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Apr

Chamber celebrates KCB landscaping

The Cuero Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for the Keep Cuero Beautiful at the Settler’s/Benavidez Park on April 19. The celebration was in honor of the Governor’s Community Achievement Award Landscaping grant project. The park is on the 1100 block of East Broadway.

Wed
24
Apr

W-2 Liquor celebrates opening

The Cuero Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for W-2 Liquor on April 18. The store on 121 E. Main St. is owned by Steve and Jane Wehlman, shown at center.

Wed
24
Apr

Chamber hosts ribbon cutting for UBS

The Cuero Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for UBS on April 11. UBS Financial Services offers annuities,401(k) plans, securities, mutual funds, fund management, wealth management, life and health insurance programs, and trust funds. David Lloyd Jr., first vice president of investments, and portfolio manager and wealth advisor, is shown cutting the ribbon. Jeffrey S. Smith, CFP, portfolio manager and financial advisor, is shown at the center. The UBS office is on 115 E.S. Railroad St.

Wed
24
Apr

Rotary Club honors Netardus with award

 

   Cuero Rotary Club honored DeWitt County’s Extension Service Agriculture Agent Anthony Netardus with its Vocational Award of 2013.
   Club president Tyler McClellan presented the award to Netardus at a recent Rotary Club meeting.
   Netardus’ interest in agriculture began at a very early age having grown up and later working on a dairy farm in Jourdanton. In high school, he was an active member in FFA serving as chapter president his senior year as well as earning the Star Greenhand, Star Chapter Farmer, and the Lone Star Degree. 
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Wed
24
Apr

Law enforcement in speed chase

 

Wed
24
Apr

Earth Day recognized at CIS

Members of Keep Cuero Beautiful visited Christi Fuch's class at the Cuero Intermediate School campus to plant a tree on Earth Day, April 22.

Thu
18
Apr

French and Hunt Elementary awarded gold rating by USDA

 

Wed
17
Apr

Estate planning seminar planned Thursday at Gruenau Hall

 

Wed
17
Apr

Cuero ISD board considers potential stadium improvements

 

   The Cuero ISD board of trustees held a special meeting on April 9. Trey Schneider, president of PBK Sports, presented the board stadium improvement options.
   Plans for potential stadium improvement are divided into five priorities in order of importance. Priority one is to expand the track to accommodate eight lanes and fencing. Priority two is using synthetic turf for the football field. Priority 3A is renovating the existing home bleachers and priority 3B is building new home bleachers, new restrooms, a new press box, and making sure the stadium and facilities are ADA and code compliant. Priority 4A and 4B are the same improvements on the visitor’s side. Priority 5 is to pave the parking lot behind the home bleachers.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.
Wed
17
Apr

COPsync reduces emergency response time

 

   What difference would five minutes response time have made to the youngsters at Newtown School in Connecticut last December?
   That was part of the motivation behind the development of a new network now in use by Cuero Police Department. 
   Reducing real-time response to emergencies at schools or calls for help by fellow officers is the goal.
   Police Chief Jay Lewis reports his department has joined COPsync 9-1-1 and is integrating the system with Cuero School District.
 
Read more in this week's edition of the Record.

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