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God First! Heavenly Father, our human nature being what it is, we are always at odds with others or are thinking about what others say or do. When we try to do better we fail and take the easy route of doing nothing or turn away. Lord, help us to seek through prayer and meditation a better understanding of ourselves in all we do and say so that we can do better with and through Your amazing Grace. We pray in the name of our dear Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen. Lord, we are going Your way! Pray for those who are ill, suffering or are in harm’s way.

 

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’GETTING EVERYTHING CLEANED UP’

School returns Aug. 23 for Cuero ISD, as the school district nears the completion of a major construction project at three campuses. Teachers started going into their classrooms Aug. 9 at all campuses. “All three of the construction projects, we basically are in those facilities,” Superintendent Dr. Ben Colwell said. “To say that they are completed would be a fabrication of the truth. I’m really thinking that we’re going to be in those facilities somewhere around the 19th [of August]. That’s subject to some other things that none of us can control.”

 

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No injuries reported in early morning Westhoff blaze

Cuero Volunteer Fire Department and Cuero Fire Department were called out at 12:33 a.m. Monday to assist Westhoff Volunteer Fire Department with a structure fire on FM 238. Personnel from Yorktown VFD and Nordheiem VFD assistied with fighting the fire. DeWitt County Precincts 1 & 4 supplied water to the fire, Cuero EMS was on standby and DeWitt Sheriff’s Office was on scene. The home was reported as unoccupied and there have been no reports of injuries. The cause of the fire is being investigated.

 

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Diaz says goodbye, leaving Cuero Chamber after 24 years

Change is on the way for Ronii Diaz and citizens of Cuero and visitors. After 24 years of working at the Chamber of Commerce, Diaz and her family are moving to Georgia, where she and her husband, Gonzalo, have accepted positions with Mt. Vernon Mills. Her final day, Aug. 25, will mark 24 years at the Chamber. “I had a friend, Marty Ruiz, and I knew her from school,” Diaz said of her connection to the Chamber before working there. “My dad used to always come to the chamber to pick up maps. He would always tell me about ‘that nice girl who works at the Chamber,’ referring to Ruiz. I never connected it; I don’t know why.”

 

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Fuchs honored by Keep Cuero Beautiful

Cuero Intermediate School teacher Christi Fuchs has gone beyond the classroom doors in teaching her students. For her efforts, particularly about the Monarch Butterfly, she was recently honored by Keep Cuero Beautiful (KCB) and Keep Texas Beautiful. “I have had the fortune to partner with KCB in my delivery of environmental awareness lessons at Cuero ISD for over a decade,” Fuchs said. “KCB has provided workshop sessions to my 4th and 5th grade students, sponsorship for youth conservation competitions, workshop trainings for me as an educator and support for our recycling programs and school butterfly garden. I have picked up trash, delivered new recycle bins and more. “

 

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Tue
09
Aug

Trustees pick lone finalist for superintendent

Yorktown ISD trustees named Chad Gee, Assistant Superintendent of Comanche ISD, as lone finalist for the position of Superintendent for Schools Yorktown ISD at a special board meeting on Tuesday, August 2. Gee was selected out of a pool of approximately 20 candidates. Six candidates were interviewed for the position.

 

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CAPS files suit in waste site case

Nestled along State Highway 72, the tiny community of Nordheim - - population 316 -- is billed as “the small town with a big heart.” The tiny hamlet has caught state attention again recently when a group of concerned citizens, “Citizens Against Pollution” (CAPS), filed a lawsuit against the Texas Railroad Commission. The group is taking on the petroleum regulator’s decision to permit a facility which would store oilfield waste, including drill cuttings, oil-based muds, fracking sand and other toxic leftovers. The lawsuit, which was filed last month in Travis County district court, argues that the commission’s three members were in error when they unanimously approved the development by San Antonio-based Pyote Reclamation Services.

 

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Schools hosting meet teacher, orientations

Both Yorktown and Nordheim school districts have scheduled their student orientations and meet the teachers for the new school year.

 

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Neil Schuenemann blood drive

God First! Heavenly Father, only a few of us attempt to be concerned for someone who is having problems because we think we are invading their space or privacy. Our reluctance is easy to think to just letting go and forget it. But Lord, we know we should help others if we can. Help us to be better understanding and caution our words as we give them opportunity to express their needs anytime they are willing and ready. We ask in the name of our Dear Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen. Lord, we are going Your way! Pray for those who are ill, suffering or in harm’s way.

 

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Cowboy Camp serious business for area youngsters

Thirty-five kids participate in CTHM Cowboy Camp 

Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum in Cuero hosted their sixth annual Cowboy Camp last week, Aug. 1-5. The camp started in 2011 before the opening of the museum, when museum Chairman Robert Oliver wanted to do something for the community. Thirty-five kids participated in Cowboy Camp this year.

 

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