Thursday, May 21, 2015
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As DeWitt County officials monitor the rising waters of the Guadalupe River, Memorial weekend travelers may also want to take a closer look to the weather before heading north. According to AccuWeather.com Austin and San Antonio are expected to have another round of thunderstorms and are at risk... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
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The rains stayed away long enough on Saturday for the Texas Tractor Truck Pull Association to have their day on the dirt at the Nordheim May Feast Shootout. Club co-vice president Clint Metting said, “With the rains we questioned whether or not people would come. It has rained the last three... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
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The 5 1/2” downpour of rain last Friday was enough for Yorktown Voluntary Fire Department to help four residents vacate their homes due to high water. Yorktown mayor Rene Hernandez said, “I just happened to be on site. The YVFD arrived. We removed four families as a precaution.... + continue reading
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
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  Awards Day at Cuero High School was held today at the Girls’ Gym. A total of nearly $300,000 in scholarships was presented to the students of CHS.   2015 honor graduates are as follows: summa cum laude graduate Chant Parker, magna cum laude graduates Eric Johnson Jr.,... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
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It is a sad state of affairs for a teenager to live in an environment without hope or even dreams. Take that and mix it with a deeper level of hopelessness when someone close is taken away forever. Quenten White, 17 years old, was born and raised in Cuero. When he was about to enter seventh grade... + continue reading

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05/24/2015
CUERO – Following massive rainstorms that dumped several inches of rain in Central Texas, DeWitt County Judge Daryl Fowler on Sunday issued a voluntary evacuation order for all affected areas in and around the Guadalupe River, effective immediately. The National Weather Service... + continue reading
05/24/2015
The Red Cross notified Cuero Independent School superintendent Jim Haley that the DeWitt County Sheriff's Office issued a voluntary evacuation order of all affected areas around or near the Guadalupe River. The Cuero Intermediate School gym will be used as a temporary housing site for flood... + continue reading

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05/12/2015
He may be small in stature at 5' 8" but he plays big and fast. It was enough for Texas Lutheran University to offer Cuero senior D’Andre Gallagher a letter of intent to play for the Bulldogs. Cuero athletic director and head football coach Travis Reeve said, “He is an... + continue reading
05/12/2015
The dreams of playing football was nearly lost for Cuero senior Hunter Doggett until McMurry University War Hawks in Abilene was able to look at his performance. Doggett said, “Originally, I did not think I was going to play anywhere because of my shoulder injury. I did not think any college... + continue reading
05/12/2015
Andrew Yeretsky may be wheel chair bound but that does not limit his competitiveness nor his skills in maneuvering his motorized wheel chair. Andrew was born with quadriplegic cerebral palsy from premature birth. His parents, Mike and Myra Yeretsky moved their family of six from Houston to... + continue reading

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05/20/2015
The rains stayed away long enough on Saturday for the Texas Tractor Truck Pull Association to have their day on the dirt at the Nordheim May Feast Shootout. Club co-vice president Clint Metting said... + continue reading

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05/19/2015
Dear Editor, I would like to apologize for leaving Citizens Bank of Yorktown from the "Thank You" letter to the editor for those assisting with our Shattered Dreams program presented to... + continue reading

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05/12/2015
The descendants of Josef and Magdalena Hauptman Kalich held their 48th annual reunion on April 26 in St. John with 116 people in attendance. Josef and Magdalena Kalich immigrated to the United States... + continue reading