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Fri
02
Jan

Christmas in the Park continues thru Sunday

 

Cuero’s Christmas in the Park will be open through Sunday, Jan. 4, closing at 10 p.m.
 
“The December Events Committee appreciates very much the visits of an estimated 90,000 people, the generous donations, comments and all the volunteers who who help keep us open every night for six weeks,” said Mary Polansky of the December Events Committee.
 
Take down starts Monday.
 
For more info, call 361-275-1222 or 361-550-5616 or visit www.christmasincuero.com.
 
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Tue
30
Dec

What happened in 2014?

 

Highlights of 2014 included several areas of property being developed throughout town. Some major work includes construction at Cuero ISD. Throughout the year, trustees motioned to approve plans for the Cuero High School, Cuero Junior High School and Cuero Intermediate School. In addition, the Commissioners Court began work to improve roads throughout the county. Following are some of this year’s feature articles.
 
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Tue
30
Dec

Home lost in Christmas Eve fire

 

Tue
30
Dec

Council briefed on annexation

 

Tue
30
Dec

Kolkhorst takes oath of office as senator

 

Tue
30
Dec

Campos family chosen for 'Christmas magic'

It was five years ago when Santa arrived in Yorktown to surprise Lindsay Green and her two daughters, Kaydense and Madie, with a houseful of furniture, toys, and clothes.

Green's husband, Sgt. Gabe Green, was a Texas Army National Guardsman. He was killed in action by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan in mid-October 2009.

Santa Claus (Buddy Kamin of Kamin Furniture) returned to Yorktown once again to offer some “Christmas magic”, last week.

Sirens blared as a caravan made its way to the home of Amy Naranjo Campos to deliver an early Christmas package or packages.

Mary Romans, a resident of Yorktown and a nurse with the Yorktown Independent School District, submitted a letter nominating Campos for Kamin Furniture's annual furniture giveaway. She said, “It was a good opportunity to help someone.”

Campos said, “I was in shock. I was overwhelmed.”

 

Tue
30
Dec

Christmas Eve house fire

During the hours when most people were having Christmas Eve dinner or attending Christmas Eve church service, firefighters from Cuero and Yorktown were summoned to the report of a house fire. 

At 5:14 p.m. DeWitt County dispatch notified Cuero Fire Department that there was a wooden framed building on fire at the 2500 block of Dlugosch-Boldt Road.

Chief Butch Tolbert said he was in church and the service just ended.

Assistant chief Charles Klaevemann said, “I was in church and we just turned to the last page before my pager went off.”

Upon arrival,...

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Tue
23
Dec

$6,000 worth of gifts raised for 6 children

 

Tue
23
Dec

Groundbreaking ceremony held at CHS

 

Tue
23
Dec

DaVita donates $5,000 to CAMAL House Food Pantry

Each year, the Davita Charity Partners Program donates money to a nonprofit group. This year, the Victoria-area group chose to donate $5,000 to the CAMAL House Food Pantry in Cuero. Shown from left, Roseanna Varela, administrative assistant at Davita Cuero Lakeview Dialysis; Felicia Ramirez, facility administrator at Davita Spring Creek Dialysis in Victoria, John White, facility administor at Davita Port Lavaca Dialysis, Sylvia Padilla, administrator at Davita Cuero Lakeview Dialysis; Janis Ford, volunteer coordinator at CAMAL House Food Pantry; Cory Duckett, assistant director at CAMAL House Food Pantry; and Jason Ohrt, facility administrator at Davita Victoria Dialysis Center. THE CUERO RECORD

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