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Thu
19
Mar

Dog found on Morgan Avenue

 

Pet Adoptions of Cuero asks for the public’s help in reuniting this dog with her owner. She was found on Morgan Avenue.
 
“Luckily, a concerned citizen picked her up and brought her to Pet Adoptions of Cuero’s shelter,” said Pet Adoptions of Cuero president Myrna Hassfield. “I believe she belongs to someone who is hopefully looking for her!”
 
If you know who her family is, please call Brenda at 275-6713 or Myrna at 799-1254.
 
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Wed
18
Mar

More info on March 9 wreck released

 

Michael Anthony Laging, 51, of Cuero, was taken by ambulance to Detar Hospital in Victoria after he apparently fell asleep while driving eastbound on State Highway 72 on March 9, according to a report from the DeWitt County Sheriff’s Office. Laging then ran off the curved roadway and hit a tree.
 
Emergency personnel responded to the single-vehicle wreck shortly before 10 a.m. Laging was driving a white 1998 Ford truck.
 
The Cuero Fire Department used the Jaws of Life at the scene, as he was pinned in the vehicle after the crash. 
The driver admitted to working all night and being tired.
 
Sgt. Santos Calderon of the DeWitt County Sheriff’s Office investigated the wreck.
 
Wed
18
Mar

Circle K acquires Tiger Tote

PRESS RELEASE

Tue
17
Mar

Jones Family Singers slated to perform at Gospel Brunch

 

Tue
17
Mar

CCH receives grant for shingles education

 

Tue
17
Mar

Nighttime shooting practice OK'ed by council

 

Tue
17
Mar

Hurricane conference set for April 23 at Victoria Community Center

 

Tue
17
Mar

VCGMA Spring Plant Sale in Victoria

 

Tue
17
Mar

Headley, Jacob on honor roll

 

BELTON, Texas — The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor announced that 445 students have been listed on the fall 2014 provost’s honor roll. To receive this recognition a student must achieve a 3.85 grade point average or better on a 4.0 scale.
 
Local students named to the list are Kayla M. Headley of Cuero and Colton Wade Jacob of Cuero.
 
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Tue
17
Mar

Over 1,300 birthday cakes reminding children of love

It is more than a tradition. It is more than a celebration of a birthday. The reason is simple. “To let these children know that Jesus loves them.”

Those are the words of Ann Adix of Yorktown who turned 85 on Feb. 20.

Adix remembers her first cake from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, the church she grew up in. She said, “I remember getting one (a birthday cake) when I was in kindergarten. It was the end of a jelly role but it had little pink flowers and green leaves on it. I remember holding that (cake) all the way to Davey which was 12 miles from town. It was so wonderful.”

She also remembers the first cake she baked for her nursery Sunday school class, 48 years ago.
 

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