Top headlines in The Cuero Record

Remembering Larry Wolf who served as band director in Cuero for three decades

CUERO, Texas – Here are some of the top headlines in The Cuero Record this week.

Read more about Larry Wolf, a band director in Cuero for more than 30 years. He recently passed away in a crash, but his memory lives on.

BBQ on wheels… Cattleman’s Catering food truck is in town twice a week. There is a feature article on that.

A Cuero man died last week following a chase and hostage situation in Lavaca County.

A pedestrian was critically hurt while crossing the street this past Saturday evening.

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There’s a Letter to the Editor from Cuero Regional Hospital board president John Frels reminding patients to be kind at the hospital and clinics.

And, February is Black history month—information on Leonard Roy Harmon, a Cuero native and WWII sailor who was awarded the Navy Cross for his valor can be found on page 4.

DeWitt County sample ballots are also in this week’s edition.

And game articles on the Gobbler and Lady Gobbler basketball wins on the Record Sports page.

All this and more in this week’s print edition or subscribe online at