Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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  After repairs were made to the building, the Boys & Girls Club of DeWitt County reopened its doors to all members at the end of last month. On board was Kelvin Washington, who was hired as executive director in July.   A native of Lake Charles, La., Washington is not a... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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  Those who attend Cuero High School football games can expect to hear a new sound from the Fighting Cuero Gobbler Marching Band.   This is thanks to the direction of the new head band director Rick Varela. Assistant band director is Brian Black.   Varela, a... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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Cuero’s Gobblers and CHS Band welcomed fans to a new season Friday night winning both the game and the half-time show. The Gobblers defeated Wharton 33-20 and the band/Trotters wowed the audience with their rhythmic UIL contest... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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  The first preseason game for the Yorktown Wildcats was one for the lesson books after being defeated by the St. Paul Cardinals 35-14.   Yorktown head football coach Ty Robinson said, “The mistakes we made, I hope that it is over with tonight. I remember from last year... + continue reading
Thursday, August 28, 2014
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  The Lady Gobblers continue to make their presence known when they appear on the court and they continue to decide that nothing less than a win will do.   The Cuero volleyball team traveled to Vanderbilt on Aug. 26 to play against Industrial Lady Cobras. In five heated... + continue reading

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09/02/2014
  Less than a week after being hired, Meyersville ISD superintendent Kelly Dunn was ready to welcome the students to the first day of school on Aug. 25. The Meyersville ISD Board of Trustees voted to hire Dunn on Aug. 20. He began work Aug. 21.   “We’ve had a great... + continue reading
09/02/2014
  There are some interesting numbers associated with Cuero School District’s new budget. First, it’s considerably larger than the current budget. Second, it has almost no state revenue. Third, debt tax is up 37¢ over the current rate.   In a special meeting... + continue reading

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08/27/2014
The Cuero Chamber of Commerce had another successful year of their annual fundraiser. The sixth annual World Series of Cuero Fundraiser was held Aug. 23 at The Venue on Church Street. The Main Event had about 120 participants and the Wine Run had about 50 participants.   “It... + continue reading
08/27/2014
  With the Ruby Begonia Race Team trailing behind, two turkeys battled it out downtown on Aug. 23. But the turkeys weren’t competing in the Great Gobbler Gallop just yet. The race team selected this year’s Ruby Begonia to take with them to the race in Worthington, Minn. on Sept... + continue reading
08/26/2014
  The Cuero cross country team had their first competition at the Gonzales Relays on Aug. 23 against 28 teams with favorable results.   Cuero cross country coach Roberto Granados said, “Our Gobblers ran great but they still have lots of room for improvement. We will work... + continue reading
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09/02/2014
  Justin Dixon, son of Walter and Tammi Dixon, returned with a bronze metal with team USA at the World Archery Field Championship in Zagreb, Croatia on Aug. 19-24.   During... + continue reading

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09/02/2014
  Dear Editor,  When I looked at the Yorktown ISD proposed budget for 2014-2015, I was appalled.  If I read the proposed budget correctly, we are planning to spend just under $... + continue reading

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09/02/2014
  Amber Sleek and Brett Gips were united in marriage Aug. 16, 2014, at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Yorktown.   The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Roger Hawes.... + continue reading