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Tue
15
Jul

DeForest receives Star Award

 

Tue
15
Jul

Disposal site talk reaches hearing stage in Austin

 

Two issues facing DeWitt County residents will be battled in Austin according to discussions at Monday’s commissioner’s court meeting.
 
Texas Railroad Commission will hold hearings Monday and Tuesday concerning an application for a solid waste disposal site on Hohn Road near Nordheim. Peyote Systems, LLP filed the application for the disposal site.
 
Along with citizens in the Nordheim area, commissioners court has formally opposed approval of that application.
 
County Judge Daryl Fowler said there is a possibility the hearings may get postponed next week but a representative of this county has to be there to testify in case the hearings are not postponed.
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View.
Tue
15
Jul

Promise pumps playground project up

 

Thu
10
Jul

Chamber presents BOM Award to Cuero Pecan House

Representatives from the Cuero Chamber of Commerce presented the  July 2014 Business of the Month Award to Annette and Erwin Rath of the Cuero Pecan House on July 8. The Pecan House is at 104 W. South Railroad St.

Thu
10
Jul

H-E-B donates $1,000 to pet organization

H-E-B donated a $1,000 gift card to Pet Adoptions of Cuero. Shown from left, H-E-B manager-in-charge Austin Lind, H-E-B assistant store director David Williams, H-E-B manager-in-charge Richard Wilkerson, Pet Adoptions of Cuero president Ron Ledbetter, Pet Adoptions of Cuero second vice president Linda Anzaldua and Pet Adoptions of Cuero board member Peggy Ledbetter. Not shown are Pet Adoptions of Cuero directors David Baker and Emily Davis and Pet Adoptions of Cuero first vice president Myrna Hassfield. Cuero Record photo.

Wed
09
Jul

Victoria man arrested after allegedly breaking into home on Morgan Avenue

 

Wed
09
Jul

91-year-old Ernster flies vintage bomber at special event in Austin

 

July Fourth had a little different meaning for Clete and Kathleen Ernster of Cuero this year.
 
They were whisked away Friday morning by helicopter to Bergstrom airport in Austin for the Commemorative Air Force Central Texas Wing Barnstorming Event in Austin. 
 
Celebrating Independence Day, the trip included Ernster flying an iconic World War II vintage B-25 Mitchell bomber named ‘Yellow Rose’. There are only 27 of these bombers remaining.
 
Ernster was invited by the Commemorative Air Force as a veteran aviator. A recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross, he flew both the B-25 and C-47 in Asia. He also authored the book “No Guts, No Glory.”
 
Read more in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
 
Tue
08
Jul

Newly hired librarian hopes to offer eBooks for checkout

 

Tue
08
Jul

CDC deliberates sale of building

 

Tue
08
Jul

DeWitt teen looks at world championship

 

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