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Apr

CHS Trotters receive sweepstakes trophy in dance competition

 

Tue
15
Apr

"Definitely one of a kind"

 

Tue
15
Apr

47 flower baskets made to hang downtown

 

Spring has finally sprung in Cuero and the Cuero Main Street program is once again working to help beautify the downtown area 47 hanging flower baskets. This year the baskets will be filled with different varieties of Bougainvillea, Verbena, Lantana and Portulaca in shades of pinks, yellows, purples and reds and all purchased locally from Ful-O-Pep Ranch & Garden Center. 
 
The annual project is under the guidance of the Organization Committee of the Main Street Advisory Board. The committee is continuing the partnership with the Cuero High School FFA Floral Design students to do the planting of all the baskets under the direction of Robyn Hermes, FFA Ag teacher. 
 
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Tue
15
Apr

CCH will offer health screenings April 24

Cuero Community Hospital will sponsor health screenings at the CCH Education Room at 2550 N. Esplanade from 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday, April 24.
 
A basic screen package is offered for $160. The package includes the following screens: blood pressure and heart rate, body mass index, lipid profile (cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL, glucose, PSA for men), carotid artery, abdominal aortic aneurysm, bone density/osteoporosis, pulse oximetry, pulmonary function test, and a self-assessment for sleep study center.
 
The premium screens package includes all screens from the basic screens package and a CT coronary calcification screen with a full study report. The cost for the premium screens package is $310.
 
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Tue
15
Apr

Chuck Parsons is the featured speaker at the library April 22

 

The Cuero Public Library will sponsor its annual speaker night on April 22. This year’s featured speaker is Chuck Parsons, author of “The Sutton–Taylor Feud: The Deadliest Blood Feud in Texas.” The presentation will begin at 7 p.m.
 
Parsons, a native of Iowa, grew up in Iowa and Missippi in a farming family but is a Texan by choice. He moved here several years ago in order to concentrate full time on researching and writing about Texas outlaws, lawmen, feudists and rangers of the Old West.
 
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Tue
15
Apr

FBC collects 720 pounds of litter

Keep Texas Beautiful sponsors the Don’t mess with Texas Trash-Off. Following is the report from the First Baptist Church’s clean up April 5. First Baptist Church participated in a clean-up along State Highway 72 April 5. The following items were collected in 47 bags: cans bottles, plastic, glass, metal objects, plastic bags, paper bags, and paper. Also collected was a hood of a truck and several car tires and large pieces of tires. Keep Cuero Beautiful estimates 720 pounds of litter was collected, not including the 60 pound truck hood. Contributed photo.

Tue
15
Apr

Taxpayers League meets April 29

 

The DeWitt County Taxpayers League will hold its annual membership meeting at 6:30 p.m. on April 29 at the VFW Hall on U.S. Highway 183 in Cuero. All landowners are invited to be members of the league by attending the annual meeting.
Cost of membership and meal is $20 per couple or $10 per person.
 
A meal will be catered by the Barbecue Station at 6:30 p.m.
 
Michael E. Hanegan will give a program titled, “Evaluation of Oil and gas Property for Taxation” at 7:30 p.m. Hanegan is a petroleum engineer. He graduated from the University of Texas in 1975 and has 27 years of experience in the evaluation of oil and gas properties. 
 
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Tue
15
Apr

DeWitt County unemployment rate improves

 

DeWitt County’s unemployment rate continues to improve and is still better than the state average. With a labor force of 10,086 people reported in February, 9,635 were employed and 451 were unemployed. That results in an unemployment rate of 4.5 percent. A year ago at this time the rate was 4.9 percent.
 
In comparison to area counties, the rates were: Lavaca, 4.1 percent; Karnes, 5.1 percent; Goliad, 4.4 percent; Gonzales, 4.2 percent; and Victoria, 4.6 percent.
 
 Texas employers added 37,600 seasonally adjusted total nonfarm jobs in February. Those additions, coupled with a revised gain of 43,000 jobs in January, boosted annual growth to 314,200 jobs in Texas.
 
Texas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady at 5.7 percent in February. It was down from 6.5 percent in February 2013, and was a full percentage point below the nation’s February unemployment rate of 6.7 percent.
Tue
15
Apr

Grave decoration service planned April 27 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church

 

Tue
15
Apr

Conservation District honors area farmers

Outstanding youth and adults from DeWitt County were recently honored at the annual DeWitt County Soil and Water Conservation annual Awards Banquet.

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