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Thu
25
Sep

City employee injured in wreck

 

Wed
24
Sep

Pet Adoptions of Cuero looks for volunteers, land for shelter

 

Call it another successful weekend for Pet Adoptions of Cuero. The organization adopted out three dogs at their adoption event held Sept. 20 at Tractor Supply Co. The organization partnered with Tractor Supply Co. for Pet Appreciation Week, in which the store held giveaways and prize drawings and sold discounted pet food and supplies. 
 
In addition, the organization collected $300 and over five bags of food in donations from Tractor Supply Co. customers.
 
The organization is need of a permanent facility, said president Myrna Hassfield.
 
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Wed
24
Sep

Benefit weekend for Ernest Gomez Jr. slated for Oct. 4-5

 

A benefit weekend will be held in honor of the late Ernest Gomez Jr. on Saturday, Oct. 4 and Sunday, Oct. 5 in Yoakum.
A co-ed mush ball softball tournament will take place on Saturday, Oct. 4 and Sunday, Oct. 5. 
 
A horseshoe and washer pitching tournament will also take place on Saturday afternoon. A concert will begin at 8 p.m. at the Yoakum Gin.
 
On Sunday, hamburger plates will be for sale and domino tournament will be held at the Yoakum Gin.
 
Sponsors are needed to help out with this benefit. To sign up a team, for more info, call Mike McCracken at 361-655-2909, Jeff Cliffe at 361-772-3604, Damian Schuette at 830-203-8480, Kristin Schuette at 830-437-2252 or Yvette McCracken at 361-772-2357.
Tue
23
Sep

Constitution Week

DeWitt County Farm Bureau Vice President Obert Sagebiel, dressed as Uncle Sam, right, and Secretary Allan Hartman visited teacher Michael Blaschke’s class at Yorktown High School on Sept. 18, in observance of Constitution Week. The duo gave a presentation on the Constitution, as well as questioning students on their knowledge on one of America’s most important documents. Photo by Mari Gohlke/YorktownNews-View.

Tue
23
Sep

Energy group meets in Cuero

 

The Texas House of Representatives Energy Resources Committee met at the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum on Sept. 11. 
 
Those who attended the meeting included committee chair District 60 Rep. James L. Keffer, District 137 Rep. Gene Wu, District 136 Rep. Tony Dale and clerk Bernice Espinosa-Torres. District 30 Rep. Geanie Morrison also attended the meeting.
 
County judge Daryl Fowler made a 32-page presentation to the committee. The presentation was titled “An examination of the impacts of the current energy boom on DeWitt County and how [Senate Bill] 1747 addresses the problem of infrastructure funding.”
 
SB 1747 provides for additional tax revenue and state-funded grants.
 
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Tue
23
Sep

YISD notes budget highlights, values starting new year

 

Tue
23
Sep

Neighborhood cleanup scheduled Saturday

 

Keep Cuero Beautiful, in partnership with the City of Cuero, will sponsor a city-wide neighborhood cleanup. The Cuero Clean Sweep event will begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 at the Cuero Fire Station. Breakfast will be served. The first 100 volunteers who sign up will get a KCB Cuero Clean Sweep T-shirt, courtesy of KCB, City of Cuero, Cuero Chamber of Commerce, Mission Nursing and Rehab, Thirty One, Weaver & Jacobs and Security System Transportation.
 
Have items place at the curb before 8 a.m. Volunteers and city employees will be picking up and will be able to assist.
 
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Tue
23
Sep

A look at 2 CISD school names

 

Tue
23
Sep

Cuero ISD announces Saturday Academy schedule

 

Cuero ISD Saturday Academies are held from 8 a.m. to noon.
 
The program at the high school started Sept. 13, the program at the junior high school started Sept. 6, the program at the intermediate school started Sept. 20. The program begins at Hunt Elementary on Oct. 18. Parents and legal guardians will be notified by the school when the program begins at John C. French Elementary.
 
School transportation is available. Contact James Coburn at 361-275-1918 for more info about transportation. Call 361-275-1900 for more info.
 
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Tue
23
Sep

Cuero ISD offers after-school tutoring

 

Cuero ISD after-school tutoring is offered from 3:45-5 p.m. at the high school, from 3:35-4:35 p.m. at the junior high school, from 3:35-4:45 at the intermediate school, from 3:20-4:15 p.m. at Hunt Elementary (begins Oct. 14), and from 3-4 p.m. at John C. French Elementary (begins Oct. 14).
 
Free healthy snacks are provided. School transportation is available. Contact James Coburn at 361-275-1918 for more info about transportation. Call 361-275-1900 for more info.
 
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