Tuesday, September 1, 2015
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Taking the first loss of the season was not the hopes of the Yorktown Wildcats Friday. They lost to Shiner St. Paul Cardinals at home, 8-26. Yorktown head coach Ty Robinson said, "We are never happy with a loss but, more disappointing was the number of mistakes. The Cardinals were really good... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
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By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record   Everything is bigger in Texas, and this will soon include the new H-E-B in Cuero which is set to open on Sept. 18 with many more products for the people of Cuero.   The store will be managed by Store Director Dave Epley and Unit... + continue reading
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By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record   It was a tough start to the 2015 season for the Gobblers, as they were unable to hold onto a slim halftime lead, falling 35-13 on the road against the Wharton Tigers.   Senior quarterback Elex Martinez carried the workload on the... + continue reading
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It was on this day, 70 years ago, aboard the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay, Japan formally surrendered to the Allies, bringing an end to World War II. It was on this date that William Urban of Yorktown knew he was going  back home. Urban was born March 29, 1919 and raised on a farm with five... + continue reading
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
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By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record   There is a new officer patrolling the halls of Cuero ISD. Cuero Police Officer Willie Whitfield started his first year as the School Resource Officer (SRO) for Cuero ISD last week.   Whitfield, a Victoria native, worked for... + continue reading

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09/01/2015
Devon Energy held ribbon cutting ceremonies for its new facility in DeWitt County Tuesday afternoon. With about 150 employees in its new office, the company began operations here in 2014 and has about 650 wells producing about 150,000 barrels of oil a day. Shown are, from left, Gregg Jacob,... + continue reading
09/01/2015
The Nordheim Lady Pirates found three ways to win match over the Prairie Lea Arrows on the eve of Aug. 25 in Nordheim. During the first game the Lady Pirate’s front line did some damage between kills and tips to rule the court. Dakota Ratjen knew when and where  to place the ball over... + continue reading

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08/25/2015
After a long two year wait Yorktown senior Skylar Wilson is allowed to do what he loves, play football, but not without a whole new outlook on life. On Nov. 14, 2013 Skylar Wilson quit breathing during basketball practice. Wilson was resuscitated by the aid of three Yorktown coaches, athletic... + continue reading
08/25/2015
The Yorktown Elementary School hallways were filled with students excited to meet their new school teachers during the ‘Meet the Teacher’ on Aug. 20. Kindergarten student Devon Campbell jumped up in excitement when he met his teacher Mrs. Sullivan. Parents were given instructions about... + continue reading
08/25/2015
By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record   Cuero Nursing and Rehabilitation Center will take part in Grandparent’s Day again this year, as they are encouraging the community to adopt a grandparent on Sept. 13.   Jennifer Hahn, an independent Mary Kay Beauty... + continue reading
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The Yorktown Kitty Kats attended the Bronte Showdown Tournament where twelve 2A teams attended to rally against the best of the best. Many of the teams made playoffs last year. Teams like Lindsey,... + continue reading

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Dear Editor, The 57th Yorktown Western Days is fast approaching. Volunteers are needed to realize the success of one of the most anticipated festivals in the Crossroads area. Please consider... + continue reading

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09/01/2015
Milo Reamy, an Oregon resident, met Marion Christensen vacationing, a Minnesota school teacher, while he was stationed at Hamilton AFB in California in July 1950; it was love at first sight, and... + continue reading