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Tue
14
Jan

KCB to hold city-wide garage sale

 

Keep Cuero Beautiful will host the City-Wide Garage Sale & More at the Cuero 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 Cuero Chamber of Commerce at 361-275-2112.
Tue
14
Jan

Carson seeking office in Precinct #2

 

Brian Carson announces he is running for the office of Justice of the Peace Precinct #2.
 
“I am seeking office because as a judge, this is another way for me to serve the community,” Carson said. “As a 20 year veteran of the DeWitt County Sheriff’s Department Reserves, I have served the country for thousands of hours.”
 
He has over 800 hours of continuing education credits through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education. He is also a certified first responder. He has attended Texas A&M, Victoria College and South Plains College.
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View
Thu
09
Jan

Boerm sentenced to 30 years

 

Wed
08
Jan

YHS student council sponsoring blood drive Monday

 

Yorktown High School Student Council will be sponsoring a blood drive on the high school campus Monday, Jan. 13, beginning at 11 a.m.
 
Anyone in town interested in giving blood is urged to contact Carol Semper to set up an appointment.
Tue
07
Jan

County seeks $4.5M for road repairs

 

DeWitt County Commissioners Court has taken the next step and will soon apply for about $4.5 million in state funds to help with its road repair and reconstruction.
 
Once approved, the state grant money and locally designated tax revenue will give the county just over $22 million to begin its road repair work.
 
In a meeting last week, the court complied with requirements to designate areas of the county as energy transportation reinvestment zones. With that designation, tax revenue from improved mineral values can be targeted to road repairs. Plus the appraised values from the minerals in those zones will not be used in calculating the effective or rollback tax rate for the next budget year.
 
Read more in this week's editions of the Record and News-View. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe today.
Tue
07
Jan

Record reviews second half of 2013

 

Tue
07
Jan

Off Broadway wins $500 in decorating contest

Off Broadway, on the 100 block of East Main Street, was the winner of the Deck the Downtown Contest, sponsored by the Cuero Main Street Program, during the Christmas in Downtown event. Downtown businesses were asked to decorate their storefronts for the event for a chance to win a $500 reimbursable facade grant. The grant can be used toward new signage, paint, awning or any other exterior improvements. Shown are Sharon Ernster and Liz Oehlke, co-owners of Off Broadway. Cuero Record photo.

Tue
07
Jan

CCH delivers first 2014 baby Jan. 4

 

Cuero Community Hospital delivered its first baby of 2014. Baby Madalynn Burton was born at 7:45 p.m. Jan. 4 to mother Tiffany Burton and father Lino Garza by Dr. Deborah Aguilar. She weighed six pounds and three ounces and measured 17 and a half inches in length. 
 
Madalynn is welcomed by brothers Tyler, 4 years-old, and Camron, 1 year-old. 
 
Shown from left, Olivia Garza, CNA; Dr. Aguilar; Elisha Popp, RN; Tiffany and Madalynn Burton; and Jackie Streety, RNC. Employees of the hospital donated a gift basket of baby clothes and supplies. Gaye McNett of Quilts by Design donated a quilt on behalf of the Quilters Guild. Cuero Record photo.
Tue
07
Jan

Randle files for Precinct 4

 

Richard Randle has filed to become a Republican candidate for DeWitt County Commissioner, Precinct 4 in the March 4 primary election.  
 
A resident of DeWitt County since 1982, Randle retired from Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. after 30 years.  He then had his own business for nine years. He presently oversees a ranch in Arneckeville.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
07
Jan

Cuero ISD recognizes board of trustees

 

January is School Board Recognition Month in Texas and Cuero Independent School District is joining other districts across the state to thank these community volunteers for their commitment and contributions to our public schools.
 
“School board members serve countless hours working to make public education the best it can be for every child,” said Cuero ISD superintendent Jim Haley. 
 
“In a climate of change and challenge, they develop policies and make tough decisions on complex educational and social issues that affect the entire community and the lives of individual students. They bear responsibility and oversight in Cuero ISD for an annual budget of $17.6 million; 2103 students, in grades Pre-K to 12; more than 400 employees; and five campuses.
 
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