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Tue
16
Dec

Vets take on fog with Holiday Kayaking

A heavy fog did not stop adventurists from kayak fishing on the Guadalupe River at State Highway 72.

 Q-Rare-O Market and Heroes on the Water hosted a Holiday Kayak Fishing Outing on Dec. 13 inviting the community to join veterans for a morning of fun, fishing and paddling but more so, to thank the veterans for their service.

Just over a two dozen participants started early with all the gear to catch bass from the river but that would not have been so easy if it had not been for the preparations before hand.

Precinct 1 Commissioner Curtis Afflerbach had his crew out to provide a good clearing for people to bring their kayaks. Not long after Terry Brown, pastor of Fresh Start Fellowship, came with his bobcat tractor to widen the path and lay mulch to make it a little easier to walk on.
 

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Fri
12
Dec

Choir takes stage at Christmas in Downtown

The second annual Christmas in Downtown event, hosted by Cuero Main Street, kicked off yesterday. The Hunt Elementary School Singers, shown, took the entertainment stage at 6:30 p.m.

Wed
10
Dec

Leak reported in Nordheim

 

A leak was reported by a Nordheim resident at approximately 8:30 p.m. yesterday.
 
Kinder Morgan director of corporate communication and public affairs Richard Wheatley supplied the following written statement: “At approximately 9:40 p.m. on Dec. 9, Kinder Morgan Texas Pipeline personnel responded to a natural gas and liquids leak on a lateral pipeline near Nordheim. There was no fire or injuries, and the line was isolated. Regulatory agency notifications were made. Cleanup operations are underway, to be followed by repairs. It’s estimated that the spill will be cleaned up within 24 hours. There are no customer impacts. An investigation into the incident will be conducted.”
Wed
10
Dec

Plans for new library approved at council meeting

 

Wed
10
Dec

Cuero ISD election is Tuesday

 

Wed
10
Dec

2nd annual Christmas in Downtown begins Thursday

 

Wed
10
Dec

Boys & Girls Club of DeWitt County raises over $100,000

 

It may not have been $500,000, but $100,000 is nothing to sneeze at. The Boys & Girls Club of DeWitt County raised $47,000 on Giving Tuesday (Dec. 2). And donations continue to trickle in. As of Dec. 5, the club raised over $50,000.
 
An anonymous donor had agreed to match donations dollar to dollar. With matching donations, the club has raised over $100,000.
 
Although Giving Tuesday has passed, club leadership continues to eye their half a million dollar goal.
 
“The anonymous donor is going to keep matching until we reach our goal,” said executive director Kelvin Washington.
The club’s goal for Giving Tuesday was $250,000 before matching donations.
 
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Wed
10
Dec

Gobbler radio announcers retire from Friday tradition

 

Wed
10
Dec

CCH successfully meets objectives set by CMS

 

Wed
10
Dec

Cuero ISD to break ground on high school construction projects

On Wednesday, Dec. 17 at 10 am, school district officials and citizens will celebrate the beginning of construction for the Cuero High School additions at a groundbreaking ceremony.
 
Superintendent Jim Haley will welcome visitors and recognize special guests. Board of trustees president Johnny Blackwell will offer remarks from the board and thank citizens for supporting Cuero students by investing in facility improvements. 
 

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