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Tue
02
Jun

McLeod is CDC meeting speaker

 

The Cuero Development Corporation will host June’s Community Leaders’ Meeting on Friday, June 5 at 7:30 a.m., at TrustTexas Bank, 121 E. Courthouse St. 
 
Tempi McLeod, manager of Victoria College’s Emergin Technology Complex, will be the speaker. RSVP to ssolis@cityofcuero.com. Call the CDC at 361-275-8178 for more info.
 
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Tue
02
Jun

Cuero Public Library to host chemistry roadshow on June 10

 

The Cuero Public Library will be hosting Dr. Jim Pennington and his chemistry roadshow at 10 a.m. on June 10 at the Municipal Club House located at 201 Leonard Harmon Roy Drive.  
 
 The Chemistry Roadshow is a public service program with two complimentary goals: to entertain and educate students using chemistry. Using sensory impact they hope students will remember the excitement and surprise they feel during demonstrations.
 
Dr. Jim Pennington, PHD., is an Instructional Assistant Professor in Organic Chemistry at Texas A&M. He is sponsored by Texas A&M and the adapted writings of Dr. John L. Hogg who passed away in 2008. This program travels throughout Texas performing chemical wonders to inspire and delight children and adults of all ages in the field of science.
 
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Tue
02
Jun

The Record earns 4 awards at contest

 

Tue
02
Jun

Annual Crops Tour scheduled June 23

 

Tue
02
Jun

Unemployment steadily dropping in DeWitt County

 

Tue
02
Jun

Rory Johnson graduates from TAMUK

 

Tue
02
Jun

ConocoPhillips donates $10,000 to Cuero Volunteer Fire Department

 

Tue
02
Jun

2 CISD libraries open this month

 

Tue
02
Jun

CIS ties for 1st place in Trex Plastic Film Recycling Challenge

 

Tue
02
Jun

Keeping a neighbor safe

For one Yorktown resident, “To serve and to protect” never meant more than it does today.

Joy Machost moved from the rural country 12 years ago to live inside the city limits to settle down with her husband, Roland (d. Nov. 1, 2014). They were married 40 years.

Joy said, “After he passed away, a lot of stuff started happening. I broke my hip on April 18 and stayed at a nursing home for 21 days. While I was in the nursing home, someone broke into my house. I suspect {...}.”

Machost’s front door was kicked in destroying the frame and the door.

She said, “I had to get a new door. It has a new lock, a deadbolt and it is a metal door. He will have a heck of a time.”

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