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Tue
19
Aug

CCH acquires ownership of Parkside Family Clinic

 

Cuero Community Hospital acquired ownership of Parkside Family Clinic on Aug. 11. The merger of Parkside Family Clinic and CCH aligns the hospital, doctors, and family nurse practitioners on to one team. CCH also acquired Bohman Clinic, Kenedy Family Practice, Nixon Family Practice and Yorktown Medical Clinic in June 2013.
 
“Bringing us together on one team will help us both navigate the very challenging and complex times ahead in healthcare,” said CCH CEO Skip Gjolberg.
 
Read more in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
 
Tue
19
Aug

CCH welcomes hospitalists

Cuero Community Hospital welcomed its new hospitalist program on Aug. 11 with a breakfast reception for employees and physician staff. The hospitalist program is part of a new juncture in healthcare to provide more assistive care to patients during their hospital stay. Hospitalists for CCH will be Dante Garza, M.D., and Jennifer Gonzales, M.D. Shown from left, Skip Gjolberg, Cuero Community Hospital CEO; Dr. Dante Garza, CCH Hospitalist, and Charles Papacek, Cuero Community Hospital board member. Contributed photo.

Tue
19
Aug

Donations accepted for construction of prison chapel

 

Tue
19
Aug

Chief meteorologist to speak on hurricane readiness

 

Tue
19
Aug

Western Days names bands for 56th event

 

Tue
19
Aug

Friday's scrimmage to be held in Victoria

 

The Cuero Gobblers football teams had a location change for their scrimmage against Victoria West on Aug. 22.
 
Due to the construction of the Gobbler Stadium, the Gobblers will play at Memorial Stadium in Victoria. The junior varsity and freshman teams will play simultaneously at 5:30 p.m. The varsity team will play at 7 p.m.
 
Read more DeWitt County briefs in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
Tue
19
Aug

City, chamber sponsor 'Night Out'

 

Tue
19
Aug

Back to School Bash at Whispering Oaks

 

Whispering Oaks Rehab & Nursing is hosting their Back to School Bash from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 21. There will be food, games and lots of prizes of back packs stuffed with supplies. The bash is open to the community. For more information contact Caryl Todd at 361-275-3421.
 
Read more DeWitt County briefs in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
Tue
19
Aug

Magic Horses fly at Cheer Camp

5-6 year old participants in the Yorktown Cheer Camp were the Magic Horses. Varsity leaders were Annie Ochoa and Jessica Garcia. Jr. High helpers were Mariah Perez and Kyah Helbing. Magic Horses were:  Karsen Sulak, Kaylor Corriger, Alaiyna Serrano, Kendall Sievers, Rylie Krueger, Gracie Stehling, Alexis Delgado, Avery Martin, Hayley Yeretsky, Gracyn Wolf, Serenity Rodriguez, Kaydynce Lamprecht, Lorelai Gowens, Kaitlyn Roeder. Contributed Photo

Tue
19
Aug

Dixie Chicks flock Cheer Camp

3-4 year old participants in the Yorktown Cheer Camp were the Dixie Chicks. Varsity leaders were Maddie Bryand and Kayleigh Jozwiak. Jr. High helpers were Aimsley Blank, Katie Hughes and Haley Naranjo.  Dixie Chicks were: Ally Hoefling, Audrina Serrano, Jordyn Serrano, Skyland Lamprecht, Tabitha Hernandez, McKinley Rogers, Leighton Kirchoff, Evelyn Merks, Taylor Gips, Aubrey Serrano, Hope Everitt, Palyn Koopmann, Parker Parma, Melody Rogers, Presley Flores, Katie Bolting and Hannah Copeland. Contributed Photo

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