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Tue
09
Sep

NHS students volunteer to reshelve CIS library

 

This past summer, the Cuero Intermediate School underwent some major renovations. Renovations included HVAC upgrades, restroom renovations, asbestos removal, ceiling grid replacement and new flooring.
 
“All teachers had to completely empty their classrooms at the end of school in May, and put everything into storage until the week before school in August when the renovations were complete,” said Cuero ISD district library coordinator Cat Haley. “This meant the library had to be boxed up and moved into storage, too.”
 
The total number of books in the CIS library is 8,903. It took CIS library manager Glenda Gregorcyk 21 days to pack 278 boxes.
 
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Tue
09
Sep

Gobblers blank Apaches

 

Cuero’s Gobblers left little doubt they are a multi-talented team Friday night in Gonzales.
 
They took a lopsided 35-0 decision over the Apaches to extend their record to 2-0.
 
Cuero’s offense scored in every quarter and the defense collected 3 Gonzales turnovers. The Gobblers had possession of the ball for 31 minutes of the game leaving the Apaches with only 17 minutes.
 
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Tue
09
Sep

Lamprecht chosen as Chamber general manager

 

Tue
09
Sep

Concrete decision

A new concrete slab was recently poured at the site of the new Dollar General building location on State Highway 72 West, just past the former Yorktown Memorial Hospital.  It is anticipated the new store will open sometime in February 2015.  Dollar General is currently located in the former Wolf Grocery Store, a Yorktown icon which was owned and operated by the late James Wolf for many years. Mari Gohlke Photo/Yorktown News-View

Tue
09
Sep

KYB September Yard of the Month

 

 Keep Yorktown Beautiful has chosen the yard of Stephen and Christine Blaschke for the September Yard of the Month. Located at 1107 FM 237, the amazing yard features esparanza, bottle brush, golden shower thryallis, fox tail fern and many other beautiful plants. A beautiful landscape such as this, not only enhances the beauty of the home, but also the entire neighborhood and town. Contributed photo.
Tue
09
Sep

YHS Class of 1969 gathers for 45th reunion

On August 8 the Yorktown High School graduating class of 1969 held their 45th reunion at the home of Harland and Judy Schlenker. Nineteen of the original 62 member class were in attendance. The afternoon event was filled with fun, bountiful food, and lots of sharing of life stories which improved as the afternoon continued. Everyone told of their travels through time and how they made their mark in history. Much conversation centered around retirement, grandchildren, and vacations. Schedule conflicts prevented several from the event so phone calls, emails, and personal messages were shared with the group. A unanimous agreement was made that another reunion would be held in five years. The class of 1969. Front row from the left are Nellene (Wehe) Dlugosch, Rayba (Reynolds) Schroller, Brenda (Light) Podsum, Carole (Berkenhoff) Seiler, Theresa (Respondek) Spellacy, Jolene Meuret. Middle row: Barbara (Arnold) Audilet, Jimmy Lechuga, Judy (Metting) Schlenker, Aubry Crisp, Don Dubose.

Sat
06
Sep

Gobblers make it 2 in a row

Cuero's Gobblers win their second outing 35-0 over long time rival Gonzales Apaches. The Gobblers will face Smithville next Friday.

Tue
02
Sep

Brick campaign benefits Gruenau Hall

 

Gruenau Hall is sponsoring a brick campaign, Cut in Stone, to raise funds for landscaping of the front of the hall where the historical marker is located along a brick pathway to the entrance of the hall. Brick pavers may be purchased in honor of or in memory of persons in family, anniversaries, weddings, class or family reunions, birthdays, historic events at Gruenau, or special events.
 
Bricks are 4” by 8” and cost $25 each with three lines of up to 16 characters per line including spaces and punctuation; 8” by 8” bricks cost $50 with five lines of up to 16 characters/line including spaces and punctuation; and 12” by 12” bricks cost $100 with eight lines of 22 characters/line including spaces and punctuation.
 
 
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Tue
02
Sep

Koranek recognized for 29 years of service

Pat Koranek served on the Cuero School District board of trustees for 29 years, from 1985 to 2014. She was recognized for her years of service at recent trustee meeting by the current board and administrators. Presenting the plaque is board president Johnny Blackwell and Supt. Jim Haley. Cuero Record photo

Tue
02
Sep

KCB receives Governor's Community Achievement Award

Cuero mayor Sara Post Meyer recognized Keep Cuero Beautiful at the regular city council meeting held Aug. 26 at City Hall. KCB received the Award of Excellence from the Keep Texas Beautiful Governor’s Community Achievement Award for programs held during 2013-2014 reaching over 750 people in the community. KCB, an affiliate of Keep Texas Beautiful for 28 years and a Gold Star Affiliate for the year 2013-2014, has been an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful for four years. KCB has a board of directors and many volunteers who have gave 1,143 hours during 2013 and over 500 hours in the 2014 to the community of Cuero through a variety of projects. Photo contributed by Amber Fitts.

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