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Wed
05
Feb

Crime Stoppers seek info

 

The DeWitt County Crime Stoppers is seeking assistance for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons involved in the early morning burglary in the Lakeside Subdivision in Cuero. Suspects, possibly in a dark colored small pickup with a headache rack, were seen at the burglary location on or around Jan. 30 and stole mechanics tools valued over $10,000. 
 
Any information can be forwarded to the DeWitt County Crime Stoppers at 361-275-0880 for a cash reward.
Tue
04
Feb

8th Grade Dance planning meeting Monday

 

Parents interested in helping plan the 8th Grade Class dance are asked to meet at 6 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10 at the Cuero Junior High School library. 
 
For more info, contact Melissa Earl at 361-935-3153.
 
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Tue
04
Feb

Texas German Society meets Tuesday in Hochheim

 

The Lavaca/DeWitt Chapter of the Texas German Society will conduct its first business meeting of the year on Thursday, Feb. 13. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. at the historic Hochheim Prairie Schoolhouse. 
 
Before the meeting, the members will share a potluck dinner. Anyone with an interest in Germany, its history and culture, or genealogy is invited to attend.
 
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Tue
04
Feb

Friday is National Wear Red Day

 

Cuero Community Hospital will observe Friday, Feb. 7 as National Wear Red Day. Join CCH staff by wearing red attire on this day, which also recognizes February as Heart Awareness/Stroke Prevention Month. 
 
In addition, the hospital cafeteria will be featuring heart healthy lunch menu items at a nominal fee.
Tue
04
Feb

Board of trustees discuss proposed plans

 

The Cuero ISD board of trustees met for a special meeting Jan. 29 at the Cuero ISD board room.
 
Representatives from Claycomb Associates, Architects presented renderings of the proposed plans for the senior high school additions, junior high school additions and performing arts center to the board. Representatives from Weaver & Jacobs Constructors also attended the meeting.
 
Kevin Smith of Claycomb Associates presented the proposed plans for the senior high school additions, with the performing arts center attached to the senior high school building. A new gym will also be attached to the building.
 
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Tue
04
Feb

City receives airport input

 

Tue
04
Feb

Work on Cuero ISD track complete

 

Greg Chabra, owner of Accu Stripes, has traveled around the world painting stripes on the track and soccer fields.
 
Last week, he painted the Cuero ISD track. Work on the track is complete and the track will be ready for use by track season.
 
The track includes eight lanes. Previously, the Cuero ISD track had seven lanes. With the improvements, the track will be a feasible option to host future district or regional track meets.
 
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Tue
04
Feb

Garage sale booth spaces available

Keep Cuero Beautiful will host the City-Wide Garage Sale & More at the city park pavilion from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 5.
 
KCB will have a booth selling pickles and plants. To donate items to KCB or make a cash donation, contact Linda Henderson at 361-275-8268.
 
The cost of reserving a booth space ranges from $10 to $25. Booth spaces may be reserved by individuals, school groups, church groups, civic clubs and community organizations. 
 
KCB suggests selling garage sale items, tools, crafts, homemade item products (non-food), toys, furniture and electronics.
For more info about reserving a booth space, call Ronii Diaz at the Chamber of Commerce at 361-275-2112.
Tue
04
Feb

Heart fundraiser at Meyersville School Feb. 14

 

Students at Meyersville School are jumping at the chance to fight heart disease and stroke. On Friday, Feb. 14, Meyersville School will host its first annual Hoops For Heart event to raise money for the American Heart Association, which funds lifesaving heart and stroke research and community and educational programs for our youth. 
 
Hoops For Heart teaches students how physical fitness benefits the heart and shows them that volunteering can be a fun and positive experience for the whole community. The need to educate children about the importance of physical activity couldn’t be timelier. According to recent studies, about one-third of children ages 2 to 19 are overweight and obese. 
 
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Tue
04
Feb

NISD starts work on school

 

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