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Tue
24
Feb

County asked to spare wildflowers

 

Tue
24
Feb

CDC recognizes Tounley at meeting

 

Charles Tounley, center, was recognized at the Feb. 16 Cuero Development Corporation meeting for his numerous years of dedicated service and commitment to the organization. Tounley was one of the original board of directors when the corporation was formed in 1996. Also shown, from left, board member Richard Weber, president Charles Papacek, board member Mike Weaver, board member Randy Jochim, and CDC executive director Patrick J. Kennedy.
 
Contributed photo
Tue
24
Feb

City of Cuero accepts $1,000 check from KCB

 

Tue
24
Feb

Elizabeth Battles Cooper shares story of integration

 

Tue
24
Feb

Board makes decision on elementary school names

 

Tue
24
Feb

St. Michael's School registration begins March 1

 

Tue
24
Feb

Donations accepted for Special Olympics team

 

Tue
24
Feb

Historical Commission to celebrate Texas Independence Day on Monday

 

The DeWitt County Historical Commission will hold a ceremony in recognition of Texas Independence Day and dedicate the new historical marker for the DeWitt County Courthouse at 10 a.m. on Monday, March 2. 
 
The public is invited to attend the ceremony on the courthouse lawn.
 
Recognition of some of the individuals who received grants from Empresario Green DeWitt in what is presently known as DeWitt County will be given. The landowners of this county played an active part in seeking Texas Independence. The Texas History Honors Class will be attending the ceremony.
 
For more information contact Peggy Ledbetter at 361-277-3706.
 
Read more in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
 
Tue
24
Feb

Friday is final day to file for election

City and school elections will be held locally on May 9. Friday, Feb. 27, is the final day to file the following elections.
 
Cuero ISD trustees
 
Three places on the Cuero School District board of trustees will face election on May 9. They include District 5 representative and two at-large representatives.
 
Currently holding those positions are Linda Nemec, District 5; Johnny Blackwell, At-Large; and Shelley Pena, At-Large.
Two people have filed in this election. Bill Hamilton has filed for District 5 and Mary Sheppard, incumbent Shelley Pena, and Donnie Garrison have filed as  At-Large candidates.
 
Candidates interested in seeking one of these position may file with CISD board secretary Kathy Stanfill at the CISD administration building at 405 Park Heights Drive. Filing applications are available through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tue
24
Feb

Trustees discuss future projects, renew contracts

The Yorktown Independent School District Board of Trustees may embark on a new but familiar venture as they consider and discuss aspects of future construction projects with Singleton, Zimmer & Halliburton Architects.

The board held their regular meeting Feb. 16 in the Junior High School Library.

Wade Zimmer discussed three proposals ranging anywhere from $4.8 to $9.8 million. The proposals for consideration are from remodelling existing buildings, additions to existing buildings, or to build a new facility and demo the elementary building. One of the key considerations is an effort to reduce heavy traffic around the campus.

Board president Mark Weischwill said, “There is a lot to discuss and decide on. We need to be good stewards.”
 

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