Tuesday, September 23, 2014
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Eagleford Restaurant was chosen as the August 2014 Business of the Month. The chamber board presented owner David Pipkin and executive chef Sam Hess the award. Contributed photo.  + continue reading
Monday, September 22, 2014
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  The Cuero Cross Country teams competed at the Shiner cross country meet on Sept. 20 bringing home plenty of medals. The varsity girls placed 4th out of 14 teams. Ben Villarreal placed 8th out of 65 runners.   “The course was great with several hills which did not... + continue reading
Monday, September 22, 2014
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  The Cuero Lady Gobblers may have lost to the Wimberley Texans volleyball team last Friday but it also opened their eyes that they can compete against any high ranked team in the state and perhaps be the one team to beat during playoff round.   Wimberley is ranked 4th in the... + continue reading
Monday, September 22, 2014
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  It was the sound of thunder rolling in last Friday night at Gobbler Stadium as both sides of the stadium cheered and stomped their feet to the aluminum bleachers during the last four minutes of the game. The intensity of the game only grew louder, that is, until the last 23 seconds when... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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  By Tim O’Malley Yorktown News-View   Some call it cohesiveness. Others may call it gelling or meshing. But what happened on Sept. 16 was a group of girls that became the definition of what a team looks like.    The Yorktown Kitty Kats hosted the... + continue reading

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09/23/2014
  At the age of 17, Cuero’s Candyce Lane Henwood was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa, a rare degenerative eye disease that causes severe vision impairment and blindness. As an active teenager, with a passion for tennis, this was a devastating diagnosis.   Her mother... + continue reading
09/23/2014
  The City of Cuero has adopted its budget to start a new fiscal year. The council met in special session Sept. 16 for that purpose.   Council was unable to approve a property tax of 32 cents per $100 valuation, the same as last year’s rate. According to city attorney... + continue reading

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09/16/2014
  By day, Dr. Cathy Coker teaches third grade students at Hunt Elementary School. By evening, she teaches English classes to adults at the Gobbler Getaway.   This is Coker’s first year with Cuero ISD. She moved to Cuero from San Antonio. Coker said she saw the need to... + continue reading
09/16/2014
  In spite of one to three inches of rain over the weekend, DeWitt County continues to deal with drought problems.   Recent reports of water well levels dropping in neighboring counties, applies here also.   “The shallow wells are drying up. It’s not a... + continue reading
09/16/2014
A Special Stitch/Cuero’s Trophy Shoppe was chosen as the July 2014 Business of the Month. The chamber board presented owners Suzy Adams and Sara Gossett with the award. Contributed photo. + continue reading
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09/22/2014
  The Cuero Gobblers (3-1) will face the Columbus Cardinals (2-2) on Sept. 26 at Cardinal Field Memorial Stadium. These two teams are 1-0 against one another with Cuero defeating the... + continue reading

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09/23/2014
  Dear Editor,   My oh my, inch by inch, I crept through the one-way traffic for 30 minutes. As a favor to a friend of mine, I picked up her grandchildren one afternoon. The... + continue reading

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09/02/2014
Sue and Mark Doehrman of Meyersville are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Dacey Marie Doehrman of Meyersville, to Bobby Layne Nance of Seguin, son of Laura Havelka, of New... + continue reading