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11
Oct

Arlitt takes reins of CHS theater program

Cuero ISD not only introduced their new Performing Arts Center this fall, but they also have a new theater teacher and One Act Play Director. Amy Arlitt of Yoakum, whose love for theater took off at the Gaslight Theater in Shiner, has taken the reigns of Cuero High School’s theater program.

 

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Tue
11
Oct

CDC roundtable

Cuero Development Corporation held a community round table for their Oct. 7 meeting at the Cuero Public Library. Six leaders from the community spoke: DeWitt County Judge Daryl Fowler, Mayor Sara Post Meyer, Cuero Community Hospital CEO Lynn Falcone, Cuero Chamber of Commerce president Caley Thomas, Cuero ISD board president B.J. Drehr and Boys and Girls Club of De- Witt County president Laurie Pokluda. Judge Fowler opened the meeting on the state of the county, which includes the road rebuilding and drilling. “Drilling is still occurring,” Fowler noted.

 

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Tue
11
Oct

Kolkhorst meets constituents

State Sen. Lois Kolkhorst was in DeWitt County last week and took the opportunity to express her thoughts on the upcoming presidential election. At a meet and greet held at the Errol John Dietze Ranch, she was introduced by event coordinator Paul Guidry.

 

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Tue
11
Oct

$16.9M in property tax revenue expected for County

DeWitt County Commissioners Court received reports of expected tax revenue for the new fiscal year at its meeting Monday. County Treasurer Susie Dreyer was there to report the expected property tax revenue for the county will be $16.9 million for the new budget year. She also reported the county should receive $5.9 million for the county road and bridge budget. Last year at this time, the county expected to received $21.1 million from property taxes and $7 million for road and bridge taxes.

 

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Tue
11
Oct

Candidate addresses citizens

For the third consecutive year, a meet and greet for Republican candidates and elected officials was held in DeWitt County. This year the event was held at the Errol John Dietze Ranch and coordinated by Paul Guidry. One of the guests was Dr. Rey Gonzalez of San Benito, candidate for U.S. Congress District 34 which includes DeWitt County.

 

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Tue
04
Oct

Yorktown Assistance Ministry (YAM) begins work on new center

With bright sunshine and beautiful blue skies looming overhead, a large group gathered for groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Yorktown Assistance Ministry (YAM) distribution center on Thursday, October 6. Approximately 30 people -- board members, volunteers and church representatives -- were on hand as Sharon Metting, YAM Director; Frances Santellana, Agency Relations Manager for the Food Bank of the Golden Crescent; Robert Mendez, Yorktown City Administrator; and Tammy Bitterly, Yorktown Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, ceremoniously wielded gold shovels and turned the earth at the center’s planned location near the corner of Church and Fifth Streets.

 

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Tue
04
Oct

The Learning Garden receives Three-Star award

When it comes to The Learning Garden, center Director Tracie Reitz Fielding has stars in her eyes. Three stars to be exact. That’s because the facility was officially recognized by the Texas Workforce Commission as a Three-Star Texas Rising Star center on September 16. To say Fielding is ecstatic bout the certification is an understatement.

 

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Tue
04
Oct

Nordheim VFD hosting fundraiser barbecue

On October 9, the Nordheim Fire Department will have their benefit BBQ dinner and silent auction at the Nordheim Shooting Hall at the end of Broadway Street. Serving will start at 11 a.m. and go until sold out of plates. Plates will be $10 per plate and consist of a half chicken, green beans, cole slaw, potato salad and a dessert. Plates will be available for dine in or to go.

 

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Tue
04
Oct

Water, permit rates going up

At the Yorktown City Council meeting on September 12, Council voted to make changes to the Master Fees list for the City. The changes that customers will see are to the utility bills and permits. The minimum charge and the charge per thousand gallons on all utility bills will show an increase. Residents will also see an increase on the wastewater rate on all utility bills. Residential meters are 3/4 inch, 1-inch meters are primarily sprinkler systems and 2-inch meters are commercial. This information is on the utility bill as well.

 

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Tue
04
Oct

Turkeyfest is this weekend

Mark your calendars for the 44th Annual Cuero Turkeyfest Oct. 7-9. This family-friendly event features all-day activities including Sonny the Birdman Carlin, Bubble Tower & Stilt Walking Cowgirl, Doug Moreland Chainsaw Carvings and several clowns and magicians. This is in addition to the popular annual children’s tractor pull and turkey egg hunt. “Turkeyfest is the event in the fall in South Texas, pulling a huge crowd from our hometown of Cuero as well as the surrounding cities. We love bringing popular entertainment and a family friendly festival to Cuero each year,” said Turkeyfest President James Rath.

 

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