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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.
 
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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.
 
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Tue
15
Jul

Bowen visits Hollywood for "Cold Justice" reunion

 

Tue
15
Jul

Workshop addresses need for emergency preparedness

 

Tue
15
Jul

Driver attempts to evade police, lands in ditch

 

The driver who attempted to evade police landed in the drainage ditch near Douglas Street. Paul Minix, 41, of Yoakum, was placed under arrest for evading arrest or detention in motor vehicle.
 
According to Cuero police chief Jay Lewis, at approximately 1 a.m. on July 10, officer Jason Kuecker observed a four door sedan turn onto the 200 block of Broadway from North Gonzales Street. As Kuecker attempted to check the registration, the driver of the vehicle turned onto the 400 block North Clinton Street and started to accelerate. 
 
The driver ran the stop signs at East Courthouse Street, East Church Street and East Main Street. The driver, unable to control his speed, drove through the yard of the Cuero Fire Department.
 
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Tue
15
Jul

Blain asked to judge Miss Louisiana Pageant

 

Tue
15
Jul

CDC property appraised at fair value

The Cuero Development Corporation (CDC) decided on May 19 to remove the CDC land of 11.89 acres — and the CDC property of a 35,000 square foot building and the four acres it sits — off the market for reassessment.

Tue
15
Jul

City looks for new librarian

 

Once again, the City of Cuero will begin the search for a new librarian.
 
Albert Chambers, who was hired in May, is no longer employed by the city.
 
“We wish him well in his future endeavors and we hope to fill the position in the very near future,” said city manager Raymie Zella.
 
Chamber’s predecessor, Barbara Jacob, who retired in February, was employed by the city for 22 years.
 
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Tue
15
Jul

Hawes promoted to finance director

 

Connie Hawes has been promoted by the City of Cuero to the position of finance director. Hawes has been with the city since March 2010. Hawes was the account manager for the city before the promotion.
 
The position of assistant city manager and finance director was held by John Washburn until May 9. He was with the city since 2009.
 
City secretary Jennifer Zefult said the city has not yet made a decision whether they will name an assistant city manager.

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Tue
15
Jul

McMahan is recipient of Rotary Vocational Award

Cuero Rotary Club presents an annual award to a local person that demonstrates support of the community through his chosen vocation. Rotary Club past president Brent Dreier, right, is shown present the Rotary Vocational Award to Jeff McMahan of McMahan Welding. Contributed photo.

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