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Tue
22
Jul

Couple finds whistling ducks in swimming pool

 

It has been said that if you spend any time near a South Texas river you may notice one or more ducks flying overhead “whistling a tune.” That was not the case for Cuero residents Robert and Susan Sullivan. All they had to do was look out into their back yard.
 
On July 3, Susan was about to let the dog out into the back yard and something told her not to.
 
“I looked out and saw all these baby ducks in the pool,” Susan said.
 
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Tue
22
Jul

Holy Cross holds VBS

Holy Cross 2014 SonTreasure Island Vacation Bible School was held June 23-27. These children discovered the rich treasure of God's amazing love through the truths found in 1 Corinthians 13. A splish-splashing good time was had by all. Photo by Mari Gohlke/Yorktown News-View.

Tue
22
Jul

A world turned upside down, righted by prayer

 

Tue
22
Jul

New crew continues street paving

 

It may take a little longer for Yorktown residents to see smoother streets.  That’s because the Internal Revenue Service has apparently seized equipment owned by Cummings Paving, a subcontractor doing the job.
 
But according to Yorktown city administrator Robert Mendez, the streets will get done.  Mendez said the IRS seized equipment owned by Cummings Paving, a subcontractor hired by Zimmerman Construction, to do the street work about four weeks ago.  “Zimmerman has the contract,” Mendez said.  “Zimmerman hired Cummings Paving to do the work.”
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View.
Tue
22
Jul

Disposal site hearing delayed, concerns differ in Nordheim

 

Right off Broadway, on West First Street, the Nordheim City Hall building sits unassuming. But lately, it hasn’t been too quiet. Inside the building, Nordheim mayor Kathy Payne works on the town’s budget.
 
In addition to her usual duties as mayor, Payne also has been following the plans of a proposed solid waste disposal site on Hohn Road, near town. Peyote Systems, LLP, filed the application for the disposal site. Residents of the town frequently visit the office with concerns about the proposed site.
 
“I really believe you have to understand both sides,” Payne said.
 
To do this, Payne has met with PetroWaste Environmental chief operating officer Sammy Cooper. Cooper visited town June 26 and July 17.
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View.
Tue
22
Jul

Sneaky snakes at Yorktown library program

Mr. Clint, a.k.a. “The Snake Man” of Texas Snakes (right) answers a question while adult volunteers handle a yellow python as part of the Wednesday afternoon Summer Reading Program held at the Yorktown Public Library. During the afternoon, Mr. Clint introduced the audience to many different species of live snakes as well as giving an instructional description of each.  Following the program, attendees were able to view and touch the snakes. Photo by Mari Gohlke/Yorktown News-View

Wed
16
Jul

Texas gubernatorial candidate visits DeWitt County

Kathie Glass, a libertarian candidate for Texas Governor, stopped by The Record office with her tour bus on July 16. Glass is visiting 254 Texas counties in her tour bus, touting her plan for Texas independence. Visit www.kathieglass.org or call 512-308-6936 for more info. Cuero Record photo.

Wed
16
Jul

Gypsy MC International plans memorial run Saturday

The Cuero Chapter of Gypsy MC International will sponsor a memorial run Saturday, July 19 at Monster Burger Grill. Registration will be held from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Cost is $15 per rider and $10 per passenger.. A live auction will be held. Call 361-275-0328 for more info.
 
Read more DeWitt County briefs in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
Wed
16
Jul

Wellness Center construction is expected to be completed next month

 

“Construction is ahead of schedule,” said Dr. Phylis Canion of the new Cuero Wellness Center located at the corner of Esplanade and Sarah.
 
The new 20,000 sq. ft. facility is scheduled to be completed in August with a grand opening set for September.
 
Dr. Canion and Eric Draper are the project managers representing DeWitt Medical Foundation and Weaver-Jacobs Constructors is the contractor.
 
“We’ve had phenomenal success,” said Dr. Canion. “This is a $2 million project that has been paid for through donations and the donations keep coming.”
 
This facility will replace the current facility located near the intersection of Main and Esplanade.
 
Read more in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
Tue
15
Jul

Bowen visits Hollywood for "Cold Justice" reunion

 

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