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Tue
14
Apr

CHS students complete Google programming course

 

Technology is an ever-growing part of life today. Four Cuero High School students understand this and took the initiative by participating and completing an online programming course through Google, DonorsChooose.org and the Khan Academy. For their efforts, Google donated $400 to CHS, $100 in recognition of each student.
 
William Hogan, Chris Renshaw, Haley Van Slooten, and Valerie Vazquez started and completed the Introduction to Java Script course with the help of teacher Mrs. Deborah Pedraza.
 
There was a timetable on the online programming course, as the students started in January and had to be finished by March 17.
 
Mrs. Pedraza noted the difficulty of the class when saying, “It was an intense course with some students working over spring break.”
 
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Tue
14
Apr

CDC presents $2,400 check

Wayne Adickes, left, chairman of the Cuero Heritage Museums, receives a check for $2,400 from Samantha Solis of the Cuero Development Corporation for completion of the Main Street Façade Program. This matching grant program partially paid for the repairing and replacing of several cornices.
 
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Wed
08
Apr

April 13 is National Lineman Appreciation Day

 

Tue
07
Apr

3 arrested following apartment shooting

 

Tue
07
Apr

Band director asks trustees for $220,000 worth of new instruments

 

Tue
07
Apr

Dodgeball tourney entries due Wednesday

 

Entries are needed for the Open Division of the upcoming dodgeball tournament hosted by the Cuero High School National Honor Society. Anyone ages 9th grade and older may enter the Open Division. Cuero coaches are going to have a team, and other adults are encouraged to participate in this fun event as well. Players can be from other high schools or adult. Five players per team, and at least one member on the team must be a girl (age 9th grade or older). $50 per team ($10 per person). Prize money will be given to the winners of the Open Division. 
 
Entries will be taken until 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 8. Call Cat Haley at 325-660-7882 to enter.
 
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Tue
07
Apr

Fire claims Westhoff home

 

Westhoff Volunteer Fire Department, assisted by Cuero Volunteer Fired Department, battled this house fire Saturday night at 175 Carter Ave. in Westhoff. The homeowner, Sara Rodriguez, 76, was not home at the time of the fire. It was reported by a relative that lived close by. When first responders arrived, the home was fully engulfed by the fire.
 
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Tue
07
Apr

Decoration Day at Edgar Family Cemetery Saturday

 

Tue
07
Apr

Sale of booth spaces to benefit KCB

 

The Keep Cuero Beautiful annual Garage Sale and More Extravaganza is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, April 11, at the Cuero Municipal Park Pavilion. 
 
Sale of booth spaces benefits KCB. To reserve a booth, call the Cuero Chamber of Commerce at 361-275-2112. Marked off spaces under the pavilion are priced by size and location and cost $10-30. Outer perimeter spaces cost $15-25 and include electrical access and drive-up access.
 
Spaces may be reserved by individuals, school groups, church groups, civic clubs, community organizations and those raising funds. Suggested items to sell include tools, crafts, homemade products (nonfood), toys, furniture, working electronics, CDs and tapes. No live animals for sale.
 
Read more in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
 
Tue
07
Apr

CHS One-Act Play performance scheduled April 14

 

The Cuero High School will present the One-Act Play “Steel Magnolias” by Robert Harling at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 14, in the CHS Cafetorium. The cast is shown, from left, Taylor Gray, Lisa Francis (All-Star Cast), Ariana Campbell (All-Star Cast), Emma Adams (Alternate All-Star Cast), Annabel McLeod and Kaleigh Patek. When parking, use the reserved stadium parking lot. Suggessted donation is $5. Admission for students is free. 
 
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