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Tue
03
Feb

3 city leaders react to oil prices

 

Tue
03
Feb

Body cameras considered for Cuero PD

 

Tue
03
Feb

Art of Mike Weber celebrated at Cuero Heritage Museum

 

Tue
03
Feb

Baros, Hoffman among graduates at Texas State

 

SAN MARCOS, Texas — The following local residents were among the graduates during the 2015 winter commencement ceremonies at Texas State University: Brandon L. Baros, of Cuero, received a bachelor's degree in accounting and Chelsea N. Hoffmann, of Cuero, received a master’s degree in exercise science.
 
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Tue
03
Feb

Host families needed for exchange students

 

Tue
03
Feb

Shutterbugs invite area photographers to enter contest

 

Tue
03
Feb

CDC presents check to Anders Auto Supplies

 

Alan Kahlich, right, owner of Anders Auto Supplies receives a check for $9,500 from Richard Weber, left, of the Cuero Development Corporation for completion of his Main Street Façade Program. This matching grant program partially paid for the repairing of windows and frames, and the repainting of the front of his building at 109 E. Main St.
 
Contributed photo
 
Tue
03
Feb

56-unit apartment complex to open in March

 

Austin based DMA Properties announced that it will open the new Bailey Square Apartments in Cuero beginning in March. Company officials met with local Cuero residents last month to discuss living options, hand out the first applications and give a sneak peak of what is to come.
 
DMA Properties’ officials expect this property to be a great addition to the affordable housing market in Cuero. 
 
The property will allow residents in and around the Cuero area to have more affordable options when it comes to their housing needs. Bailey Square will also have apartments available for those who do not qualify for the affordable housing program.
 
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Tue
03
Feb

OLG hosting Pre-Valentine Dance Feb. 13

 

Our Lady of Guadalupe is hosting a pre-valentine dance from 7-11 p.m. on Feb. 13 at the OLG parish Hall at 200 Graham St. Music is by DJ Tony.
 
Entry is $5 per person. Funds are to be used for the upkeep of the parish. For more information contact Sandra Olguin at 361-243-6092.
 
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Tue
03
Feb

A matter of time, 60-years for Tonie, James Metting

Some may call it childhood sweethearts. Others may call it fate. But for Tonie (Hahn) and James Metting it was only a matter of time before they grew on each other.

Tonie was just 13 when she became infatuated with James. Call it your first teen crush.

“It started off as a car-pool situation because there was no school bus. Sometimes my mother and brothers drove. Sometimes they drove,” Tonie said. “Eventually, James was running buddies with my brother and I was the little sister that got in the way.”

As James hung around the Hahn home Tonie was given the push to take it one step further.
 

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