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Tue
23
Sep

Cuero ISD offers after-school tutoring

 

Cuero ISD after-school tutoring is offered from 3:45-5 p.m. at the high school, from 3:35-4:35 p.m. at the junior high school, from 3:35-4:45 at the intermediate school, from 3:20-4:15 p.m. at Hunt Elementary (begins Oct. 14), and from 3-4 p.m. at John C. French Elementary (begins Oct. 14).
 
Free healthy snacks are provided. School transportation is available. Contact James Coburn at 361-275-1918 for more info about transportation. Call 361-275-1900 for more info.
 
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Tue
23
Sep

EFS generated more than $87b in economic output for Texas in 2013

 

Tue
23
Sep

Blood drive scheduled Friday at Mount Vernon Mills

 

Tue
23
Sep

Benefit for Candyce Henwood scheduled Oct. 19

 

Tue
23
Sep

City applies for downtown grant

 

Tue
23
Sep

$22m budget approved at Cuero ISD trustee meeting

Cuero School District trustees met last week for formally adopt a tax rate and budget for the new school year.
 
This new budget includes expenses totalling $22 million, up about $3 million from the past school year.
 
The new tax rate is $1.37707 per $100 valuation compared to the current rate of $1.10403.
 
The largest portion of the expenses will be in instruction which will total $12.4 million. That is up about $2.6 million over the current budget.
 
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Tue
23
Sep

$44m budget set for DeWitt County

 

Tue
23
Sep

Register to vote before Oct. 6

 

Tue
23
Sep

Pet Adoptions of Cuero sets record

Pet Adoptions of Cuero hosted an adoption event on Sept. 13 at Stevens Health Care and Rehab Center in Yoakum. Four dogs and two cats were adopted, a record for the club.

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Tue
23
Sep

Annual meeting scheduled Oct. 6

 

Members of the DeWitt County Farm Bureau will join together on Oct. 6 for the annual meeting. The meeting will be held at the Barbecue Station at 114 S. Esplanade in Cuero, beginning at 6 p.m. A barbecue meal will be served prior to the meeting. 
Dinner tickets purchased in advance are $4 per person. Tickets may be purchased at the Farm Bureau office or from any director.
 
The speaker for the evening will be Jay Bragg. Bragg is associate director of commodity and regulatory activities for Texas Farm Bureau. His primary responsibilities include water, environmental and natural resource issues.
 
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