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Sat
27
Sep

Yorktown injured in wreck Friday

 

Traffic came to a stop on Friday evening, September 26, when a Yorktown man was airlifted to an area hospital following a collision involving a tractor and a king cab truck on FM 108, approximately 3 miles north of the FM 119 intersection.  According to Yorktown Police Patrolman Josh Serbin, Hilmer Koopman of Yorktown was driving the tractor south on FM 108 when the tractor was hit from behind by the truck.  Koopmann was airlifted by helicopter to an area hospital.  DPS, DeWitt County Sheriff’s Office, Yorktown Police Department, Yorktown Volunteer Fire Department, and Yorktown EMS all responded to the scene.   
Photos by Mari Gohlke/YorktownNews-View
Fri
26
Sep

Woodsboro finds win over Cats

After leading most of the game, the Wildcats fell to Woodsboro's Eagles 26-34 in a non-district contest during Yorktown's homecoming.

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Fri
26
Sep

Gobblers come from behind for win

Cuero Gobblers come from behind to beat the Columbus Cardinals 28-20 in non-district contest. Cuero is now 4-1 and will host Giddings Friday for homecoming. 

 

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Fri
26
Sep

Wildcats lead Woodsboro at haltime

Wildcats celebrate homecoming with a 20-7 lead over the Woodsboro Eagles in third quarter.

Fri
26
Sep

Columbus leads Cuero Gobblers

At the half Columbus leads Cuero 20-7. Gobblers were inside the 5 with 5 seconds left in first half but an interception stopped the drive.

Fri
26
Sep

Danny Green visit to benefit Boys & Girls Club of DeWitt County

 

Fri
26
Sep

Police to collect unwanted medications Saturday

 

The Cuero Police Department will have officers volunteering their time at the curb side of 100 N. Clinton St. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 27 to collect any old or unwanted medication/prescriptions. They will not accept any syringes or needles.
 
The collection is part of the take-back program sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration. Contact the police department at 361-277-3552 for more info.
 
Read more DeWitt County briefs in this week's edition of The Record. Call 361-275-3464 to subscribe to The Record.
Fri
26
Sep

New staff at Yorktown Nursing & Rehab Center bring in new ideas

 

Fri
26
Sep

"Key-R-ee" Awareness

 

Thu
25
Sep

City employee injured in wreck

 

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