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Wed
12
Jun

May BOM announced

The Yorktown Chamber of Commerce announced Triple C as May Business of the Month. Triple C has been in business since April 1, 1996, specializing in sales and service of surface production equipment and controls. Triple C has recently expanded due to Texas oilfield growth.

Wed
12
Jun

Citizens Bank donates to museum

 

Citizens Bank in Yorktown presented a donation to the Yorktown Historical Society for a contribution to the endowment fund for operating expenses of the central air-conditioning and heating, which was installed at the museum. Caroline Blain is shown accepting the donation check with Citizens Bank Assistant Vice President Connie Imes.  Shown from left, JoAnn Henry, Dorothy Mayfield, Beverly Bruns, Blain, Imes, Doris Koehler, Judy Taylor, and Citizens Bank president David Styra. 
Wed
12
Jun

June YOM announced

The Yard of the Month for June can be found at 219 Ladner St. in Yorktown.  Zach, Katie and Riley Young maintain a beautiful yard consisting of white plumbago, pigmy palms, roses, and a variety of other attractive plants. The Chamber of Commerce applauds the Youngs for their dedication and hard work.

Tue
11
Jun

Crockett returns to Cuero ISD

 

Tue
11
Jun

Six Cuero natives participate in Texas Water Safari

 

Tue
11
Jun

Prospering after prosperity of EFS

 

   “By 2022 we estimate the (annual) economic impact (of the Eagle Ford Shale) will be $89 billion supporting 127,000 full jobs.”
   That is how Dr. Thomas Tunstall, director for the Center for Community and Business Research at University of Texas San Antonio Institute for Economic Development, sees the future in South Texas.
   “Eagle Ford Shale is now visible from space,” he said. He showed a photo of the Texas night taken by a satellite and the crescent shaped EFS is distinctively visible.
   Dr. Tunstall was in Victoria recently to review his latest study on the Eagle Ford Shale. With UTSA and UHV, the seminar was hosted by Small Business Development Center and South Texas Energy and Economic Roundtable.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record and the News-View.
Tue
11
Jun

CHS class of 2013 graduates

The Cuero High School class of 2013 commencement ceremony was held at 7:30 p.m. June 7 at the competition gym. Approximately 100 seniors graduated.

Thu
06
Jun

City to escort oversized loads

Three members of Yorktown city council received their oaths of office at the May 28 meeting. Council members are shown from left, Mayor Rene Hernandez, Mayor Pro Tem Ruben "B.B" Garcia, Shawna Lamprecht, Frances Villa, Jerry Alvarez, Larry Mueller and city administrator Robert Mendez.

Read story in this week's edition of the News-View.

Thu
06
Jun

Yorktown ISD celebrates newest graduates

Thirty-eight seniors participated in commencement exercises for the 2013 graduating class of Yorktown High School at 8 p.m. May 31 at Wildcat Stadium. Class president Abigail Nash led the Pledge of Allegiance and the national anthem. Honor student Stephanie Schlinke led the inovcation and benediction. Dustin Metting delivered the salutatory address and Caitlin Seifert delivered the valedictory address. Here seniors are shown entering the stadium for the ceremonies

Wed
05
Jun

Hoffman piano students receive awards

Piano students of Jo Ann Hoffman presented their annual May Awards Recital on May 25 at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church. They each played compositions performed in the National Piano Guild Auditions the May 18 at Victoria College. In addition, students received TMTA music theory awards and medals. Some students received recognition for playing their first recital. Shown front row from left, Ms. Hoffman, Allison Zengerle, Bromli Watson, Jayden Berger, Ethan Franklin; second row from left, Sheldon Wolf, Emma Elison, Andres Archuleta, Brady Watson; third row from left, Olivia Franklin, Sean Wolf and Spencer Owens; back row from left, Mitchell Crain, Madison Simpson, Audrey Simpson and Sabrina Bludau. 

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