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Tue
16
Sep

Chamber announces July 2014 BOM

A Special Stitch/Cuero’s Trophy Shoppe was chosen as the July 2014 Business of the Month. The chamber board presented owners Suzy Adams and Sara Gossett with the award. Contributed photo.

Tue
16
Sep

Garrett to show tractor in Kentucky

Cody Garrett, a graduate of Cuero High School, restored this 1962 Schafer Model 18000 tractor as a high school senior at CHS. He has entered the tractor in the Delo Tractor Restoration Competition. Video submissions for the contest may be viewed by visiting www.delotrcvoting.com. On Monday, Garrett was announced as a finalist for the restoration portion of the competition. Garrett will travel to Louisville, Ky., on Oct. 29-30 to present his tractors and compete for the champion title. Garrett is a freshman at Texas A&M University in College Station and is majoring in ag systems management. He is the son of Karen Garrett and Jack Garrett. Contributed photo.

Tue
16
Sep

DAR recognizes Constitution Week

 

Tue
16
Sep

Brzozowski, Pullin lead Great Escape 5k

 

The following is a list of winners in the Stevenson Unit Great Escape 5k Run/Walk. The winner of the 0-13 age group was Clayre Pullin; winner of the 14-19 age group was Travis Young; winner of the 20-29 age group was Jasmin McCord; winners of the 30-39 age group were Jim Brzozowski and Marisela Cirone; winners of the 40-49 age group were Jared Wallis and Leona Pullin; winners of the 50-59 age group were Mark Baros and Barbara Beiker; and winner of 60-plus age group was Randy Jochim. The overall top male medal was award to Brzozowski who completed with a time of 26 minutes and overall top photo female was awarded to Clayre Pullin who completed with a time of 33.42 minutes.
 
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Tue
16
Sep

1 dies after wreck Sunday

 

Tue
16
Sep

City council approves budget, slightly lower tax rate

 

Tue
16
Sep

Nordheim group in Austin

 

Members of the Nordheim group, Concerned About Pollution, are ready to put a cap of their own on proposed plans for an open gas and oil waste disposal site near Nordheim.  And the group isn’t just fighting mad -- they’re hitting the road to take their fight all the way to the State’s capital.
 
A group of about 20 people, most members of CAP, traveled to Austin on September 10, 11 and 12, to try to convince Texas Railroad Commissioners to vote against the proposed project.  Among those speaking were Paul Baumann, Phillip Baumann, Ruth Newman, Howard Anne Baumann, Barbara Fulbright, Michael Janssen, Don Janssen, Kevin Styra and Gail Tisdale.  Speaking from Cuero were Jim Wright and Kenneth Benbow.  
 
“We’re the only group opposing anything in the Eagle Ford Shale,” Lyn Janssen said of CAP, emphasizing the word “group.”
 
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Mon
15
Sep

Ruby Begonia wins first heat

The first heat of the Great Gobbler Gallop was held Sept. 13 during the annual King Turkey Day celebration in Worthington, Minn. Cuero's Ruby Begonia won the race in 41.12 seconds, no penalties. Worthington's Paycheck crossed the finish line in 47.17 seconds, no penalties. The second heat of the Great Gobbler Gallop will be held during Cuero's Turkeyfest on Oct. 11. Contributed photo.

Fri
12
Sep

Cuero Gobblers win 38-0 over Smithville

Cuero High School Gobblers go 8 quarters without giving up any points. Cuero beats Smithville in a rain-soaked game 38-0.

Fri
12
Sep

Yorktown Wildcats win 2nd contest of season 20-14 over Riviera.

Yorktown Wildcats give home crowd a win in a wet game 20-14 over Smithville Riviera.

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