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Thu
14
Nov

Three vehicle accident in Nordheim

 

There was a three vehicle accident in Nordheim at South 172 in front of Edgar & Gladys' Cafe about 1 p.m.
 
A 75 year old man was driving a Ford 150 was injurd and airlifted by PHI to San Antonio hospital. A passenger in a Chevy Equinoz was injured and taken to DeTar Hospital in Victoria by ambulance. The third driver, driving a Halliburton tractor cab, was not injured. 
 
Report indicates that there were no serious injuries. 
Wed
13
Nov

St. Michael's School receives Corpus' book

St. Michael’s Catholic School in Cuero is the first school to receive Elie Corpus’ latest book, “Lectionary for Mass – Student Version: Year C – Year A.” The book coincides with the school calendar, which begins with the 20th Sunday of Ordinary Time and goes through Pentecost Sunday enabling students to discover and enjoy the Scriptures from a unique learning perspective. The books were donated to the school by Rosemary McElroy. Students are shown, front row from left, Hagen Newman, Emie Bolting, Faith Ledwik, Danyelle Rodriguez, Kara Hernandez, and Jason Lopez; back row, Elie Corpus and Father David Berger. Elie’s books can be purchased on her website www.searching-for-jesus.com, on www.Amazon.com, or by calling 361-894-7274. They are also available at Wishing Well Gift Shop, Rendezvous and Badda Bling in Cuero and also at Incarnate Word Gift Shop in Victoria.

Tue
12
Nov

Veteran's Day ceremony at courthouse

A Veteran's Day service was held at the DeWitt County Courthouse Nov. 11. Harold W. Hartman, Cuero VFW commander, gave the welcome and led the Pledge of Allegiance. Tony Warzecha, Cuero VFW chaplain, gave the invocation and benediction. Barbara Hartman, Ladies Auxiliary president, gave the address. Those who attended the service are shown singing "American the Beautiful."

Tue
12
Nov

GVEC breaks ground on 2 new centers

 

The Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative took a major step to keep pace with its growing membership in DeWitt County by breaking ground on its new Cuero Customer Service Center and Southern Operations Center in Cuero on Nov. 7. The groundbreaking for both facilities was held at the site of the new Customer Service Center at 1015 East Broadway in Cuero. The facilities are scheduled for completion in late 2014.
 
“By breaking ground on these facilities today, GVEC is taking an important step in expanding our services for our area members and the community as well as maximizing operational efficiencies,” said GVEC General Manager and CEO, Darren Schauer.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
12
Nov

County recognized for annual financial report

The Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting has been awarded to DeWitt County by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) for its comprehensive annual financial report.

The award is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial reporting, and its attainment represents a significant accomplishment by a government and its management.
 
An Award of Financial Reporting Achievement has been awarded to the individual designated by the government as primarily responsible for preparing the award winning report. It has been presented to Carrie Rea, DeWitt County Auditor.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
12
Nov

Public invited to Boys & Girls Club meeting

 

A Boys & Girls Club informational meeting is planned for 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18 at the Cuero Presbyterian Church. Individuals interested in joining the effort are invited to attend to learn more about Boys & Girls Club.
 
Organizers have a vision to start a club in Cuero. 
 
 
“Our community can benefit most when kids have a safe, positive place to spend time after school,” said Christi Fuchs, organizer.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.com.
Tue
12
Nov

Christmas Tree Lighting donations accepted

 

The Cuero Christmas Tree Committee invites the community to the 27th annual Christmas Tree Lighting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 25 on the corner of Courthouse St. and N. Esplanade St. in Cuero, next to Wells Fargo. 
 
Holiday entertainment will be provided by the Cuero High School band and area choirs. Christmas caroling and a visit from St. Nick are also on the program.
 
The traditional display began in 1986 as the primary fundraiser for The Cuero Dewitt Community Development Corporation. To date, the organization has collected over $750,000 toward their goal of building an auditorium in Cuero.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
12
Nov

Pecan Show planned Nov. 26

 

The 51st Annual DeWitt County Pecan Show will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 26 at the Friar Ag Center in the Cuero City Park, with the judging taking place at 1 p.m. This year there will only be a Pecan Show. An awards banquet and program will not be held. 
 
Now is the time to get pecan samples together. Entries from yards of residents as well as from commercial producers are encouraged. Participants are encouraged to enter as many pecan varieties as they can. As an incentive, champions of each division (Native, Commercial, and Classic) will be awarded a $25 cash prize. Pecan entries need to be brought to the DeWitt County Extension Office by 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 25 or dropped off at the Friar Ag Center by 8 a.m. on Nov. 26.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
12
Nov

Voter registrar training offered

 

The DeWitt County Elections/Voter Registration Office is offering deputy voter registrar training Wednesday, Nov. 20. 
 
The training will be held at the Elections Office on 115 N. Gonzales St. in Cuero and will begin at 1:30 p.m. 
 
Register for the class by calling 361-275-0859 or send an email to electionadmin@co.dewitt.tx.us. Call or email the office by 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 19 to register. This will assist the office in being prepared for the number of trainees.
 
If no one contacts the office to register by the deadline, the class will be canceled for that month.
Tue
12
Nov

Massey's dream overcomes health issues

 

Very few students graduate from high school thinking about pursuing a career in the mortuary business. Jeffrey Massey was no different than most.
 
His father, Jim Massey, worked for Exxon/Mobile and never stayed at one place more than three years. Jim’s family, wife Sharon, daughter Jamie, and son Jeffrey traveled wherever their father went.
 
In 1988 the Massey family went to Hague, Holland where Jeffrey started high school. During his senior year Jim was given a new project in the states but Jeffrey elected to stay if at all possible. Jim and Sharon made arrangements for Jeffrey to remain to finish his senior year in Hague and to stay with some friends that they had made.
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View

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