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Wed
26
Nov

Work to begin at CHS in January

 

Wed
26
Nov

Devon Energy presents $20,000 check to DeWitt County

 

Devon Energy attended the DeWitt County Commissioners Court recently to present County Judge Daryl Fowler with a check for $20,000 to buy critical supplies for the county’s emergency response personnel. 
 
The funds will allow Emergency Management Coordinator Rosie Ybarra to supply each emergency response personnel member in DeWitt County with an H2S monitor, provide the County with the necessary calibration equipment for the monitors and distribute fire suppressant foam to all fire stations.
 
H2S is hydrogen sulfide gas, a poisonous gas, is also known as sour gas.
 
Devon, one of the nation’s largest independent oil and natural gas producers and is active in DeWitt County and the Eagle Ford Shale.
 
Read more in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
Wed
26
Nov

Boys & Girls Club of DeWitt County hopes to raise $250k on Tuesday

 

Wed
26
Nov

District forced to repair floor in Wildcat gym

 

Wed
26
Nov

Lions donate to Blue Santa

 Yorktown Lions Club vice-president Tom Trevilion (left) and treasurer Pat Kainer present Officer Joshua Serbin with a donation towards Yorktown Blue Santa. Contributed photo. 

Wed
26
Nov

Police list burglaries, asking for help

 

Fri
21
Nov

Gobblers take area win over Geronimo Navarro

Playing the area title, Cuero Gobblers meet Geronimo Navarro in San Antonio. Navarro scores first but it was Cuero Gobblers the rest of the night. Gobbler D'Anthony Hopkins scores four TD's and D'Mond LaFond scores one as Cuero takes a 42-20 over Navarro. The Gobblers will now face Yoakum Bulldogs in a regional contest as they take their area game over Devine. That game will be in Victoria next week. Read more in the next edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.

Fri
21
Nov

Cuero police seek information in drive-by shooting

The Cuero Police Department was called out to a drive-by shooting at the 700 block of East Newman Street on Nov. 19 at 8:15 p.m.  

Fri
21
Nov

Car crashes into home on Moss Lane

 

An elderly couple found themselves parked in one of the front rooms of a rental home on Wednesday.
 
Sgt. J.J. Hernandez of the Cuero Police Department said a witness saw the entire incident. According to the witness, the driver of a beige Mercury Grand Marquis was driving south on Frobese Street. He grazed a parked burgundy Ford Fusion at the corner of Frobese and Moss Lane. The driver over-corrected by taking a hard right, driving onto the front yard and into the front room at 306 Frobese St. The witness went over to the driver to see if he was okay. The witness said the driver of the Marquis still had the vehicle in drive with his foot on the accelerator. The witness managed to stop the elderly man from accelerating and put the vehicle in park.
 
Cuero’s Emergency Medical Service and the Cuero Fire Department responded to the scene. EMS took vitals to ensure the couple was stable. No one was injured.
Thu
20
Nov

Cervantes wins tree from Tree Board

Skylar Cervantes, a seventh grader at Cuero Junior High School, is the winner of a Monterrey Oak Tree. The drawing was held by the City of Cuero Tree Board at the Nov. 7 football game at home. Shown from left, Tree Board member Alton Meyer, Skylar Cervantes, Skylar’s grandmother Mary Juarez and Tree Board member Jim Hedrick. The tree was planted at her home on Bridge Street. THE CUERO RECORD

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