Columns/Opinions

Tue
12
May

'I get to have money of my own'

 

Dear, Editor
 
I am so excited about lemonade day because I get to have money of my own. and I’m going to make the best lemonade ever.  thank you for teaching me how to make money.  I love lemonade.  tdecu is my favorite bank.  we are talking about it in class.
 
Sincerely,
 
Gavin Plummer
 
Tue
12
May

'Find me at the Boys & Girls Club'

 

Dear Editor,
 
lemonade day is on May 16, 2015 and today is cinco de mayo day   my lemonade is going to be $2.00   You can find me at the Boys & Girls Club.  
 
Sincerely
 
Ayden Howe
 
Tue
05
May

Waiting on plumber, need help

 

Dear Editor,
 
We have waited four months on a plumber. We went to the Health Department and the city. We can’t get a plumber to call or come by to let us know if they want the job. We are not to stand in the way of progress. We just want a little help. Is that too to ask for? I wish somebody would help.
 
Rita Hardin and Billy Hardin
 
Cuero
 
Tue
05
May

'Feet washing' article scriptural

 

Dear Editor,
 
I read the article by Gary Andrews on April 22, titled “Feet Washing.” I want to commend him for his scriptural article. The Stratton Primitive Baptist Church engages in feet washing following our communion service, and we follow the instructions given in John, Chapter 13. Verse 15 is powerful, “For I have given you an example, that ye should do as I have done unto you." Since He did it literally we feel it is our duty to follow that command. Thank you for printing that good article.
 
Bill Walden
 
Pastor, Stratton Primitive Baptist Church
 
Stratton
Tue
05
May

National Nurses Week May 6-12

May 6-12 is National Nurses Week. This week gives us a chance to recognize our nurses in healthcare. As I’m sure you have all heard before, it takes a special person to be a nurse.  Day in and day out nurses put their whole hearts into making the lives of their patients as comfortable, positive, and healthy as possible. 

Often, nurses work 12 hour shifts throughout a three day work week.  In those 12 hours that nurses spend taking care of their patients, they are always in a crunch for time with medications to be given, treatments to be done, family to be spoken to, doctors to be called, charting to be done, lives to be saved. Any of you who know a nurse will especially understand that 12 hours does not really mean 12 hours. Nurses often come in early and get home late, get called in on their day off, and even spend their time at home calling to work to check on that patient they cared for all day just to see if his condition is improving any. 

Tue
05
May

YWDA recognize community support

Dear Editor,

The Yorktown Western Days Association Board of Directors, President-Wesley Clayton, Vice-President-Troy Alvarez, Secretary-Debbie Yount, Treasurer-Lorene Migura, Co-Treasurer/Reporter-Chad Buesing, along with Directors Aundra Bryant, Glenn Treybig and Bud Cryer, along with Executive Director-Tammy Bitterly and General Manager-Amy Lamprecht commends the collaborative efforts of the YWDA and local and regional emergency response units for the collaborative efforts to produce the “Shattered Dreams” program held in March.

Tue
05
May

Is my son the best? Is my son the worst? Should it matter?

 

Tue
05
May

Free speech is not in the issue in supt. campaign support

 

Tue
05
May

"Shattered Dreams" took the help from a community

Before spring break the Yorktown Western Days Association, Inc. (YWDA) organized the “Shattered Dreams” production. The program was organized, with the assistance of local and regional emergency response units, to send a valuable message regarding the consequences of “drinking and driving” to our local youth.

Yorktown High School students participated in the mock accident, living dead and photography. The parents and guardians of the participants also played an active roll, sending a strong message on the personal anguish felt when someone has been affected by the negative aspects of making the poor choice of driving while intoxicated. Carol Semper, YISD high school teacher, YHS secretary Delia Ramirez, counselor Nancy Hutchins and principal David Lynn coordinated the students. Tim O’Malley, reporter from the Cuero Record/Yorktown News-View and The Victoria Television Group were present.

Tue
28
Apr

"Great people part of miracle that day"

 

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