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Tue
02
Sep

Register to vote before Oct. 6

 

Offices up for election in the Nov. 4 General Election include: United States Senator, United States Representative District 34, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Commissioner of Agriculture, Railroad Commissioner and other important offices of state and local interest. 
 
The last day to register to vote in the Nov. 4 General Election is Oct. 6. Those who have already registered but need to update information on their voter registration certificate, or those who have lost their certificate and need a replacement, may call 361-275-0850, or go by the Elections/Voter Registrar Office in the courthouse annex 115 N. Gonzales St. The building is behind the tax office. Onsite parking is available. Those with questions may also mail the office at electionadmin@co.dewitt.tx.us.
 
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Tue
02
Sep

Applications for ballots by mail must be received by Oct. 24

 

Tue
02
Sep

Members of Texas German Society to attend proclamation signing

 

Tue
02
Sep

Districts announce policies for free, reduced-price meals

Cuero ISD, Meyersville ISD, Nursery ISD and Westhoff ISD announced their policy for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the attached current income eligibility guidelines. Each school district has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by anyone on request.
 
Free and reduced lunch forms do not need to be filled out for Cuero ISD students enrolled John C. French and Hunt Elementary.
 
Tue
02
Sep

Gjolberg named to dean's list

 

IRVING, Texas — Kyle Gjolberg, an economics and finance major from Yoakum has been named to the University of Dallas dean’s list for the Spring 2014 semester for earning a semester grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
 
Read more in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
Tue
02
Sep

Expect new look, sound from Gobbler band

 

Tue
02
Sep

Halftime show wows audience

Cuero’s Gobblers and CHS Band welcomed fans to a new season Friday night winning both the game and the half-time show. The Gobblers defeated Wharton 33-20 and the band/Trotters wowed the audience with their rhythmic UIL contest performances. Cuero Record photos.

Tue
02
Sep

'Going green' in Yorktown

 

Tue
02
Sep

YVFD respond to house fire

 

Yorktown Volunteer Fire Department responded to a house fire Thursday night in the 2700 block of FM 237.
 
A 911 call to sheriff’s office dispatchers indicated a fire had started in the back of the house under a covered porch but was spreading to the house.
 
When YVFD firemen arrived, they reported the house was fully engulfed. Residents of the house had moved to a safe location outside the home. Reports indicate the house was destroyed by the fire.
 
Yorktown Fire Department responded with four pieces of equipment and were assisted by Cuero Volunteer Fire Department with two trucks. 
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View.
Tue
02
Sep

Trustees tour new school facilities

 

Anticipation is growing for the completion of the new Yorktown High School gymnasium and auditorium foyer.  Yorktown ISD board members toured the facility during their regular board meeting on Monday, August 18.
 
“We’re waiting for the sprinkler system in the auditorium,” said YISD Superintendent Alan Umholtz.  “Completion date for the auditorium is December 12 and we’re hoping for the gym to be open before Christmas.”
 
But the Eagle Ford Shale, considered a boom by many in the area, has been sort of a bust for the contractor charged with the job. 
 
“He’s lost 14 employees to the oil field,” Umholtz said.
 
Read more in this week's edition of News-View.

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