Columns/Opinions

Tue
09
Sep

Family of Darren Brown says thanks for condolences

 

Dear Editor,
 
The family of Darren Lugine Brown would like to express our sincere gratitude in the calls, prayers, cards, and many expressions of love to our family in the time of our loss. May God be with you all. 
 
Be strong and of good courage.
 
Sincerely,
 
Delia Brown and family
Tue
02
Sep

It's just not right!

 

Tue
02
Sep

Thanks to all who helped after wreck

 

Dear Editor,
 
I just want to thank all those who helped carry my husband’s belongings out of his pick-up to my van Friday night (Aug. 22) at 9:30 p.m. at the vehicle accident scene on State Highway 87 between Westhoff and Cuero. 
 
I want to send a special “shout out” to the young man with tattooed arms. Please leave your name and number with The Cuero Record so we may meet and thank you personally. God bless. Thanks so much for your kindness.
 
Linda Smith
 
Cuero
Tue
26
Aug

Thanks to all who made Cuero ISD Fish Camp, Back to School Bash a success

 

Tue
26
Aug

Whispering Oaks thanks Back to School Bash sponsors

 

Dear Editor,
 
We want to thank the following for their help and support in making the Back to School Bash at Whispering Oaks Rehab and Nursing a great success. Wal-Mart Eye Vision Center, Freund Funeral Home, Cuero Fire Department, Cuero Pet Adoption, Boy Scouts troop 24, Accolade Hospice, Accolade Home Care, Carter Healthcare, Harbor Hospice, Kris Castillo and Emily Davis. 
 
Thank you,
 
Kelly Webb
 
Whispering Oaks Rehab and Nursing
Tue
19
Aug

Restoring the Roar at Yorktown High School

 

Tue
19
Aug

Thanks for assistance with gun raffle

 

Dear Editor,
 
I want to thank David Smith, owner of Riverside Firearms for his help with the Cuero Lions Club annual gun raffle. David’s help and assistance assured the success of the raffle.
 
On behalf of the Cuero Lions Club, I thank all of those who participated and supported this event.
 
Chuck Wilson
 
Lions Club member
Wed
13
Aug

"Let's keep showing respect in Cuero"

 

Dear Editor,
 
Cuero is a great place to live. On Aug. 8, I drove into town from U.S. Highway 183. When I got to the old Don Bravo Restaurant, the traffic had stopped in both lanes entering Cuero. There was a funeral procession, with lights flashing, going out of town. I sat in my car and tears came to my eyes knowing that our town (even though it has grown and it is still growing tremendously) knows the proper way to show respect. It does not matter how large we grow, let’s keep showing respect in Cuero.
 
Pat Koranek
 
Cuero
Wed
13
Aug

"We need to obey — not rewrite — the constitution"

 

Wed
13
Aug

iPad found at HEB is returned

 

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