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Tue
10
Jun

Second annual KidFest event is a success

The Cuero Main Street Program organized the second annual KidFest event June 5 in the 200 block of East Main Street. The event was sponsored by Weber Motor Company, The Cooking Depot, BHP Billiton and Partners Chevrolet Buick GMC. Several contests for children and parents were held. Results of the contests will be available in next week’s edition of the Record. Above, Grayson Henkes is shown with his aunt Katelyn Corporon getting his arm painted at the event.

Tue
10
Jun

City sponsors several Staycation events

 

Tue
10
Jun

Aerial fireworks banned despite rain

 

Road repair equipment, emergency notification system, aerial fireworks ban and traffic control were key topics at Thursday’s DeWitt County Commissioners Court meeting.
 
Repairing damaged county roads is a common topic at court meetings these days. However, Pct. 2 Commissioner James Pilchiek reported the shared asphalt distribution truck is “out of commission.”
 
He said after multiple repairs and lost time, a new road repair truck is needed. After reviewing estimates on the item, Pilchiek said a new one can be obtained for about $168,000 and delivered fairly quickly.
 
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Tue
10
Jun

Rabe retires after 36 years with Cuero ISD

 

There is nothing “old” about Mary K. Rabe, even though she has retired after 36 years of service with the Cuero Independent School District.
 
“Staying with technology kept me up with the lingo and keeping up with these kids,” Rabe said.
 
Rabe started her career with CISD at Hunt Elementary teaching kindergarten. 
 
“After a few years of teaching, I became a librarian and I have been there ever since,” Rabe said. “I have seen so much and is was so much fun.”
 
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Tue
10
Jun

Arndt resigns from the Cuero Chamber of Commerce

 

Tue
10
Jun

CDC reevaluates city's economic development plan

 

The Cuero Development Corporation has deemed it necessary to take a time-out to re-evaluate the direction of CDC’s economic development plan.
 
During the business portion of the regular CDC meeting on Monday, May 19, the CDC board reevaluated the sale of the CDC’s 11.89 acres and 35,000 square foot building adjacent to 127 Industrial Blvd. A motion was made by Sara Post Meyer seconded by Charles Tounley to remove both properties off the market at this time with a unanimous vote.
 
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Tue
10
Jun

Trustees hear high school classroom addition update

 

Tue
10
Jun

Fales presents Bell Award to Linscomb

The Cuero High School Bell Ceremony was held May 22. Hunter Fales presented an award to Zach Linscomb. Following is Fales' dedication speech.

Tue
10
Jun

EPA's proposed rule could hurt Texas farmers and ranchers

 

Tue
10
Jun

KYB Yard of the Month for June...

Keep Yorktown Beautiful is proud to select the beautiful yard of Jim and Sharon Massey as Yard of the Month for June. Located at 1158 Howard Road, the magnificent yard features roses, begonia, crepe myrtles, a water feature, statues, and many other attractions. A big thank-you to the Massey's for being a positive influence in our community. Contributed photo.

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