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Tue
23
Sep

DCSO looks for suspect in church burglary

 

DeWitt County Sheriffs Office has issued a warrant for a burglary suspect in connection with a Sept. 5 burglary.
 
Investigator Carl Bowen said the sound system at Zion Lutheran Church in Arneckeville was taken in the that burglary.
A warrant has been issued for Philip Michael Maas, 37, of Goliad in connection with this investigation.
 
Anyone who has information concerning the location of the suspect is encouraged to contact DeWitt County Crime Stoppers by calling 361-275-0880.
 
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Tue
23
Sep

Eagleford Restaurant is August 2014 BOM

Eagleford Restaurant was chosen as the August 2014 Business of the Month. The chamber board presented owner David Pipkin and executive chef Sam Hess the award. Contributed photo. 

Tue
23
Sep

Casino Night Saturday

 

Mon
22
Sep

Freshman team loses to Calhoun

 

The Cuero freshman football team played Calhoun in Port Lavaca last Thursday shutting down their offense in the first half but coming up short in the end losing 6-16.
 
“We controlled the ball for much of the game but could not finish drives in the first half,” Freshman football coach Phil Schwarz said. “Calhoun scored on a couple of big plays in the second half that decided the game.”
 
Cole Toller scored the only Cuero touchdown in the forth quarter from a 68 yard pass from Jeremiah Diaz. Toller had 3 receptions for 92 yards. Diaz passed 87 yards, and had 8 carries for 71 yards.
 
On the Cuero defense Justin Hammond had 6 tackles and Cole Payne had 5 tackles.
 
The Cuero freshmen (2-2) will play Columbus at home on Sept. 25 starting at 5 p.m.
 
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Fri
19
Sep

Yorktown Wildcats take big lead

Traveling to Somerville Friday night, Yorktown's Wildcats take a commanding 30-0 lead in the first half.

Fri
19
Sep

Cuero takes the lead 10-7

After being down 7-0 against Calhoun at Gobbler Stadium, Cuero rebounds to take a 10-7 lead after the start of the 2nd half.

Tue
16
Sep

Cormier named assistant principal of the year by TASSP

 

Tue
16
Sep

English classes offered at Cuero ISD

 

Tue
16
Sep

Drought takes toll on county's aquifers

 

In spite of one to three inches of rain over the weekend, DeWitt County continues to deal with drought problems.
 
Recent reports of water well levels dropping in neighboring counties, applies here also.
 
“The shallow wells are drying up. It’s not a situation unique to DeWitt County. It’s all over. It’s happening in Lavaca, Victoria, Goliad, and Jackson counties,” said Charlotte Krause, general manager of Pecan Valley Groundwater Conservation District.
 
“It’s not everybody’s. It’s one here and one over there but some shallow wells are drying up. And the aquifer levels are dropping.”
 
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Tue
16
Sep

Mixon hired at the Cuero Library

 

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