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Tue
17
Jan

Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum announces new executive director

The Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum’s (CTHM) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the hiring of Sharon Weber as Executive Director.

Chairman of the Museum, Robert Oliver, said, “We look forward to Sharon’s leadership to guide the Museum into the next phase of the Museum’s development.”

Weber brings with her over 30 years of professional experience in the non-profit, public-benefit sector. Working with a variety of civic organizations, she has been a fundraiser, team builder and community leader over the past 35 years.

 

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Tue
17
Jan

‘Wall That Heals’ coming to Cuero

Replica of Vietnam Memorial Wall to be at Cuero Municipal Park Feb. 9-12

 

The Wall That Heals, a 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, along with a mobile Education Center, is coming to Cuero on Feb. 9-12 at the Cuero Municipal Park Knoll, located on Leonard Roy Harmon Drive & U.S. Highway 87 with the memorial facing U.S. Highway 87 and will be open 24 hours a day and free to the public.

The Wall That Heals honors the more than three million Americans who served in the U.S. Armed Forces during the Vietnam War and its walls bear the names of the more than 58,000 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam.

Tue
17
Jan

Awards presented, Elvis lamp retired at Cuero Chamber membership social

Cuero Chamber of Commerce Agriculture and Visitor’s Center hosted its membership social and awards presentation Thursday, Jan. 12 at The Venue on Church Street.

The 2016 Business of the Year went to “The Cooking Depot,” Annette and Erwin Rath.

Mason Kleinecke, Cheyenne, Miller and Caeveon Patton were nominated for the Citizen of Tomorrow Award. Miller was named the recipient of the award.

 

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Tue
10
Jan

Ten years after fire, Gruenau Hall ‘here for the long haul’

Ten years ago, the Yorktown Volunteer Fire Department responded to an early morning fire call on Gruenau Hall Road on Wednesday, January 17, 2007, only to find the historic Gruenau Hall totally engulfed in flames. The fire occurred during one of the worst winter ice storms to hit the area in several years and only two weeks after another Yorktown landmark burned down -- the Yorktown Primary School Building. The inferno may have left the dance hall in a pile of ashes, but it also instilled a fire in the hearts of those who lived in the Gruenau community -- to build the hall back to it’s original glory..

And so began a huge fundraising endeavor which included the impressive Gruenau Hall Gala -- which included catered dinners and fundraising auctions -- held at Nordheim Shooting Club Hall, in addition to the annual Gruenau Hall Feasts, which were held at Yorktown Community Hall in May and October until the new hall was finally built.

Tue
10
Jan

Nordheim FFA Stock Show, Sale set for January 28

The Nordheim FFA Stock Show will be held on Saturday, January 28, at the Nordheim School FFA Show Barn.

The market animal judging of 1 steer, 13 hogs, 10 lambs, and 20 goats will begin at 9 a.m. The premium auction will begin at 2 p.m. The Art, Food, and Craft Show will be open to the public for viewing and sale at 12 p.m. in the hallway of the Main School Building. The Grand Champion Food, Art, Craft, and Blue Ribbon items will sell through the auction.

There will be a concession stand, featuring BBQ on the Bun, Frito Pies, and Sausage Wraps, on the premises sponsored by the Nordheim PTA and the Nordheim Senior Class. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Michael Leister Scholarship Fund at the Wells Fargo Bank in Nordheim.

 

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Tue
10
Jan

Newest arrival of 2017

Cuero Community Hospital’s first baby of 2017 was born last week. Mar’Jaelyn Alexandria Koonce was born Friday, Jan. 6 at 8:34 p.m. weighing six pounds and 11.8 ounces and 19 inches in length. The parents are Laura and Carl Koonce. The baby was delivered by Dr. Michael McLeod and nurse Resha Johnson. The nursery nurse was Kristen Nessel. Donations to the family were provided by CCH employees, CCH and the Heirloom Stichers Guild. Pictured from left are Dr. McLeod, Carl Koonce, Mar’Jaelyn Koonce, Laura Koonce, Ariana Guerra and Gabby Warwas..

 

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Tue
10
Jan

New option for dining in Cuero

Dining in Cuero just gained a new option with the recent opening of an Italian restaurant: La Bella Tavola Italian Grill & Pizza last month. The owner, Gasper Lekgaga, also has another Italian restaurant in Gonzales.

“We have a lot of clients here from Cuero,” Lekgaga noted in their decision to open a restaurant in Cuero. “Mr. Errol Dietze got me in contact with Mr. [Robert] Oliver and I got interested in the place, as well. We decided to come here, so Cuero people don’t have to come to Gonzales. We have been very successful in Gonzales.”

From the initial meeting with Oliver, plans unfolded to establish the restaurant at 213 N. Esplanade.

 

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Tue
10
Jan

Timpone to take on new leadership role at The Record, News-View

A reception will be held Tuesday, Jan. 17 from 3 to 6 p.m. recognizing Sonya Timpone in her new leadership role at The Cuero Record and Yorktown News-View. The reception, open to the public will be at Millie’s On Main, 115 E. Main, located next door to The Cuero Record offices.

After serving as publisher for the past 29-years, Glenn Rea will become publisher-emeritus, reducing his activities at the newspapers.

Timpone has been with both newspapers for the past nine years as advertising representative and more recently as advertising director and general manager.

 

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Tue
10
Jan

New Main Street director announced

With the resignation of Morgan Rath, the current Main Street Manager, to pursue her career in Albuquerque, New Mexico, at the end of January, the City is left with an empty space and big shoes to fill. Raymie Zella, as City Manager, reviewed over a dozen applications and was impressed with all of the well qualified resumes submitted and, upon careful consideration, became confident that Sandra Tague Osman was the best transitional fit for the position.

Tue
10
Jan

Cuero Community Hospital changes its name

The Dewitt County Hospital District Board announced Monday, Jan. 9 the adoption of a new entity called Cuero Health to demonstrate the full array of healthcare services available to citizens of Dewitt County. Along with this new name, the District Board also approved changing the name of Cuero Community Hospital to Cuero Regional Hospital. Accompanying these new names are graphic changes, to include logos, colors, renaming of various services and the adoption of new hospital signage.

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