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
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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  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
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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  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
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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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
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
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Cody Garrett, a graduate of Cuero High School, restored this 1962 Schafer Model 18000 tractor as a high school senior at CHS. He has entered the tractor in the Delo Tractor Restoration Competition. Video submissions for the contest may be viewed by visiting www.delotrcvoting.com. On Monday, Garrett... + continue reading

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09/17/2014
By Tim O’Malley The Cuero Record   Coming in the under radar, the Cuero Lady Gobblers are insistent to make their presence known.   The Lady Gobblers hosted the Wharton Lady Tigers on Sept. 16 and sent Wharton home after three games (25-7, 25-8, 25-15).... + continue reading
09/16/2014
  Eric Cormier was named the Region 3 Assistant Principal of the Year by the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals.   “It was unbelievable,” Cormier said. “I strongly feel in life, there’s a boomerang effect. You get back what you give out.... + continue reading

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09/16/2014
  “It’s a good day to be a Gobbler.”   Not even a rain-soaked field could hold back a determined bunch of Gobblers Friday night in Smithville. A huge second quarter allowed Cuero to take a 38-0 win over the Tigers.   It was the Gobblers’... + continue reading
09/16/2014
  The Cuero Varsity and JV cross country team continue to show improvement in their time and it is starting to pay off.    “Our Gobblers had another great weekend (Sept. 13) at Moulton. They are improving week by week and their hard work has payoff,” cross... + continue reading
09/15/2014
The first heat of the Great Gobbler Gallop was held Sept. 13 during the annual King Turkey Day celebration in Worthington, Minn. Cuero's Ruby Begonia won the race in 41.12 seconds, no penalties. Worthington's Paycheck crossed the finish line in 47.17 seconds, no penalties. The second heat... + continue reading
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09/17/2014
By Tim O’Malley The Cuero Record   Coming in the under radar, the Cuero Lady Gobblers are insistent to make their presence known.   The Lady Gobblers hosted the... + continue reading

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  Dear Editor,   On Sept. 17, 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention met for the last time to sign their creation, what is now the oldest written and actively used... + 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