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Wed
17
Jun

Flash Flood Watch

The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood warning for southeastern DeWitt County until 1:15 p.m. Dopplar radar indicated a band of thunderstorms producing heavy rain across southeastern DeWitt County. Two to three inches of rain have already fallen and flash flooding is expected. Some locations that will experience flooding include Cuero, Thomaston, Meyersville, Terryville, U.S. Highway 87 and Farm to Market Road 682. Additional rainfall amounts one to two inches are possible in the warned area. 

Tue
16
Jun

Juneteenth celebration planned Saturday

 

Tue
16
Jun

Newly elected officers

 

Shown are the newly elected 2015-16 officers for the DeWitt Medical Foundation, from left, president Dr. John Frels, secretary Betty Sample, treasurer Suzie Post and vice president Martin Leske.
 
Contributed photo
 
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Tue
16
Jun

Local Cuero students to tour Northern Europe

 

Jacob Denton and Ashleigh and Renae Miller are members of the People to People Student Ambassador Program and will be touring seven countries as part of a European Heritage Program from June 23 through July 12. 
 
These students will visit England, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland. A home-stay is scheduled with a family in Germany for each of the student ambassadors during their three week tour. This entails overnight accommodations with a selected family for each student. They will share in daily living routine and culture experiences.
 
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Tue
16
Jun

CHS Class of 1950 celebrates reunion

 

The 65 year reunion for the Cuero High School class of 1950 was held on May 25 at Crossroads Cafe.
 
There were 18 of the 36 classmates remaining in attendance with their spouses or guests along with classmates from other classes, making for a total of 39.
 
One teacher, Catherine (Howard) Finch, was in attendance also. Colleen (Luker) Trautwein opened the meeting, and Tommy Mauer, president of the class, offered a thanks to all for attending.
 
The 35 deceased members were remembered in a prayer.
 
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Tue
16
Jun

Motorists urged to drive with caution as Tropical Storm Bill makes landfall

 

Tue
16
Jun

Simpson presents bell to former softball coach

 

Tue
16
Jun

Johnson awards bell to Eric Cormier

 

Tue
16
Jun

Fernandez presents bell to Longbotham

 

The Cuero High School Bell Ceremony was held on May 19. In the ceremony, the top 10 students and an additional student chosen by the principal present a bell award to an individual who has made a profound impact on his or her life or education. Following is the speech made by James Fernandez.
 
First of all, I would like to take a moment to say thank you to all of the teachers out there, whether they are present here or not, even if they were not a teacher of mine personally, because being a teacher is a ridiculously difficult job but so vitally important. In my twelve or so years of being in school I’ve had plenty of teachers, and I probably couldn’t even name all of them off the top of my head; and I’m sure that they have all had some kind of impact on my life whether I know it or not.
 
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Tue
16
Jun

Chamber adds new event to World Series of Cuero

 

The Cuero Chamber of Commerce is adding a new and exciting event to the seventh annual World Series of Cuero. Casino Night will begin at 8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at The Venue on Church Street. Events include Black Jack, Craps, Slots, Texas Hold ‘Em and more. Tickets are $50 and include dinner and $1,000 in casino chips.
 
The day will begin with the win run at 11 a.m. Participants will be able shop while sampling wines at participating boutiques and stores. For the first time in the history of the Wine Run, a 45-minute cooking class, hosted and sponsored by The Cooking Depot, will be held during the event. The Wine Run will end around 4 p.m. at The Venue on Church Street. Tickets are $60 and include wine tasting activities, the cooking class, transportation, a souvenir cup and dinner.
 
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