Tuesday, April 26, 2016
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By Tim O’Malley Yorktown News-View In the early years of Nordheim, when businesses lined the dirt streets, when cotton was king and the railroad served the community, baseball and softball were the entertainment of the day and a good reason to gather at the park. O.J. “Jr.... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
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By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record Cuero Volunteer Fire Department has been serving the community for over a century, 125 years to be exact. Cyndi Smith, the new secretary and public information officer, is the first female on the board in its history, and she is already getting to work, making... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
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For the first time since area meets started in 2012, the Cuero High School boys track/field team are area champions. The boys team finished with 94 points, six points ahead of Burnet. The Lady Gobblers placed ninth out of 13 teams with 41 points. In total, 11 athletes from CHS will compete at the... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
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By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record Football and track reign supreme in Cuero depending on the time of year, but tennis has some athletes of their own. Raylynn Hendrick and Mitchell Green advanced to regionals in mixed doubles last week, the first Gobblers to do so since their coach, Hannah Smith... + continue reading
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
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By Tim O’Malley Yorktown News-View Anticipating the next football season, Yorktown returns eight offensive and 10 defensive starters. But for Yorktown head football coach Ty Robinson, the fruit of his work will be for someone else to harvest. Robinson informed the Yorktown School... + continue reading

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04/26/2016
By Tim O’Malley Yorktown News-View Yorktown Emergency Medical Service will respond to emergencies having one of the most advanced monitor/defibrillator in hand. The LifePak15, as it is called, will help “detect hard to diagnose conditions” such as carbon monoxide levels... + continue reading
04/26/2016
My name is DeNeice Sinast and I live in Yorktown with my husband Ty, and our three children. I have two girls and a boy ages 10, 12 and 15, one at each campus here at YISD. I have called this little town home for more than 15 years now. My husband was a Wildcat from the start. He was born and... + continue reading

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04/19/2016
By Tim O’Malley Yorktown News-View It was a fight all season, right through the end but, Wyatt Koricanek swung his way to qualify for the Class 2A UIL State Tournament after winning the Region IV-2A Golf Tournament at the Lozano Golf Course in Corpus Christi April 13, 14. Koricanek... + continue reading
04/19/2016
By Tim O’Malley Yorktown News-View The Nordheim Independent School District has, in their trophy case, a lefty’s split finger baseball mitt with a factory stamp of 1948. NISD superintendent Kevin Wilson said, “I know that the glove was in that case when I got here and I... + continue reading
04/19/2016
By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record Cuero Community Hospital’s partnership with Methodist Healthcare System is about to take flight. Air Evac Lifeteam will soon house a helicopter and team at Cuero Community Hospital for the service of the county and surrounding area. Several dignitaries... + continue reading
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Behind another strong performance in the circle from sophomore Regen Dunn, the Lady Gobbler softball team finished the season with a 7-0 win over district rival Gonzales. Due to the heavy rain... + continue reading

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Dear Editor, The staff and students of John C. French Elementary would like to thank McDonald’s (Cuero) for donating the incentives for our students for Perfect Attendance and Good Citizenship... + continue reading

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JoBeth and Jimmy Caskey are excited to announce the engagement of their daughter, JoLeah Stiles, to Brian Gorman, son of Nancy and Michael Gorman. JoLeah currently lives in Washington, DC, and works... + continue reading