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Wed
05
Jun

Hoffman piano students receive awards

Piano students of Jo Ann Hoffman presented their annual May Awards Recital on May 25 at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church. They each played compositions performed in the National Piano Guild Auditions the May 18 at Victoria College. In addition, students received TMTA music theory awards and medals. Some students received recognition for playing their first recital. Shown front row from left, Ms. Hoffman, Allison Zengerle, Bromli Watson, Jayden Berger, Ethan Franklin; second row from left, Sheldon Wolf, Emma Elison, Andres Archuleta, Brady Watson; third row from left, Olivia Franklin, Sean Wolf and Spencer Owens; back row from left, Mitchell Crain, Madison Simpson, Audrey Simpson and Sabrina Bludau. 

Wed
05
Jun

Library hosting Trailblazer program June 12

 

   The Tame Trailblazer will be hosted by the Cuero Public Library between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 12. The program will be on the 200 block of E.N. Railroad behind the library and the Cuero fire station. 
   The Trailblazer is suitable for all ages, but targets third through seventh graders. The Trailblazer includes interactive projects and experiments related to math and science and creates awareness of careers in science, technology, engineering and math. 
   This program is a collaboration between the Cuero Municipal Library, the Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering, Central Texas Library System and Texas State Library.
   Everyone is welcome to participate in this learning experience. It is free and open to the public. For more info, call 361-275-2864 or visit the library’s website at www.cityofcuero.com.
Wed
05
Jun

Main Street program plans KidFest

 

Wed
05
Jun

Texas legislature OKs funding for roads

 

Wed
05
Jun

Appraisal letters sent to 12,000

 

Wed
05
Jun

Noble Royalties donates to Cuero PD

 

Wed
05
Jun

Thomas celebrates 100th birthday with reception

 

Wed
05
Jun

Love One Another walk held Sunday

Over 350 people representing about 25 Cuero area churches participated in the Love One Another walk Sunday afternoon at Daule Park. Many walked to the park from their churches as the event stressed unity, respect and understanding as the keys to building a strong community. Volunteers cooked hamburgers and hotdogs for all who attended. Organizers say more events like this will be scheduled.

Thu
30
May

Trustees reorganize at May 20 meeting

Yorktown ISD board of trustees welcomed three new members last week including Patti Harbers, Todd Metting and Barry Watson. The board elected new officers also. Shown are front row from left, Patti Harbers; Nelda Sertuche, secretary; Keary Perez, vice president; back row from left, Barry Watson; Mark Weischwill, president; Mark Niemeier; Todd Metting.

Read more in this week's edition of the News-View.

Thu
30
May

Yorktown Memorial Day ceremonies held a VVA memorial

At the opening of the Memorial Day ceremony, held at the DeWitt County Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Bill Robinson opens with a prayer. Sitting on his left is guest speaker, Retired U.S. Army Larry Castangeto, Pastor Martin L. Newmann, Bill Menn and Mayor Rene Hernandez.

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