Tuesday, May 3, 2016
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By Tim O’Malley Yorktown News-View Lindy Voelkel, 89 years old of Nordheim, was one of the last men standing when the Nordheim Tigers baseball team came to an end. Voelkel was the team’s manager the last three years before the team dissolved. Struggling with having enough to... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
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The 2016 Miss Cuero Pageant is scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at the Cuero High School cafeteria. Cost of tickets is $7 for general admission. Children three years and under will be admitted for free. Tickets are on sale at the Cuero Chamber of Commerce office at 124 E. Church Street.... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 3, 2016
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At just two years old, Nate Alvin Boehl, son of Kelby and Megan Boehl, was diagnosed with  (ALL) Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. He will be in treatment for three years. Friends and family are hosting a benefit on May 7 at the Cuero Municipal Park & Clubhouse.  Events will include... + continue reading
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By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record Courtney Clark’s stellar softball career at Cuero High School has not gone unnoticed. On Monday, April 25, she signed with the University of Houston-Victoria. It was Clark’s first choice and well-deserved recognition for the power-hitting Lady... + continue reading
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

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05/03/2016
By Tim O’Malley Yorktown News-View What was once the Wolf Grocery Store, that stood next to the C.R.F. Randow building, is nothing but a concrete foundation awaiting it’s next purpose. The property was once used by Dollar General Store until they built their new building further... + continue reading
05/03/2016
By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record Six Cuero High School athletes are advancing to the UIL 4A state track and field meet May 12-14 in Austin. Senior Kamron Mathis will compete in four events including the long jump, triple jump, 400 meter relay and 800 meter relay. Mathis broke the school... + continue reading

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04/26/2016
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
04/26/2016
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
04/26/2016
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
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05/03/2016
By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record Six Cuero High School athletes are advancing to the UIL 4A state track and field meet May 12-14 in Austin. Senior Kamron Mathis will compete in four events... + continue reading

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Dear Editor, On April 15, during our annual John C. French Elementary Field Day, the time capsule buried on the JCF playground on March 2, 1986 was dug up and opened with the help of our friend,... + continue reading

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04/26/2016
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