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Wed
19
Feb

Librarian Barbara Jacob retires after 20 years with the city

 

After over 20 years, Cuero librarian Barbara Jacob is ready to turn the page into the next chapter of her life: Retirement. The City of Cuero will host a retirement party for Jacob from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20. Jacob started working at the library in March 1992. Before arriving at the Cuero library, she was the librarian at Meyersville School for five years.
 
In her two decades at the library, Jacob said she and her staff have witnessed the growing demand of computers.
 
“The computers were the biggest change,” Jacob said. “We spend a lot of time helping patrons use the computers. So many jobs now require online applications and many patrons have little computer experience and need our help filling them out.”
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Cuero Record.
Tue
18
Feb

City purchases property for offices

 

The Cuero Main Street program, now in its second year in the Texas Main Street Program after becoming a rededicated city, will soon have a new place to call home. 
 
The City of Cuero purchased the property at 210 E. Main St., the property located next to the new city hall building, in November. The property was purchased from Rick Wheeler and was formerly the State Farm office. 
 
“When we decided to build the new city hall, we added in extra offices for the future. Because of the economic boom Cuero is experiencing, the future came even before construction was complete”, said Raymie Zella, City of Cuero city manager. 
 
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Tue
18
Feb

CHS grad combines 2 interests in contest, earns scholarship

 

Ariel Davis, the daughter of Cliff and Acenet Davis of Cuero, decided that she wanted to pursue something other than what others expected in order to be successful. 
 
Davis said, “I wanted to be able to do something where I can express creativity everyday, something hands on and not so by the book.”
 
Davis, 22, graduated from Cuero High School in 2010 and like many students, thought college was the right course to take in order to be successful. She started to major in family child development, then changed her major to art history, then history.
 
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Tue
18
Feb

March 4 voting locations announced

 

Tue
18
Feb

Yorktown FFA Show winners

 

Tue
18
Feb

NISD receives Sabine donations

 

With Nordheim Independent School District’s auditorium filled with the entire student body, Nordheim Education Foundation president Larry Salyer asked the audience who will receive donation checks on behalf of the Nordheim Education Foundation, Nordheim Shooting Club, and Nordheim ISD’s FFA department. 
 
Before introducing representatives from the Houston-based Sabine Oil & Gas, Salyer said, “We are extremely blessed.” 
 
Salyer introduced Sabine Oil & Gas field land coordinator Darryl Sturrock, senior land man Jon Sivertson, senior land man John Gerrish, and senior land man Dan Phillips. Following introductions each representative gave a brief history of their education.
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View
Tue
18
Feb

City, school elections begin

City and school elections will be held throughout DeWitt County on May 10. Candidates for positions on these boards and councils continues through Feb. 28.

Tue
18
Feb

Vietnam veterans seeking 12 photos

 

Tue
18
Feb

Yeretsky, Buesing medaled at Region III Technology Olympics

 

Tue
18
Feb

2014 Big Buck Contest winners announced

 

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