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Tue
10
Jun

2014 Yorktown High graduates

Thirty-three seniors participated in commencement exercises for the 2014 graduating class of Yorktown High School June 6 at Wildcat Stadium. Ashley Fitts led the Pledge of Allegiance and the National Anthem. Honor student Vicki Samantha Niemeier led the invocation and benediction. James Semper, Jr. delivered the salutatory address and Victoria Pena delivered the valedictory address. Photos by Tim O’Malley/Yorktown News-View.

Thu
05
Jun

Celebration for Martin Luther King Jr. Drive planned June 14

 

Thu
05
Jun

Cotman returns from Washington, D.C.

 

Wed
04
Jun

2nd annual KidFest event scheduled Thursday

 

The Cuero Main Street program will present the 2nd annual KidFest from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, June 5 in the 200 block of East Main Street. The event is sponsored by Weber Motor Company, The Cooking Depot, BHP Billiton and Partners Chevrolet Buick GMC. 
 
This year’s event brings back favorite activities and games from last year's event including the inflatable water slide, Euro Bungee, Game Truck, dunk tank and magic show. New activities include a rock climbing wall and a life size human hamster ball.
 
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Wed
04
Jun

Rojas presents Bell Award to Braden

 

Throughout my long academic career there have been countless individuals who have made an impact in my life. I think it’s safe to say that I have met most of these people in an educational environment. Because of this, deciding who would receive this bell was a fairly difficult task. However, my choice for the recipient of this bell was someone who not only made an impact in my life but also made an effort to aid me in my future plans.
 
I met this person in the summer before my freshman year at Cuero High School. Year after year, she has always been there to guide me along the way.
 
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Wed
04
Jun

4 area students graduate from Texas State

SAN MARCOS — Texas State University has announced that the following students were among the graduates during 2014 spring commencement ceremonies at the university: Ross W. Goebel of Cuero received a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports science, Caleb J. Gips of Cuero received a bachelor’s degree in management, Morgan E. Rath of Cuero received a bachelor’s degree in public administration and Kayla E. Jones of Cuero received a bachelor’s degree in theatre.

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Wed
04
Jun

Area students named to Texas State dean's list

 

SAN MARCOS — Texas State University has announced that the following students have been named to the dean’s list for the 2014 spring semester: Tracy L. Trevino of Cuero, Victoria L. Hudgeons of Cuero, Caylin Lee Toot of Cuero, Tanner M. Hoffmann of Cuero, Sarah C. Turk of Yoakum, Stephanie D. Schlinke of Yorktown, Heather M. Enriquez of Yorktown and Cassie R. Parma of Yorktown.
 
To be named to the dean’s list at Texas State, a student must earn a minimum grade-point average of 3.50 while carrying a class load of at least 12 semester hours.
Tue
03
Jun

Little local interest in state runoff elections

 

Tue
03
Jun

Yorktown represented at state level for UIL

Competing at this year’s University Interscholastic League State meet on May 20 on the campus of the University of Texas in Austin, was the Yorktown High School accounting team made up of seniors Danielle Penn, Abigail Lodeweges, and Victoria Pena. The accounting team placed first at both the district and regional levels of competition. Pictured from the left are Victoria Pena, Abigail Lodeweges, Danielle Penn, and UIL State Spelling and Vocabulary Contest silver medalist junior Paige Milson. Contributed photo.

Tue
03
Jun

1960 opinion cost DeWitt County $8.8 million

 

An obscure Texas Attorney General opinion issued in 1960 has cost DeWitt County about $8.8 million since the Eagle Ford Shale drilling began three years ago.
 
That is the argument presented by County Judge Daryl Fowler and Dewitt County Commissioners Court.
 
About 54 years ago Kleburg County asked the state if it could lease some of its right-of-way for oil and gas exploration. An attorney general’s opinion said any money realized from a lease belongs to the state.
 
Judge Fowler is asking other counties in the shale-play to support new legislation to get that lease money to the counties that own the land.
 
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