April 15th, 2013
Memorial services for Roy Gene Schroedter, 63, of Sweetwater, will be at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 27, 2013, at McCoy Chapel of Memories with pastor Chester McCown officiating.
Schroedter died Saturday, April 13, 2013, at his home.
Funeral services for Armeta Sansing, 75, of Roscoe, are pending with McCoy Funeral Home.
Sansing died Sunday, April 14, 2013, in Lubbock.
The City of Roscoe recently welcomed Peppyâ€™s Mexican pottery and furniture to Roscoe with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Shown are Brenda Stirl, Liz Howard, Vicki Bowen, Lucia Lavalais, Bryan Studdard, Delma Boston, Nicole Neff, Robert McBride, Pete Porter, Eddie Castro, Minnie Castro, Juanita Santiago, Josefa Castro, Lorin Lopez, Libby Lopez, Peter Lopez, Nicholas Anthony, Kay Aiken, Helen Perry, Vickie Haynes, Gloria Guzman, Donna Parker, Travis Williams, Mike Fernandez, Lita McEachern, Kelly Etheredge and Gayle Greer.
In Sweetwater and across Nolan County, residents can reap the benefits of the current and continuing growth within the medical community. Through the private doctors' offices, the newly-named Shannon Clinic, and Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital, access to critical health care services is becoming more convenient.
"Medical services in Sweetwater continues to thrive with great medical support for most of our communityâ€™s needs," said Donna Boatright, the hospital administrator at RPMH. "In fact, local healthcare continues to grow and expand to meet the changing needs of Nolan County."
Rent-A-Center in Sweetwater recently donated a flat-screen television to Hoyt House senior assisted living community. Shown are Dorothy Duncan, Whitney Ashford, Gerald Runyard, Molly Thomas, Francis Springfield, Pauline Gillette, Almaz Webb, Casey Hewett, Sue Ulbrich, Martha Diggs and A.J. Cook.
A considerable amount of input was heard during a public hearing that took place at the April meeting of the Sweetwater City Commission.
The agenda stated that the public hearing would be for the consideration of a request to abandon and close a right-of-way located on East 5th Street, between Elm and Fowler Streets. The area is 80 feet wide and 180 feet long.
Greg Aiken of Sweetwater takes a lead off first base after his fourth-inning single Friday against Big Spring. Aikenâ€™s hit started a five-run inning that rallied the Mustangs from a 3-1 deficit to an 8-4 win which kept Sweetwater tied for first place in District 4-3A with Wylie. The Mustangs will play at Monahans on Tuesday.
It took 15 years before Sweetwaterâ€™s softball program finally got back into the playoffs in 2012.
On Friday, the Lady Mus-tangs claimed their second straight postseason berth with a 6-5 win over Big Spring in a game players on both teams may remember 15 years from now.
Sweetwater jumped out to a 4-0 lead after four innings, only to see the visiting Lady Steers battle back and tie it 5-5 by scoring twice in the top of the seventh.
The Sweetwater baseball team is so close to its first playoff berth in nine years that the Mustang players can taste it. But despite a come-from-behind 8-4 win here Friday over Big Spring, they will have to wait at least four more days to celebrate their accomplishment.
However, Sweetwater (6-1 district, 14-11 overall) is still tied with Wylie for first place with three games left, and this Saturdayâ€™s game in Sweetwater between the two teams could decide the eventual 4-3A champion.
Here are the Sweetwater High School athletes who qualified to compete in the area track meet this Friday, April 19 in Pecos:
Jonathan Browning â€” 400-meter relay
Deandre Gatson â€” triple jump
Kaleb Hoover â€” 400-meter run
Jay Lomas â€” 400-meter relay
Isaiah McGee â€” 200-meter run, 400-meter relay
Nick Nemir â€” 110-meter hurdles, 300-meter hurdles, long jump, 400-meter relay
Mickenzie Brownlow â€” 1600 relay
Kayla Chowning â€” high jump
Zanesha Collins â€” discus
Kelsi Crosson â€” 800 relay, triple jump
Kendra Crosson â€” 800 relay, 1600 relay
Abby Garcia â€” 800 relay