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Wed
18
Jun

Trustees motion to limit lunch charges

 

Wed
18
Jun

Corner Store opens in Cuero

 

Corner Store hosted a grand opening for its newest location in Cuero at 4150 State Highway 72 West on June 12. 
 
Corner Store employees and volunteers washed windows and pumped gas for patrons, as well as offering free samples of fresh-baked, Fresh Choices sausage kolaches and cookies, and a free Flavors2Go fountain drink or Cibolo Mountain coffee.
 
Pete Linton, vice president of regional retail operations for Corner Store, presented Cuero High School with a check for $5,000 to show the company’s commitment to the community. 
 
“At Corner Store, we want to be team players in the communities we serve,” said Kim Bowers, president and CEO of CST Brands, Corner Store’s parent company.
 
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Wed
18
Jun

State lists roads to see repairs

 

Wed
18
Jun

PWE announces proposed facility in DeWitt County

 

Tue
17
Jun

Gobbler Stadium work increases reserved seating

 

Tue
17
Jun

Area sales tax rebates a mixed bag

 

Tue
17
Jun

Drehr presents Bell Award to Lucas

 

Tue
17
Jun

4 local men leave legacy for all to make life better here

 

Cuero and DeWitt County has endured a lot of loss over the past month. Community and county leaders E.T. Summers, Jr., August Schulle, Frank Sheppard, and Mike Weber were buried within a short 31 day period.
 
All well respected, great people with great legacies.
 
It is too simplistic to say they helped make this city and county what they are today. 
 
Here is another way of looking at it.
 
Together they were on this Earth 351 years.
 
They were in business here a combined 252 years.
 
These four men held leadership positions in 31 community, business and church organizations.
 
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Tue
17
Jun

Museum supporter honored at annual luncheon

 

Tue
17
Jun

Gigantic haul

A gigantic storage tank moved through Yorktown on Thursday afternoon, June 5, stopping traffic in all directions. Utility lines and traffic lights had to be lifted to allow underneath passage of the tank. Once clear of the traffic lights, the motorcade continued on its way on State Highway 119 South towards Weesatche. Photo by Mari Gohlke/Yorktown News-View

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