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Thu
02
Jul

Charges filed on detention officer

 

Thu
02
Jul

18 wheeler hits water main

 

An 18-wheeler miscalculated its turn off of West St. and Fourth St. into The Texan in Yorktown. This caused a fire hydrant to be broken and also broke one of the city’s water mains. The trailer was stuck over the fire hydrant and the railing around it.
 
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Thu
02
Jul

Bailey, Ellie Heard sign books at library

Bailey and Ellie Heard signed copies of "The Ellie Project" at the Cuero Public Library today. The book can be purchased at ellieproject.com and baileyheard.com. Ellie (center) is shown with April Suarez (left) and Megan Proctor (right) presenting her book.

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Thu
02
Jul

Cuero Staycation presents Cops & Kids Bike Ride at city park

Cuero kids enjoyed a morning of riding bikes around the city park with Sgt. Kevin Kroos and Officer Jason Kuecker. Members of the Pilot Club of Cuero were also on hand giving out helmets. Sgt. Kroos is shown helping his daughter Savannah put on a helmet before they started their ride.

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Tue
30
Jun

DeWitt County Sheriff's Office seeking 2 men

 

Tue
30
Jun

CISD trustees approve 1st reading of drug testing policy

 

Cuero Independent School District trustees talked about a new random drug testing policy at their monthly meeting Thursday.
 
They approved the first reading of the new random drug testing policy for CJHS and CHS. If it is approved on its second reading in July, the new policy will be adopted for use in the new school year.
 
Work began on the a random drug testing policy in 2014. Discussions at Thursday’s meeting dealt with penalties or sanctions for students that test positive.
 
General discussions indicate random drug testing will occur about every six weeks of the new school year at both campuses.
 
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Tue
30
Jun

Recycling event at carnival

 

Keep Cuero Beautiful and the City of Cuero will be holding a Green Event during the Fourth of July Carnival sponsored by the Cuero Ministerial Alliance on Saturday monring. Cardboard, paper and plastic will be accepted at the pavilion.
 
The club will bring bins for cardboard, paper and plastic.
 
“We hope visitors and vendors will take this opportunity to show their pride in their community by filling these containers,” said KCB president Linda Henderson. “Let’s make this holiday a red, white, blue and green event.”
 
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Tue
30
Jun

Parade, contests at July Fourth Carnival

 

Tue
30
Jun

Dedication at Daule City Park on July 18

 

Tue
30
Jun

Declaration of Independence reading at county courthouse

 

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