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Tue
21
Jan

Domino tournament Sunday in Hallettsville

 

The 62nd Texas State Championship Domino tournament will be held Sunday, Jan. 26 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Hallettsville. Registration begins at 7 a.m. and the tournament begins at 9 a.m.
 
A barbecue chicken dinner will be served at the hall. Plates to go will be available. Short orders and refreshments will be served during the tournament.
 
For more info, call Ken Henneke at 361-798-5934.
Tue
21
Jan

Wild game supper Friday in Hallettsville

 

Knights of Columbus will sponsor a wild game supper on Friday, Jan. 24 at the Knights of Columbus hall in Hallettsville. Over 100 guns and an ATV will be available for raffle. Results from the Big Buck contest will be available. Doors open at 5 p.m. Supper will be served from 5:30 to 11 p.m.
 
There will be an abundance of expertly prepared deer, hog, dove, duck, crawfish, wild rice, duck gumbo, Lavaca County sausage, and wild pinto beans, marinated and prepared by Richard Henke and Lavaca County wild game chefs.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Tue
21
Jan

Republican candidates forum Feb. 5 in Yoakum

The Republican Women of Yoakum will host a candidates forum from 6 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5. The forum will be held at the Yoakum Community Center on 104 Huck St. in Yoakum. Light refreshments will be served.
 
Area candidates will have tables with brochures and information. Voters may visit candidates at their tables from 6 to 7 p.m. Candidates will be allowed to speak for a short time from 7 to 9 p.m. A question and answer session will follow if time permits.
Tue
21
Jan

A good fit

 

Clay Von Roeder and Caleb Lemke have been buddies since they were toddlers. In their early years it was riding tricycles, bicycles, or getting into trouble. As they matured they developed more common interests and have been there for one another.
 
Clay and Caleb are juniors at Yorktown High School pursuing dreams of going to Texas A&M and becoming mechanical engineers.  
 
In the mean time they share classrooms and hang out in the Ag shop.
 
This past Fall they took on a project together with the aid of Yorktown Ag teacher Brad Metting. Metting suggested that they build a barbecue grill for the Yorktown FFA Stock Show competition that will be held on Feb. 8. Clay and Caleb have never built anything like this before.
 
Read more in this week's edition of Yorktown News-View
 
Tue
21
Jan

At Oralia's it's like family

 

Mon
20
Jan

Two story house fully engulfed in flames

Cuero firefighters have seen a busy start to 2014 with over 16 calls in just the first 20 days. Cuero Volunteer Fire Department was called to the scene of a structure fire around 10 a.m. Monday, Jan.  20 at the intersection of Cypress Valley and Thomaston River Roads. Upon arrival, firefighters found a two-story wood frame home fully engulfed in flames. Cuero firefighters responded with four units and assistance was provided by Nursery VFD with two units. DeWitt County Precinct 4 was also on scene with a backhoe to aide firefighters in sifting through the smoldering rubble. Firefighters cleared the scene just after 3 p.m. No one was injured in the fire; however, a family pet did perish.

Wed
15
Jan

Pulitzer winner exhibit opens Jan. 27 at CHM

 

How did The Cuero Record come to be a “Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper?” The answer is Ken Towery. 
 
Back in the early 1950s, this former WWII Corregidor POW survivor, after returning from the war and battling Tuberculosis, came looking for a better job to support his family. Towery went to work as a reporter for the Cuero Daily Record, and on a chance question from a local citizen, helped to uncover a scandal in the Texas Veterans Land Program. 
 
Towery published a series of articles on the scandal, earning him the prestigious Pulitzer Prize in Journalism for Distinguished Local Reporting in May 1955.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe today.
Wed
15
Jan

San Pedro Cemetery recognized by state

 

San Pedro Cemetery at Concrete has been recognized by the Texas Historical Commission. A historical marker dedication ceremony was held Jan. 11.
 
The opening prayer was given by Cricelia Uresti. Marker significance was told by Rosie Guevara Reyes. The unveiling of the marker was done by Cricelia Uresti, Amelia Lopez Reyna and Jessica Guevara. Jessica Guevara was substituted for Estelle R. Matusa, who could not attend the event.
 
Founding fathers of the cemetery were Mateo Lopez, Epimenio Lopez, Atilano Garcia, Ambrosio Garcia, Jose Garcia and Antonio Rodriguez. Their descendants were recognized.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to the Record today.
Wed
15
Jan

New playground equipment purchased for city park

 

Wed
15
Jan

Chamber sponsors ribbon cutting for Americas Best Value Inn

The Chamber of Commerce sponsored a ribbon cutting ceremony for Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Jan. 9. The hotel, owned by Avalon Hospitality Group from Sugar Land, is on 3531 N. Esplanade St.  The phone number is 361-275-3200. Owners shown are Ankur Patel, Anil Verma, Arvind Verma and Prateek Verma. Hotel managers are Neel Patel and Meghna Patel. Cuero Record photo.

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