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Tue
18
Feb

Vietnam veterans seeking 12 photos

 

Tue
18
Feb

Yeretsky, Buesing medaled at Region III Technology Olympics

 

Tue
18
Feb

2014 Big Buck Contest winners announced

 

Tue
18
Feb

OKMH reduces cardiac transfers

 

Since 1975, Otto Kaiser Memorial Hospital have been serving Karnes County community making it their purpose to become the healthcare provider of choice, to exceed expectations and improve community health while remaining affordable and a stable force in their community.
 
Barbara James, director of marketing and public relations said, “We are the first critical care access hospital in the state to have [telecardiology program] available to a rural community.”
 
Telecardiology is a network that helps improve care by connecting patients with doctors and specialists, regardless of their location. These networks allow immediate consultations with heart specialists at top hospitals without the need for travel.
 
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Tue
18
Feb

TrustTexas Bank awarded Small Business of the Year

 

TrustTexas Bank was honored with the Small Business of the Year award by the Victoria Chamber of Commerce at their 2014 Victoria Chamber of Commerce Annual Membership Banquet, held Jan. 30. 
 
TrustTexas Bank has served South Texas with local community banking since 1921. They have five branches in the South Texas cities of Cuero, Victoria, Yorktown and Kyle.
 
Construction of a new branch in New Braunfels is underway, and is scheduled to open in the fall of 2014. With $260 million in assets, TrustTexas Bank is strong and known for its customer service and dedication to the communities it serves.
 
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Tue
18
Feb

Watson, Cotman advance to Regional Spelling Bee contest

 

After 18 rounds of spelling words,  the two finalists who will advance to the Regional Spelling Bee are Brady Watson and Muriel Cotman with Kesli Pratka as the alternate.
 
The Dewitt County Spelling Bee was held on Feb. 13 at St. Mark’s Lutheran Fellowship Hall where 15  students competed representing schools throughout DeWitt county. 
 
Watson, 6th grader from Cuero Intermediate, and Cotman, a home school student from The Acorn School, will advance to the Regional Spelling Bee competition to be held at Johnson Symposium Center in Victoria on March 18. If either winner is unable to attend Pratka, 6th grader from Cuero Intermediate, will fill in.
 
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Thu
13
Feb

Sheriff's office hosting crime prevention info meeting Feb. 20

The DeWitt County Sheriff’s Offices invites interested residents to a crime prevention information meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20. The meeting will be held at the Arneckeville Community Center. Recent burglaries and preventive measures will be discussed.

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Thu
13
Feb

"He's amazing": Cuero woman gives unexpected birth

 

Thu
13
Feb

Permit question remains unanswered

 

“I’m sorry it has come to this,” said Melvin Chaloupka at DeWitt County Commission’s Court Monday morning. 
 
He was referring to a two-year request for the county to enforce septic system and flood plain permits in the River Haven sub-division along the Guadalupe River south of Cuero.
 
Chaloupka said his complaint is a result of property owners establishing recreational vehicle parks on their property in River Haven without obtaining proper permits.
 
He said he was required to meet the necessary requirements when he established his business in River Haven but others have not.
 
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Thu
13
Feb

Grants available for development

 

Additional benefits of being in the most productive part of the Eagle Ford Shale were spelled out Tuesday here.
 
Four representatives of Eagle Ford Shale Community Development Program were in Cuero describing potential grants for variety of projects.
 
A part University of Texas at  San Antonio Institute for Economic Development, the team was meeting with community leaders throughout the shale-play discussing the assistance their can provide for economic growth.
 
Mario Neira, business economics research associate, said their message is to provide communities with planning services, research, seminars, and workshops for grant proposal writing.
 
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