Tuesday, August 30, 2016
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New DeWitt County Chief Juvenile Probation Officer Terri Rogers has been on the job for less than 20 days, but the Nordheim native is becoming more comfortable with her new position and department. “I want the department be proactive, instead of being reactive,” Rogers said when it comes to serving... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
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Born and raised in Cuero, new DeWitt County elections administrator Blanca McBride strives to help the people of DeWitt County in the voting process and continue the work of outgoing elections administrator, Cindy Bonner. With elections coming Nov. 8, McBride has quickly started to learn the ins... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
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Love for the outdoors led Doug Jobes to seek a career wildlife management. His work has led him from his original home in Georgia, all the way to south Texas, where he now serves as the wildlife biologist for DeWitt and Goliad counties. Jobes, married for 13 years and father of three, moved to... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
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Opportunities take time. Former Mount Vernon Mills employee Tyra Franklin received and took hold of such an opportunity to begin a new job at Cuero city hall following the publication of an article in the Houston Chronicle. “I read the story online of the Houston Chronicle the Sunday it came out,”... + continue reading
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
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Early second half penalties may have been the only thing slowing down the Gobblers in the their 2016 season-opener. Cuero pulled out to a 56-0 first-half lead over Houston KIPP Generations Friday night before taking a 63-0 win to start the season. Each part of the team, from offense to defense to... + continue reading

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08/30/2016
The Yorktown ISD trustees unanimously named Chad Gee as superintendent of schools on Wednesday, August 24. Gee officially started as the superintendent on Thursday, August 25. Gee moved his family to Yorktown after being named as lone finalist for the position. His wife Stacey has also been... + continue reading
08/30/2016
Dear Editor  The United Methodist Women of First United Methodist Church, Yorktown would like to express a big thank you to all who made our Salad Luncheon on August 19 a great success. We are grateful to all who came, donated food and/or money, helped and told friends about it. It is such... + continue reading

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08/30/2016
Third time was the charm for the Lady Gobblers when playing Shiner this season. Cuero lost to the Lady Comanches to open the season before a second loss in pool play of the Lady Gobbler Classic on Aug. 25. Cuero defeated Shiner the third time around in the third place game of the tournament, also... + continue reading
08/23/2016
On Friday, August 26, at 7:30 p.m., whistles will blow, drum cadences will pound, bands will play, and the Friday night lights will shine at Yorktown High School’s Wildcat Stadium, signifying the “official” beginning of every Yorktown Wildcat fan’s time of year - - football season. And according to... + continue reading
08/23/2016
2016 Yorktown Senior Wildcats are, from left, front: Luke Romans (#29), Justin Lynch (#4), Cy Strieber (#7) and Ysidro Garza (#3). In the back, from left: Jordan Gonzales (#52), Kyle Schultz (#55), Justin Broll (#78), Michael Rodriguez (#33), Jacob Archuleta (#51) and Reagan Billings (#66). (... + continue reading
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08/30/2016
With the bleachers packed with fans, the Yorktown Wildcats plucked a few feathers at Wildcat Stadium Friday night, taking a16-6 season opener win over the Shiner St. Paul Cardinals. The Wildcats... + continue reading

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08/30/2016
Dear Editor  The United Methodist Women of First United Methodist Church, Yorktown would like to express a big thank you to all who made our Salad Luncheon on August 19 a great success. We... + continue reading

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08/02/2016
The congregation of First United Methodist Church welcomed their new pastor, Rev. Roberta Parrillo, with a covered- dish luncheon on Sunday, July 31. She came toYorktown from the Methodist Church in... + continue reading