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Thu
25
Jun

We are looking for a reporter and we know there is someone living in DeWitt County who can fill that role well.

Like a lot of businesses in DeWitt County, whenever it’s time to fill a position, you run an ad. That’s what we do here at The Cuero Record also.
We always get plenty of applications for every position, except for reporters.
We understand that. Being a reporter takes certain skills. One has to be able to take notes, write a story, take photos, cover local sports, etc.
We’ve had several good reporters over the years. But as with most businesses, many have moved up the ladder to bigger and better jobs and some moved away.
Tue
23
Jun

BGCDC celebrates milestone, recalls year

 

Tue
23
Jun

DeWitt County honored by THC

 

Tue
23
Jun

Maldonado presents Bell Award to Baros

 

Tue
23
Jun

Veit presents award to Crain

 

The Cuero High School Bell Ceremony was held on May 19. In the ceremony, the top 10 students and an additional student chosen by the principal present a bell award to an individual who has made a profound impact on his or her life or education. Following is the speech made by Chelsea Veit.
 
These last 12 years I have been blessed to have had countless teachers who have made an impact and touched my life in many different ways. However, one woman has touched my life more than she will ever know and I will be forever grateful to her. 
 
I have known this remarkable woman for many years, even before she became an educator. When I was younger I remember her always being up at the little league fields cheering on her children as well as countless others who were playing as well.
 
Read more in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
Tue
23
Jun

The Record bags 4 awards in Austin

 

Tue
23
Jun

Social media leads to 2 prostitution arrests

 

Tue
23
Jun

County says 'no' to Cuero ISD SROs

 

Finding student resource officers (SRO) for Cuero School District may be a little harder than anticipated by the district.
In April CISD trustees agreed with a recommendation by Supt. Jim Haley to contract with DeWitt County Sheriff’s Office to provide two SRO officers for the coming school year.
 
Since its inception here, the district had contracted with Cuero Police Department to provide those officers. However, Supt. Haley had recommended the change and the board agreed.
 
But because the program requires a multiple year contract, the sheriff’s office had to have DeWitt County Commissioners Court’s approval before it could pursue the project.
 
Read more in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
Tue
23
Jun

More than $41,000 presented to CISD educators

 

Tue
23
Jun

Area students earn UHV honors

 

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