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Tue
16
Sep

English classes offered at Cuero ISD

 

Tue
16
Sep

Drought takes toll on county's aquifers

 

In spite of one to three inches of rain over the weekend, DeWitt County continues to deal with drought problems.
 
Recent reports of water well levels dropping in neighboring counties, applies here also.
 
“The shallow wells are drying up. It’s not a situation unique to DeWitt County. It’s all over. It’s happening in Lavaca, Victoria, Goliad, and Jackson counties,” said Charlotte Krause, general manager of Pecan Valley Groundwater Conservation District.
 
“It’s not everybody’s. It’s one here and one over there but some shallow wells are drying up. And the aquifer levels are dropping.”
 
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Tue
16
Sep

Mixon hired at the Cuero Library

 

Tue
16
Sep

HEB donates to firefighters

In remembrance of 9/11, HEB program Helping Heroes honors local firefighters for taking care of the community and keeping it safe. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Helping Heroes, HEB presented the Cuero Fire Department with a $100 HEB gift card. Contributed photo.

Tue
16
Sep

City hopes antenna can improve cell reception

 

Tue
16
Sep

Open house for Republican headquarters scheduled Sept. 25

 

The Republican Party of DeWitt County will open its headquarters at 508 E. Broadway in Cuero. An open house event will be held at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25.
 
Candidates running for office will be given an opportunity to make some remarks. Invited to attend are Texas State Representative Geanie Morrison, candidate for Congress Larry Smith, and all Republican county officials, including DeWitt County Judge Daryl Fowler. Richard Randle, candidate for county commissioner, will be present.
 
“Abbott for Governor” yard signs will be available for $4. Larger signs will also be available. Other signs that will be available include “Hager for Comptroller” and “Miller for Ag. Commissioner.”
 
Cookies and light drinks will be provided.
 
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Tue
16
Sep

Catholic Daughters present scholarship to Lucas

St. Michael’s Catholic Daughters Court #347 awarded their 2014 scholarship to Cuero High School graduate Hannah Lucas. She is the daughter of Mary and Leslie Lucas. She attends Texas State University in San Marcos. Shown is education chairman Sally Goebel, left, presenting the scholarship to Lucas. Contributed photo.

Tue
16
Sep

Pet adoption event scheduled Saturday at Tractor Supply

 

Tue
16
Sep

Chamber announces July 2014 BOM

A Special Stitch/Cuero’s Trophy Shoppe was chosen as the July 2014 Business of the Month. The chamber board presented owners Suzy Adams and Sara Gossett with the award. Contributed photo.

Tue
16
Sep

Garrett to show tractor in Kentucky

Cody Garrett, a graduate of Cuero High School, restored this 1962 Schafer Model 18000 tractor as a high school senior at CHS. He has entered the tractor in the Delo Tractor Restoration Competition. Video submissions for the contest may be viewed by visiting www.delotrcvoting.com. On Monday, Garrett was announced as a finalist for the restoration portion of the competition. Garrett will travel to Louisville, Ky., on Oct. 29-30 to present his tractors and compete for the champion title. Garrett is a freshman at Texas A&M University in College Station and is majoring in ag systems management. He is the son of Karen Garrett and Jack Garrett. Contributed photo.

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