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Tue
26
Aug

City tax rate may remain the same

 

The City of Cuero property tax value may remain at 32 cents/per $100 appraised value for the fiscal year 2014-2015, according to city leaders at the special city council meeting held Aug. 12. Two public hearings will be held at 5:45 p.m. on Sept. 2 and Sept. 9.
 
“I don’t see any reason for it to go up, and it shouldn’t go down,” said councilman at-large Tony Allen.
 
Capital improvement projects in next year’s budget include city hall improvements, federal building improvements, Coke building renovation, library architect fees, playground equipment, the purchase on the building on Sarah Street for public works, a farmers market feasability study, a building for the collection center and Boys & Girls Club building improvements.
 
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Tue
26
Aug

Fireman at home recovering from attack

 

Tue
26
Aug

Cowgirl Cuties take stage

7-8 year old participants in the Yorktown Cheer Camp were the Cowgirl Cuties. Varsity leaders were Shelby Franke and Hallei Wehlmann. Jr. High helpers were Madison Kozok and Makeena Yendel. Cowgirl Cuties were:  Mallory Soliz, Brilye Campbell, Laynie Boyd, Faith Everitt, Ashlie Gaida, Braleigh Dodds, Alisha Reyes, Sydnie Krueger, Evelyn Morris, Lila Buch, Kendyll Sinast, Raven Garza, Destiny Longoria. Contributed Photo

Tue
26
Aug

Lassoing Ladies prepare to round-up at half time

9, 10, 11 & 12 year old participants in the Yorktown Cheer Camp were the Lassoing Ladies. Varsity leaders were Courtney Ludwick and Alexis Longoria. Jr. High helper was Kassi Billings. Lassoing Ladies were: Heavenleigh Enriquez, Shyand Guerrero, Karisa Rubio, Lily Rodriguez, Catelyn Chandler, Emie Bolting, Katelyn Dodds, Ayana Longoria, Aubriana Longoria. Photo by Mari Gohlke/Yorktown News-View

Thu
21
Aug

Volunteers inspect damage after vandals hit YAM Building

 

Wed
20
Aug

Police arrest Yorktown man after he stabs firefighter

 

Tue
19
Aug

CHS marching band begins practicing halftime show

Members of the Cuero High School Marching Band began practicing for their halftime show, titled “Opposites,” earlier this month at the CHS parking lot. The band is led by director Richard Varela Jr. and assistant director Brian Black. Cuero Record photo.

Tue
19
Aug

$2,500 cash value prize for grabs at chamber fundraiser

 

Tue
19
Aug

Nefford-Esse hired as chamber executive director

 

Tue
19
Aug

Meyer hired as CIS principal

 

Change is happening at Cuero Intermediate School. Construction is underway for $3 million worth of upgrades at the campus. Additionally, Richard Meyer was hired as the new principal.
 
“I’m excited to be here,” he said. “I’m ready to jump into the mix and have fun and work hard. As an elementary campus, I think we ought to be having some fun.”
 
Meyer’s predecessor Bill Hamilton was promoted as the district assistant superintendent of student services.
 
Before coming to Cuero, Meyer served as assistant principal for the Forney ISD at Crosby Elementary, Brown Middle School and Clayborn Elementary. He had been with the district since 2007.
 
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