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Wed
12
Nov

Congressman Vela makes swing thru DeWitt County

 

Fri
07
Nov

Gobblers secure share of title

Cuero's Gobblers take a 54-13 win over Jourdanton's Indians at home. The win gives Gobblers 8-2 season record with a 3-1 district record. Cuero's bi-district foe will be determined following scores posted after Friday night's games. Read more in the next edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.

Thu
06
Nov

Microchipping, rabies shots offered Saturday at Tractor Supply

 

Another great pet event will take place from 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 8 at Tractor Supply in Cuero.
 
The PetVet Clinic will be on hand with technicians that afternoon offering $15 microchipping and $18 rabies shots for dogs and cats. Pets who have a microchip can easily be identified if they get lost or wander away from home.
 
Pet Adoptions of Cuero will be on hand with some dogs and cats.
 
“These pets would love to have real homes before winter sets in,” said Pet Adoptions of Cuero president Linda Anzaldua. “With the holiday season just around the corner, this could be the perfect time to find a loving four-legged addition to your family. Come meet some wonderful pets this Saturday afternoon.”
 
For info on PetVet, call 1-888-729-7758. For info on Pet Adoptions of Cuero, call 351-275-6555.
Wed
05
Nov

Walk with a Doc scheduled Nov. 6

 

Walk with a Doc is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 6 at the Bfit Cuero Wellness Center. Mike McLeod, MD, and other local doctors will lead the laps around the track. Participants have an opportunity to chat with the doctors as they exercise together. Walk with a Doc occurs on the first Thursday of each month. The event is free to the public. Walkers receive free T-shirts and pedometers while supplies last. 
 
Walk with a Doc is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to encourage healthy physical activity in people of all ages and improve the health and well-being of the country.  The Cuero program is part of a state-wide initiative funded by a grant from the Texas Medical Association Foundation with major support from the Aetna Foundation.
Tue
04
Nov

State results of Tuesday election

Results of Tuesday election: For Senator Cornyn receives 62%; Governor Abbott 56%; Comptroller Hegar 59%; Lt. Gov. Patrick 59%; State Rep. Dist. 34 Vela 69%; Proposition 1 Yes 86%. Read more in the next editions of The Record or the News-View. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record or the News-View.

Tue
04
Nov

Results of local election posted

Preliminary results of Tuesday general election sees Republican Richard Randle top incumbent Democrat Donald Kuecker 822-482. Randle took the early vote totals 425 to 254. Final results will be in the next edition of The Cuero Record. Read more in the next editions of The Record or the News-View. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record or the News-View.

Tue
04
Nov

Couple plants olive orchard in DeWitt County

There’s a different type of oil production in the works at Irish Creek Ranch. While oil and gas exploration is not something new to DeWitt County, the olive industry is. 
 
On Oct. 17, Kim and Jerry Followwill began the task of planting 16,000 trees on 23 acres of land. Irish Creek Ranch, the site of the future high-density olive orchard, is on U.S. Highway 87, toward Victoria. The couple had help from friends and a planting crew from Port Lavaca.
 
The endeavor did not start without some careful prepartion. The couple has been working the land for a year to get ready for this day.
 
Read more in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
Tue
04
Nov

St. John Lutheran Church women sew quilts

The women of St. John Lutheran Church in Westhoff have been sewing quilts for Lutheran World Relief. On Oct. 19, twenty-three quilts were displayed during the Sunday worship service. Also, as part of the Women of the ELCA People Helping People project, used postage stamps are collected and sent to Allied Stamp Ministry. Monies from these stamps are used to publish and distribute Sunday School materials to children in Latin America. Shown from left, Angelene Hilbrich, Nancy Nitsche, Betty Warren, Sue Hilbrich, Earlene Montgomery, Laverne Schlenker, Kathy Hill and pastor William Hill. Judy Schlenker, Inga Farshler, Jeannie Seidel, Carlette Hileman and Mollie Pawlik are not shown. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Tue
04
Nov

Biermann accepts call to Ohio

 

Tue
04
Nov

CDC gives $10,000 check to funeral home

 

Eric Draper, left, and Dawn Draper, center, owners of Freund Funeral Home, are seen receiving a check for $10,000 from Dennis Jemelka of the Cuero Development Corporation. The grant is from the CDC Business Retention and Expansion Program. The grant was used to complete interior renovations of the funeral home. Contributed photo

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