News

Wed
25
Sep

2 area educators named ESC III Teacher of the Year

Two area educators have received the distinction of Teacher of the Year from Education Service Center Region III. Donna Baxter, from Cuero ISD’s John C. French, was named Elementary Teacher of the Year and Cynthia Slovacek, from Meyersville School was named Secondary Teacher of the Year.

Wed
25
Sep

Volunteers refurbish Little League field

 

Renovation of the major league baseball field at Cuero City Park is underway, according the Cuero Little League board member Jim Hall.
 
This is the third of the Little League fields to see substantial refurbishing.
 
Board members and volunteers have removed the grass and top layer of dirt from the in-field and are in the process of laying new sod and of replacing the top soil.
 
With the volunteers providing the labor, the estimated cost of refurbishing, $17,000, was reduced to about $9,000.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Wed
25
Sep

Annual book sale planned at library Oct. 7

 

Fri
20
Sep

Weather cancels Gobbler game

Lightning and rain forces cancellation of Cuero - Somerset game. Homecoming royalty announced at ceremonies held in cafeteria. The CHS Homecoming Queen is Jennifer Sturm and King is Layne Balfanz.

Coach Travis Reeve said he will try to find game for Gobblers for open Friday, Oct. 4

For more see the next edition of The Cuero Record.

Fri
20
Sep

Traffic fatality near Yorktown

A fatality has been confirmed after a one-vehicle rollover. The wreck occurred today around 4 p.m. near the community of New Davy. This is the third traffic-related fatality in DeWitt County in less than two weeks. Continue checking www.YorktownNews-View.com. for more info as it becomes available.

Wed
18
Sep

New WD leader taking it day-to-day

 

Wed
18
Sep

City to refurbish offices

 

Wed
18
Sep

No foreseeable rains in Yorktown's future

 

Wed
18
Sep

Gerhardt-Marie Dueser reunion

 

Tue
17
Sep

Cuero ISD begins iPad distribution

 

After several months of planning and preparing, Cuero ISD took a major step in its Power Up initiative when it began distributing iPads to its students.
 
Distribution of iPads began Sept. 9 at the Cuero High School campus. Seniors received iPads first. The last class to receive iPads will be the fourth grade on Monday, Sept. 23. Students in pre-K through third grade will not have individual iPads to check out, but will have about three or four iPads available in each classroom.
 
Libby Barber of the Cuero ISD Instructional Technology Department spoke to the students before they received their iPads about appropriate use.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.

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