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The Fresh and the Cured
Two local charcuterie wizards surf the old wave
Food Story  December 24, 2010, by Mick Vann
"...Salt & Time has hit a high mark, producing dry-cured sausages that any small, traditional village in Italy would be proud of. Runkle is taking the best of our local meats and making them better, using only salt, spices, skill, and patience. Kocurek Family Charcuteriewww.kocurekfamilycharcuterie.com..."

That Time of the Month
Christian Remde spans the calendar year with his Twelve Films Project
Screens Story  July 15, 2011, by Melanie Haupt
"...Remde's current charcuterie project, for the purposes of the short film context, focuses on Lawrence and Lee Ann Kocurek and how they and their dedicated team at Kocurek Family Charcuterie are working to recover European-style tradition and technique, with an emphasis on local ingredients. The Kocureks specialize in what mainstream bologna eaters might find repellent – blood sausages, pâtés, rillettes, and terrines..."

Pairing the Pour
South American wines at Vaca y Vino
Food Story  May 3, 2013, by Margaret Shugart


Food-o-File
Locations, ownership, and staff of local restaurants get shaken up
Food Column  January 29, 2010, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Hudson's owner Jeff Blank reported last week that current pastry chef/chef de cuisine Kelly Casey will step into the executive chef job and Culinary Institute of America graduate McCailey Cranna will become Hudson's new pastry chef... Look for custom sausages prepared by the Kocurek Family Artisanal Charcut­erie (291-4461, kocurekfamilycharcuterie@yahoo.com) at the Austin Farm­ers' Market Down­town and the Triangle, Sunset Valley Farmers Market, and HOPE Farmers Market..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  May 13, 2005, by Lee Nichols and Cheryl Smith
"...• Travis Co. Hospital District board Chair Clarke Heidrick was honored this week with the first annual Neal Kocurek Award for Health Care Advocacy..."

Naked City
News Story  January 19, 2007
"...• In other schools news, the district is on track to open its new Southeast elementary school in August of this year. The school, at 8725 Nuckols Crossing Rd., will affect the boundaries of Casey, Cowan, Kocurek, Baranoff, Menchaca, Palm, Pleasant Hill, and Williams elementary schools..."

Election 2000
Chronicle Election Preview
News Story  November 3, 2000
"...R: Julie Kocurek..."

March 14: The Primary Ballots
News Story  February 4, 2000
"...Judge, 98th District CourtDemocratsW. Jeanne MuererRepublicans...Judge, 126th District CourtDemocratsDarlene ByrneRepublicansErnest GarciaJudge, 167th District CourtDemocratsMike LynchRepublicans...Judge, 200th District CourtDemocratsPaul DavisRepublicans...Judge, 345th District CourtDemocratsScott McCownRepublicans...Judge, 353rd District CourtDemocratsMargaret CooperRepublicansDemetri AnastasiadisJudge, 390th District CourtDemocratsKarrie KeyRepublicansJulie KocurekJudge, County Court at Law #5DemocratsGisela D..."

AISD: Who is Under the Axe?
Breaking down the 1,017 proposed cuts
DAILY News  February 13, 2011, by Richard Whittaker
"...Allan: 6 (3 teachers) Allison: 8 (7 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Andrews: 7 (5 teachers) Baldwin: 1 (all teachers) Baranof: 2 (all teachers) Barrington: 3 (all teacher assistants) Barton Hills: 3 (2 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Becker: 1 (1 assistant principal) Blackshear: 3 (1 teacher, 1 assistant principal) Blanton: 8 (5 teachers, 1 teacher assistant,1 bilingual instructor) Blazier: 4 (3 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Boone: 6 (1 teacher, 2 teacher assistants, 1 assistant principal) Brentwood: 1 (all teacher) Brooke: 5 (1 teacher, 1 teacher assistants, 1 assistant principal) Brown: 7 (3 teachers, 2 bilinigual instructors, 2 teacher assistant) Bryker Woods: 2 (1 teacher, 1 teacher assistant) Campbell: 5 (4 teachers) Casey: 3 (1 teacher, 2 teacher assistants) Casis: 7 (3 teachers, 1 reading specialist, 2 teacher assistants) Clayton: 4 (all teachers) Cook: 6 (4 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Cowan: 3 (1 teacher, 1 teacher assistant) Cunningham: 2 (all teachers) Dawson: 3 (2 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Doss: 2 (all teachers) Galindo: 12 (9 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Govalle: 4 (2 teachers) Graham: 4 (2 teachers, 2 teacher assistants) Gullet: 1 (all teachers) Harris: 10 (8 teachers, 1 bilingual instructor, 1 teacher assistant) Hart: 2 (1 teacher, 1 teacher assistant) Highland: 1 (all teachers) Hill: 2 (all teachers) Houston: 10 (8 teachers) Jordan: 9 (7 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Joslin: 3 (2 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Kiker: 2 (all teachers) Kocurek: 7 (6 teachers, 1 elementary) Langford: 11 (7 teachers, 3 teacher assistants) Lee: 1 (all teacher assistants) Linder: 4 (all teachers) Maplewood: 1 (all teacher assistants) Mathews: 2 (1 teacher, 1 teacher assistant) McBee: 1 (all assistant principal) Menchaca: 5 (all teachers) Metz: 10 (8 teachers) Mills: 5 (4 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Norman: 6 (4 teachers) Oak Hill: 9 (6 teachers, 3 teacher assistants) Oak Springs: 4 (2 teachers, 1 teacher assistant, 1 assistant principal) Odom: 9 (7 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Ortega: 5 (4 teachers, 1 parent support specialist) Overton: 8 (3 teachers, 3 teacher assistants) Palm: 10 (6 teachers, 3 teacher assistants) Patton: 2 (all teacher assistants) Pease: 2 (1 teacher assistant) Pecan Springs: 15 (12 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Perez: 5 (4 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Pickle: 4 (2 teachers) Pillow: 2 (1 teacher, 1 teacher assistant) Pleasant Hill: 9 (7 teachers, 2 teacher assistants) Reilly: 5 (all teachers) Ridgetop: 1 (all teachers) Rodriguez: 5 (all teachers) Sanchez: 8 (7 teachers) Sims: 7 (4 teachers, 1 assistant principal) St. Elmo: 6 (5 teachers, 1 assistant principal) Summit: 3 (all teacher assistants) Sunset Valley: 10 (7 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Travis Heights: 4 (all teachers) Walnut Creek: 16 (11 teachers, 3 teacher assistants) Widen: 7 (4 teachers, 1 speech pathologist) Williams: 6 (4 teachers, 2 teacher assistants) Winn: 10 (8 teachers, 1 bilingual instructor, 1 teacher assistant) Wooldridge: 7 (6 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Wooten: 3 (2 teachers, 1 teacher assistant) Zavala: 1 (all teacher assistant) Zilker: 2 (all teacher assistants) To be determined: 9 art teachers, 8 music, 12 P.E., 25 parent support specialists..."

Mayor's Race Contribution & Expenditure Reports
News Story  April 25, 1997
"...Other Notable Contributions: Insurance executive David Morgan, $5,000; investor Steven Dallas, $5,000; Bob Gregory, Texas Disposal Systems, $2,500; car dealer Nyle Maxwell, $2,000; Gary Farmer of Title Insurance, $2,000; Dick and Sharon Davis of Bonds & Insurance Services, Omaha, Nebraska, $1,500; restaurant investor Ronnie Roark, $2,000; Robert Riviere, investment banker, $2,000; car dealers Charles and Doug Maund, $2,000; energy executive Ben Campbell, $1,000; car dealer Curt Johnson, $1,000; Kenny Dryden of Title Insurance, $1,000; auto repair king John Nash, $1,000; car dealer Curt Johnson, $1,000; restaurant investor Lampros Moumouris, $1,000; restaurant investor Athanases Stamatopoulos, $1,000; restaurant investor Jamil Boukarim, $1,000; restaurant investor William Hardee, $1,000; banker David Hartman, $1,000; auto dealer Bill Cromwell, $500; Laura Beuerlein of Title Insurance, $500; car dealer Bill McMorris, $500; consultant Vaughn Brock, $500; Hotel PAC, $500; builder Patrick Flynn, Jr., $500; real estate investor William Burrow, Jr. $250; point of light Willie Kocurek, $100; homemaker Ann Pieratt, $250; Eastside Rev..."

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