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02
Aug

Officer Ruiz recognized at city council meeting

Before Cuero City Council delved into the main portion of their agenda on Wednesday, July 27, they took the time to recognize Cuero Police Officer Juan Ruiz Jr. for his efforts in serving a family in the community. On July 5, Ruiz received a call about a woman and her son being attacked by a swarm of bees in the 200 block of E. Morgan. Ruiz did not immediately locate the caller, Crystal Irvin, and her son, Jacob, but diligently searched the area until finding them. Upon locating Irvin and her son, officer Ruiz then transported them to the emergency room. Ruiz was also stung by several bees in the process. Mayor Sara Post Meyer presented the commendation to Ruiz with Irvin present to again show her thanks.

 

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Tue
02
Aug

Cerny ready to lead Hunt, Intermediate campuses

Cuero ISD will look to smooth the transition from Hunt Elementary to Cuero Intermediate School for the students by having the same leader at both campuses. Bridgette Cerny, who has been the principal at Hunt for the past for years, will now also take the lead at CIS.

 

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Tue
02
Aug

Calvary Baptist Church revival

Starting Sunday, Aug. 7, and continuing nightly until Aug. 10, Herman Cramer will be in revival at Calvary Baptist Church in Cuero. A gifted speaker and minster, Cramer was awarded the Roy Fish lifetime achievement award in the area of evangelism by the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention.

 

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Tue
02
Aug

2nd Annual Holman Back to School Bash

Editor’s Note: The following story was written by Sonny Long and submitted to The Cuero Record.

CUERO – Viola Holman has every reason to give up – but she hasn’t. Since late 2014, death has claimed Holman’s father, a daughter and step-daughter, a grandson and her mother-in- law. Earlier this year she was diagnosed with breast cancer, underwent a mastectomy and 12 chemotherapy treatments. In June she broke her ankle.

 

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Tue
02
Aug

Circle Y opening new facility

YOAKUM – Circle Y Saddles, Inc. will be constructing a new 30,000 square foot warehouse in a deal announced July 29 with the Yoakum Economic Development Corporation (YEDC). In consolidating its two plants, 15 Circle Y Saddles employees based in Tennessee were offered packages to relocate to Yoakum. “We have great employees in Tennessee and we hope most decide to transfer,” remarked Mark Jemelka, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Circle Y Saddles. “By consolidating all manufacturing and distribution in Yoakum we expect to experience significant operational efficiencies, especially in shipping.”

 

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Tue
26
Jul

Interviews set for YISD leader

Yorktown School District trustees will spend the remainder of this week interviewing applicants for the position of superintendent. Called meetings are scheduled Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings for trustees to interview six total applicants for the position.

 

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Tue
26
Jul

Fleener to lead two schools during 2016-2017 school year

Leading two schools is no easy task, but Kim Fleener is up to the challenge. Entering her eighth year with Cuero ISD, Fleener will take over as principal of Cuero Jr. High and will also stay on as principal of John C. French, as the school district completes the transition to the new school.

 

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Tue
26
Jul

END OF AN ERA

Cuero ISD is preparing for the opening of two new elementary schools, replacing John C. French and Hunt Elementary. Pictured is a mural at the former Hunt Elementary campus, which is for first, second and third grade students.

 

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Tue
26
Jul

Bell voted new 267th District Judge

Republican county precinct chairmen from six area counties, including DeWitt County, met recently and voted overwhelmingly to name Bobby Bell of Edna as the new 267th District Judge to succeed Skipper Koetter.

 

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Tue
26
Jul

New unit director at Boy, Girls Club

Boys and Girls Club of DeWitt County has a new unit director. Tiajuana Williams became the unit director in June and will help lead the Club along with Kelvin Washington. The mission of the Club stood out to Williams. “The boys and girls  club mission statement caught my attention,” Williams said.

 

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