Archive - Jan 12, 2011
Search warrant affidavits are giving new insight into previously unknown details regarding the disappearance of 13-year-old Hailey Darlene Dunn. Read them here.
Texas Department of Public Safety Senior Trooper Sparky Dean wanted to make it clear there's still noÂ one or twoÂ suspects in the case.Â He says there are numerous people being looked at and interviewed.Â He says developments are "still unfolding."
The SEED (Sweetwater Enterprise for Economic Development) Board of Directors met in a regular session for the first time in 2011 on Monday, Jan. 10, at the Sweetwater Chamber of Commerce building.
If you have not received your flu vaccine this season; we encourage you to do so. Itâ€™s not too late to get the flu vaccine. We have reduced the cost to $15 and will be administering the flu vaccine during regular immunization clinic.
Artist Jim Price from Abilene has his drawings currently on display at the County-City Library in Sweetwater. Price is 74 and works at Ludlum Measurements here in town. Price started in the 1980s working with oil painting on canvas, experimenting mostly with just landscapes and water sceneries.
Approximately 15 years later, he explored into the pencil and paper portrait drawing. Never having any lessons, he taught himself how to draw pencil portraits.
Louise M. Lott, age 80, of Sweetwater, Texas (former resident of Glen Allan, Mississippi) passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011, at Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital.
Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 14, 2011, at County Line Cemetery in Glen Allan, Mississippi with Brother Jimmy McClendon officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of Cate-Spencer & Trent Funeral Home.
A Sweetwater team that came into its district opener against Snyder at Mustang Gym with a 15-10 record, nine wins in its last 11 games and high hopes of a playoff berth never quite found its rhythm Tuesday.
Instead, it was the visiting Lady Tigers who jumped to an early lead and was vir-tually in control all the way in a 46-43 victory.
Still, Sweetwater â€” which never led â€” was able to stay within striking distance and had a chance to win or at least send the game into overtime until the very end.
A Sweetwater boys basketball team that has struggled to find a spark in recent weeks was simply no match for San Angelo Lake View here Tuesday.
The Chiefs launched two dominating runs â€” one in each half â€” en route to an 84-32 victory.
The first run turned an 8-7 Lake View edge into a 28-7 advantage midway through the second quarter, and the Chiefsâ€™ lead stayed between 19 and 34 points until a basket by Sweetwaterâ€™s Dylon Adames made it 58-30 with 6:09 to play. Then it got real ugly, as Lake View scored 26 of the final 28 points.
The Highland boys and girls won, but both Roscoe teams lost in area district basketball games Tuesday.
Highlandâ€™s teams are both on a roll in District 11-A, Division II.
The boys (2-2 in district) picked up their second straight victory with a 53-48 road win at Westbrook.
The girls (5-1, 14-9) are even hotter, picking up their sixth victory in their last seven games Tuesday with a 67-49 win.
Highlandâ€™s boys were be-hind 15-10 after one quarter but closed to within one, 25-24, at halftime.
Both of Sweetwaterâ€™s sub-varsity boys basket-ball teams won against San Angelo Lake View here Tuesday.
The JV boys (10-8) were 46-39 winners in their game, thanks to a second-half rally after the teams battled to a 20-20 standoff at halftime. Kyle McSherry led the Mus-tangs with 20 points and Cole Maxwell had 14. Ryan Linebaugh scored seven, Willie Norman three and Nick Nemir two.