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Fri
17
Apr

Flooding, road closures possible as heavy rains move through district

 

Thu
16
Apr

"A Walk for DS" scheduled May 23

 

The Down Syndrome Association of South Texas will host “A Walk for DS” on from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 23, at the Cuero Municipal Park, 201 Leonard Roy Harmon Drive.
 
Registration fee is $15. Participants who register before Thursday, April 30, receive a T-shirt. Deadline to register is Friday, May 22. To register, call 210-349-4372 or mail Down Syndrome Association of South Texas, 2800 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78230.
 
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Tue
14
Apr

Hunt Elementary groundbreaking scheduled Thursday

 

On Thursday, April 16, at 5:15 pm, school district officials and the citizens will celebrate the beginning of construction for the new Hunt Elementary School at a groundbreaking ceremony.
 
Superintendent Jim Haley will welcome visitors and recognize special guests. Board of Trustees president Johnny Blackwell will offer remarks from the board and thank citizens for supporting Cuero students by investing in facility improvements. 
 
Cuero ISD voters passed the bond to improve and expand the campus in a November 2013 election.
 
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Tue
14
Apr

Graffiti at park charges filed

The burglary at the Yorktown High School tied with two other crimes in Yorktown has been concluded after some of the members that were involved surrendered to officers.

On March 28 one of the storage units behind the bleachers of Yorktown High School was burglarized. Someone kicked the door open and stole cans of black spray paint. The next day, employees from the water well drilling site discovered graffiti at the city park and contacted the Yorktown Police Department.

Lt. Vicente Flores of Yorktown Police Department did the investigation. He said, “We found cans of spray paint on location. It was the same paint that was stolen from the storage unit at the high school. It is a paint only used by the school to paint the field.”

On March 30, another citizen contacted Yorktown chief of police Paul Campos to report graffiti under the bridge near the park.

 

Tue
14
Apr

Road safety leads talk at county meeting

 

Tue
14
Apr

12 to be recognized at Relay for Life event

 

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.
 
Contributed photo
Wed
08
Apr

April 13 is National Lineman Appreciation Day

 

Tue
07
Apr

3 arrested following apartment shooting

 

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