Archive - 2014
Down 6-2 with just six outs left, Sweetwater rallied to tie Big Spring 6-6 in the teamsâ€™ 4-3A softball game here Friday when the Lady Mustangs scored four runs in the sixth inning. Sweet-water collected six of its 11 hits for the game and sent 10 batters to the plate.
Big Spring, however, had an answer.
The visiting Lady Steers came back to score twice in their half of the seventh to defeat Sweetwater, 8-6, and improve to 1-2 in district.
Shown are Sweetwater ISD Business Manager Nathan Ehlert, SISD board president Ginny Mayes and Dan Wilkinson with the TASB Risk Management Fund.
A plaque was presented at Thursday night's meeting of the Sweetwater ISD Board of Trustees recognizing the district's 40 continuous years of membership. Sweetwater ISD was one of 52 members who have been with the Fund's Workers' Compensation since its inception in 1974.
The district was also presented with a $1,000 membership award toward the 2014-2015 coverage.
Roller derby is officially in Sweetwater!
Wait, what's roller derby?
Head on out to the Nolan County Coliseum Annex on Saturday, April 12 and you'll find out!
Sweetwater's first women's roller derby league, Dark Horse Roller Derby, is hosting a "mash up" bout to introduce the sport they love to the community they live in.
Sweetwater ISD will be holding an election on Saturday, May 10 for the District 5 seat on the Board of Trustees.
Appearing on the ballot for District 5 will be Jana Hall and Danny Escobar. Only residents who live in District 5 will be able to vote for the position.
Until the May election takes place, the board approved appointing former trustee Jeanie McPherson to fill the vacancy in District 5 at their monthly meeting held on Thursday evening. She will be sworn in so that her service can begin at the April meeting.
Several entered pleas during 32nd Judicial District Court proceedings this week.
Broadway Baptist Church
There once was a man who always said, â€śThis is good.â€ť to everyone that happened to meet him. This positive man was a friend to a king and would often accompany him on the kingâ€™s hunting trips. He would load the guns, and the king would shoot them. One particular hunting trip he evidently, loaded one gun wrong, and when it went off, it shot the kingâ€™s thumb completely off. Examining the situation, the friend said as usual, â€śThis is good.â€ť Well, the king got mad and threw his friend in jail for the king could not see how this event was good.
Shown are students in the Texas State Technical College Student Government Association in Sweetwater. The group picked up trash between Skeet's Texas Grill and K-Mart on Thursday to begin Spring cleaning Sweetwater on the first day of Spring.
Pictured are David Whitlock, Victoria Robertson, Doug Whitlock, Jason Loveless, Trevor Reeves, Ben Guerra, Carl Mays, Nathan Creamer, Chris Rheliff and Advisor Tod Ryden.
Do you have any clothes that you don't wear anymore sitting around in your closet? Do you have older linens, blankets, shoes or pillows that aren't being used anymore?
Would you like to have those things make a difference in the life of someone else?
The youth of First United Methodist Church (FUMC) in Sweetwater will be driving around town this Sunday, March 23, from 3-6 p.m. collecting clothes for their church's Clothes Closet. Specific items include shoes, socks, backpacks, linens, pillows, caps and all sizes of clothing.
If variety is the spice of life, then Tracy Dartt & his Gospel-singing family group, â€śThe Darttsâ€ť are the perfect treat for the appetites of Gospel Music fans. Their smooth blends and heartfelt presentations make them a favorite of folks from the ages of 1 to 100.
The Dartts write all of their own music. Tracy Dartt is the author of the #1 hit Gospel song, â€śGod On The Mountain.â€ť
Amado Rios, 70, of San Angelo, passed away on March 13, 2014 in San Angelo.
Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 22, 2014, at Robert Massie Funeral Home with the Pastor Daniel Olivan of Segunda Iglesia Bautista, officiating. Arrangements are by Robert Massie Funeral Home.
Amado was born in Colorado City to Domingo and Isidra Rios on Sept. 13, 1943. He married Juanita Perez on Jan. 24, 2004. He worked as a mechanic for all of his adult life. He was involved in his church and played bass for the church band.