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Tue
27
May

Many events planned at the Cuero Public Library this summer

 

Tue
27
May

City of Cuero revises utility bill

 

Tue
27
May

Alamo wing command chief retires after 32 years of service

 

Tue
27
May

Storm damages trailers in Yorktown RV park

Golf ball size hail fell on Yorktown Monday at around 6-6:30 a.m. with 2.5 to 3 inches of rainfall during that time. According to Yorktown city administrator Robert Mendez, winds damaged areas primarily on the east side of town. No injuries have been reported. Shown is a damaged camper at Double D RV park. One trailer was turned onto its side while another was destroyed. Contributed photo.

Tue
27
May

Ribbon cutting held for city park improvements

The Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for the new playscape at the Cuero Municipal Park on May 21. Light refreshments were served after the ribbon cutting. Cuero Record photo.

Tue
27
May

AgriLife Extension to honor county governments during cooperative extension centennial

 

Tue
27
May

TAMUK recognizes 3 area students

 

KINGSVILLE — Texas A&M University-Kingsville has released the names of the students who made the president’s list, dean’s list and honor roll for the spring 2014 semester. 
 
In order to qualify for the president’s list, a student must be enrolled in at least 15 semester hours and have a perfect 4.0 grade point average for the semester.
 
To make the dean’s list, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.65 on all work attempted for the semester with a minimum of 13 semester hours completed.
 
The honor roll requires a grade point average of 3.5 while taking at least 12 semester hours.
 
Emalee Tresa Green of Nordheim was named to the president’s list, Kamry Latricce Horton of Cuero was named to the dean’s list and Caitlyn Michelle Oneil of Yorktown was named to the honor roll.
Tue
27
May

CASA needs funds to replace equipment

 

The Cuero Area Soccer Association has been in the community for over 10 years serving children from the ages 4 through 12 years old. Starting out with a few players they now have 140 plus players from DeWitt County.
 
Over time, like anything else, equipment starts to deteriorate and fields and safety become a concern.
 
Dana Castillo, president of CASA, shared that the youth goals are nearly rusted through and are long overdue for replacement. She also expressed other areas of concern.
 
“We want to set up a ‘no parking’ area for our kids to be able to get to one field to another safely and install a fence on the other side of the U12 and U10 fields, ” Castillo said. “We want to provide a safer experience and safer fields for our players.”
 
If you are interested in participating or have further questions contact CASA at 361-212-9799.
Mon
26
May

Memorial Day observed

 

Tue
20
May

Gobbler Stadium renovations require updated seating plan

 

The Cuero ISD Board of Trustees met for a regular meeting May 15 at the Cuero ISD Board Room.
 
Votes of the May 10 election were canvassed. Newly elected trustees Beverly Blanch Kuecker and Courtney Toller Moore took an oath of office. Board members were re-organized. Johnny Blackwell was elected president, B.J. Drehr was elected vice-president and Gerard Gonzales was re-elected secretary.
 
Band members and Cuero Band Boosters president Melissa Alcazar spoke before the board to request the funding for new uniforms, which the board later approved in the meeting. The cost of 120 uniforms is $48,060. The money will come from fund balances.
 
The board approved $7 million as the maximum budget for Cuero Junior High School additions and gym renovations.
 
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