ruth Kuck would like to thank everyone who has supported us during her illness and following her death.  Sincere thanks to family, friends and loved ones for your prayers, phone calls, visits, food, flowers and cards.  Your many acts of kindness and sympathy continue to be a great comfort to us in our time of sorrow.
 
Carol Martin
 
Cuero
 
On behalf of the family of Janice Ruth Kuck
Tue
10
Mar

Ally Lott thanks community for support of Australia fundraiser

 

Dear Editor,
 
I just wanted to thank everyone for their support of my fundraising for my Student Ambassador Trip to Australia. Thank you to The Cuero Record and Ms. Elizabeth Rodriguez for the wonderful article. Thank you to my parents for all their support and help getting this fundraiser organized. Thank you to all the local businesses who generously donated items for the raffle and thank you to each and every person who bought tickets. Without everyone’s support, this fundraiser would not have been successful. I am proud to say that with the community’s help, I will be going on my trip in June! We did it! I look forward to an awesome learning experience! 
 
Thank you all again so very much!
 
Ally Lott
Tue
10
Mar

"Please join us at Gospel Brunch"

 

Tue
03
Mar

Knox: Thanks for support after tragedy

 

Tue
17
Feb

Thanks for helping with Shelton benefit

 

Dear Editor,
 
I would like to thank everyone that helped with the barbecue benefit, bought plates and gave donations.
 
Thank you,
 
Randal Shelton and family
 
Cuero
Tue
17
Feb

Thanks for love, support at time of loss

 

Dear Editor,
 
We, the family of the late Thaddeus M. Battles, Sr., wish to acknowledge with profound appreciation the expressions of kindness, love and support shown to us during our time of loss. We express special thanks to Freund Funeral Home. May God bless each of you.
 
Eliza Battles
 
Cuero

 

Wed
11
Feb

Keep the name John C. French

Dear Editor,
John C. French has long held meaning for the citizens of Cuero. Beginning 122 years ago, a tax bond was passed to construct the first public school. The school was built on land given by Mrs. Sarah French. The school served all grades from 1-10 and was named after her husband John C. French.

In 1927, another bond issue was passed to build a larger high school and a separate elementary, thus John C. French was the name given to the elementary. This name has always been the name of the elementary, even when the newer (present) school was built in the 1960s.

As you know, our community passed a bond to build two new campuses, one for John C. French and one for Hunt Elementary. The school board is considering re-naming the schools. We have the opportunity to express our thoughts and feelings on this matter by voting online by this Friday, Feb. 13 Please go to CISD.org and vote to keep the primary school’s name John C. French.

Tue
10
Feb

Family of Stall is grateful for support

 

Dear Editor,
 
The family of Wilburn Stall acknowledges with grateful appreciation the kind expressions of sympathy, and support from friends, Hospice of South Texas, St. Mark’s Lutheran Church and the community.
 
Many blessings to everyone,
 
Barbara Stall
 
Cuero
Tue
03
Feb

Define "homeless" in Cuero

 

Tue
03
Feb

Shelton says thank you

 

Dear Editor,
 
We would like to thank everyone who baked for the bake sale, helped, bought and donated.
 
Randal Shelton and family

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