Author: Bob Bales

The Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum is thrilled to announce the opening of CUERO CELEBRATES WARHOL, an exclusive exhibition featuring works from Andy Warhol’s Cowboys and Indians series which he created just before his death in 1987. This exciting exhibition represents ideals of the American West...

By Robert Proctor By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record Football season may have ended on Dec. 21, when Cuero won their fourth state championship in school history, but the excitement is still in full force as February nears. Robert Oliver, chairman of the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum (CTHM),...

Crossroads residents will have an opportunity to tour two historical homes this weekend in Cuero through the Holiday Historical Home Tour, according to a news release by the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum. The event, sponsored by the museum, will allow people to tour the Proctor-Green House,...

Sports take a new form as the Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum presents, in cooperation with the Texas State Historical Association, “Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America.” The museum and Cuero were selected as part of the traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street program,...

By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record Before the oil boom in Texas, cattle was king of the state. The Chisholm Trail was the most notable cattle driving route of the late 1800s, and DeWitt County was on that route. Cuero’s Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum (CTHM) was honored...

[caption id="attachment_384" align="aligncenter" width="484"] Knights of Pythias Hall, Cuero, Texas c 1903. In 1908, a stained-glass window in the memory of Judge Sumners was placed third from left of the front of the building’s second story.[/caption] Stained Glass By Robert Proctor The Cuero Record A piece of Cuero’s history...