Columns/Opinions

Tue
15
Sep

'Beaming with pride'

Dear Editor,
 
Pet Adoptions of Cuero is beaming with pride over the wonderful new and so many friends that have come forward to support the non-profit, all volunteer pet shelter organization. 
 
Last week a team from Lone Star 4-H club came by the new facility at 407 U.S. Highway 183 South with a van load of pet food and shelter supplies. Special thanks to this group for helping with the daily needs and care of the cats and dogs at the shelter, all looking for forever homes. Assisting with the delivery were Bishop and Fallon Whitt. As noted, this group is just one of many in our community who have helped the shelter meet the continual requirements of food and funds that keeps this organization running 365 days a year. Thank you to everyone in the club who participated in the shelter drive.
 
Linda Anzaldua
Vice President
Pet Adoptions of Cuero
Tue
15
Sep

Hunt Elementary thanks HEB

Dear Editor,
 
Thank you to our Hometown HEB Store. HEB has adopted Hunt Elementary this school year and graciously provided the Hunt teachers and staff with lunch bags filled with goodies. HEB has generously supported Cuero schools and we look forward to continuing this community partnership. Pictured is Hunt Principal Bridgette Cerny presenting second grade teacher Missy Pakebusch with her HEB lunch bag.
 
Ruby Rodriguez
On behalf of Hunt Elementary
Tue
15
Sep

Dueser family reunion

Dear Editor,
 
Tue
15
Sep

Cuero citizen thanks Lantz Tire

Dear Editor,
 
A big thank you to Lantz Tire. I locked my keys in my car. I called the Sheriff’s Dept. They gave me two numbers to call. One did not answer. The other did not open locked cars. I called a friend and she said to call Lantz. They were there in 20 minutes.
 
It was a Saturday morning also. Thanks again Lantz Tire for coming to my rescue.
 
Judy Brashier
Cuero
Tue
15
Sep

Perception or high electricity rates

Dear Editor,
 
I am not one to write letters to the editor. As a matter of fact, I think this is the first one I have ever written in my life. I am writing in response to the letter regarding the electric rates within the City of Cuero. There is a perceived notion that because there is a monopoly on the electrical distribution and power costs within the city that it must be more expensive than anything else out there. That is just not the case.   When comparing what you pay in Cuero to what your friends in Yoakum, Victoria, or San Antonio pay, don’t ask them how much their total bill is. It is virtually impossible to have two identical houses in two different towns to compare.
 
Tue
15
Sep

All six families represented

Dear Editor,

Tue
08
Sep

Dreyer wants better utility prices

Dear Editor,
 
Stop sitting on the couch complaining about the utility bill, wondering how you are going to pay it.
 
A united front is needed to impress the necessity of change to the Council. What are the council members for the City of Cuero (elected by the citizens) willing to do to reduce the utility bills?
 
Something I did not know is that you have to have the approval of three council members before you can be on the agenda for the Council meetings.
 
The City of Cuero has signed a 25 year contract with LCRA. Who signs 25 year contracts? There must be alternative options so the citizens of Cuero can afford to live here. If you check the surrounding towns, their utility bills are not nearly what the average homeowner pays in Cuero.
 
Tue
08
Sep

'You shall reap what you sow'

Dear Editor,
This message is for the public on behalf of the Outreach for Souls Church, 702 E. Broadway Street. Our church and church grounds are dedicated for Godly worship. Please stop littering on God’s property. These outrageous acts of disrespect are not pleasing in the sight of God. Remember, you shall reap what you sow, whether good or evil.
Sincerely,
Outreach for Souls Church
Clara Chatman
Tue
08
Sep

Yorktown National Night Out Oct. 6

On Tuesday, Oct. 6 citizens of Yorktown and surrounding areas are invited to join forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the 32nd  Annual National Night Out crime and drug prevention event. This national event is associated with law enforcement, but, here in Yorktown we celebrate this night with all of our first responders.

National Night Out, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch and co-sponsored locally by Yorktown Police Department, Yorktown Fire Department, Yorktown EMS and Yorktown Chamber of Commerce, will involve over 16,124 communities from all 50 states. 

National Night Out is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for, and participation in, local anticrime efforts; strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; send a message to criminals letting them know neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.

Tue
01
Sep

Volunteers needed for WD

Dear Editor,

The 57th Yorktown Western Days is fast approaching. Volunteers are needed to realize the success of one of the most anticipated festivals in the Crossroads area. Please consider contributing a small portion of your time to assist in its charitable efforts. Opportunities include, but are not limited to token booth, beer booth, country store, gold mine, etc.

Yorktown Western Days, under the direction of, Sarah Hahn with Seams Like Home will be hosting the annual Quilt Show. Viewing and voting will take place on Saturday, Oct. 17 from noon til 6 p.m. at the Yorktown Chamber/Western Days headquarters. Quilts from locals and beyond are welcome to enter. For more information call 361-564-9455 or 361-649-9394 or see yorktowntx.com for entry form and guidelines.

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