Columns/Opinions

Tue
14
Feb

Yorktown FFA Stock Show, sale this weekend in show barn

Yorktown High School FFA students are busy gearing up for the Yorktown FFA Stock Show and Sale to be held February 17 - 18 at the Yorktown Show Barn. Judging of animals will take place on Friday, February 17 at 5:30 p.m. with the big auction and sale on Saturday, February 18 at 1 p.m.

Ag students exhibiting steers this year are: Michael Hernandez, Jerome and Katy Gwosdz, Devin Leister, Kaitlyn Shelton and Jessica Garcia.

Students showing hogs are: Coy Boehm, Dylan Sinast, Alexis Alvarez, Eran Krause, JaydenWebb, Brian Metting, Madison Hickman, Cy Strieber, Trinity Pompa, Robin Naranjo, Kenny Soliz, Jerome and Katy Gwosdz, and Justin Lynch.

 

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Tue
14
Feb

President Trump’s Administration A New Ideology

Within the ten days of his presidency and 20 executive orders, President Donald Trump has created more discord and chaos throughout the world, in a rapitidy envy of past and/or would be dictators. The main order now being on the ban of Muslim’s travel to the US from 7 Islamic nations. The presidential action actually being an over-blown reaction to terrorism and envisioned safety threat to Americans.

The presidential move, one of more to come, stems from a new ideology recently voted greatly due to a disenheartened America from the lack of decades of meaningful legislation due to political in-fighting in Congress. That opened a door for a new ideology that candidate Trump was able to fill.

Bottom Line ideology is part of the financial world. It can be cold, harsh, non-compassionate and disrespective of family values and human emotions or feelings -- whatever becomes necessary to fit the Bottom Line..

 

Tue
07
Feb

Letters to Editor

Politicians today guilty of ‘Stolen Honor’ 

 

Dear Editor,

Tue
07
Feb

February activities abound in Cuero

At the Chamber’s Annual meeting Jan. 12, new members were introduced, community members recognized for their outstanding service, and new Chamber Board introduced. Tables, decorated by businesses and civic groups, were clever and fun to peruse. It was a great evening—thanks, Chamber Executive Director Sherry Esse, Administrative Assistant Lexey Boehl, and Chamber Board for doing what you do to help make Cuero the way life ought to be! Congrats to Sha’non Henson, incoming President, and to Caley Thomas, outgoing President, for your commitment to Cuero.

Tue
07
Feb

Letters to Editor

Wedding ring lost in Cuero 

 

Dear Editor,

I lost my wedding ring on Saturday, Jan. 28 around 4 p.m. on Esplanade St., 2 piece wedding set. First ring, silver band with single stone, 2nd band has a sapphire on each side of the solitaire where the bands fit together, then it has small baguettes.

My husband bought me this ring to replace the wedding bands we got married with. I was twirling it on the end of my finger while my arm was at rest on the window of my car driving down the inside lane going toward Gonzalez on Esplanade St when it fell off around Bealls.

My husband surprised me with that ring before Christmas, he picked it himself. The sapphires are my birthstone. I am sick over losing it and hope that if found it will be turned in to the police department. I am offering a $500 reward.

Thank you, Theresa Tillman

 

Tue
31
Jan

Special thanks for Singing Cadets concert

Dear Editor, 

On Jan. 10, 2017, over 600 people from the area attended the Texas Aggie Singing Cadet Concert at the beautiful new Cuero ISD Performing Arts Center. The concert was sponsored by the DeWitt Lavaca County A&M Mothers Club and proceeds from the concert will benefit area student scholarships entering or transferring to Texas A&M University. The concerts’ success was the result of the effort of many people throughout the area. It was truly a team effort!

Tue
31
Jan

Tri-City Empowerment Council Holiday Celebration

Dear Editor, 

My name is Viola Holman. I am the Executive Director of Tri-City Empowerment Council. We were able to host our 3rd Annual Holiday Celebration on Dec. 15, 2016. Our focus was on the Foster/Adopted children and their families in the Golden Crescent Region. We serviced 104 children and adults with good food, fantastic entertainment, gift bags and stocking stuffers. Their evening ended with a tour of our Chrismtas lights in the park with hot chocolate. Tri-City Empowerment Council’s mission is to help individuals, families and communities to experience life in all its abundance.

Tue
17
Jan

‘Our brother lived his life with passion’ - Varela family

Dear Editor, 

The family of Marcelo (Marcy Varela, Jr. wishes to thank all our friends, neighbors and those who offered prayers or brought and served food during our time of bereavement and funeral service.

We especially appreciate Father David Berger, Father Oscar Amo and Fr. Gary Janak for their prayers and services, also to Erik Draper and Freund Funeral Home and Greg Bentz.

Marcy was more than just a brother, he was a father, grandfather, uncle, cousin, brother in law and a friend to everyone.

 

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Tue
17
Jan

‘Special thank you’

Dear Editor, 

The family of Donald Leon Kann would like to thank everyone for all the heartfelt prayers, cards, kind words, flowers and all the food during the time of our loss. We especially want to thank Susan Knox and Kathryn Holverson for all that they did during this difficult time. Thank you to the staff at Cuero Nursing and Rehab Center for the care they gave our loved one. Thank you Dr. Hill for not only being his doctor but for being a tender friend. A very special thank you to David Maldonado for being his pastor and fishing buddy and the great friendship.

Sincerely with love and thankfulness forever, Kann family

 

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Tue
17
Jan

Words never enough

Dear Editor, 

We would like to take a moment to say thank you for everyone who offered prayers, food, flowers during the loss of our sweet loved one Nelda Parr. Also a big thank you to brother Grady, brother George, brother Bill for the beautiful services spoken also to Calvary Baptist for the reception hosted after services. Thank you to CCH, Whispering Oaks and to Dr. McLeod and Dr. Gonzales for all the care given to mom. Words can never be enough for the love that this lady, our mom, mother-in-law, granny gave to us. We will miss her deeply, but we know she is in a better place.

Family of Nelda Cooper Parr

 

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