January 8th, 2011
ROSCOE JV GIRLS 40,
MUNDAY JV GIRLS 17
Roscoe individual points were unavailable at press time.
EULA JV GIRLS 45,
ROSCOE JV BOYS 9
Roscoe points: Dillon Freeman 4, Emilio Morales 2, Luke Rovig 2, Brant Burnett 1.
ROBY 8TH GRADE
Roscoe points: Nikolas Schri-ber 7, Vincent Pantoja 6, Cutter Davila 5, Rafael Aguayo 4, Kevin Lavalas 4, Chase Cathey 2, Jacob Cuellar 2, Javier Leanos 2. Half-time: Roby 25, Roscoe 24.
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS 44,
BIG SPRING â€“ West Texas Centers and the Fraternal Lodge will be cooking up some friendly competition Jan. 29 at the Ninth Annual Children-In-Need Chili Cook-off hosted by the Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie 3188 and benefiting West Texas Centers Children-In-Need benefit fund.
Close to 40 cooks are expected to participate in what has become one of the more popular chili cookoffs in the region, West Texas Centers Chief Operating Officer Landon Sturdivant said.
Region 14 Education Service Center Head Start announces that its â€śAnnual Report to the Publicâ€ť for 2009-2010 is available for viewing. This report is part of the federal standards for providing an annual report each year for school districts, parents, community members and any other interested agencies.
This report includes data on children served, curriculum, funding information, results from the 2010 Federal review and governance.
Julian Drive, a Christian rock group is once again coming to Sweetwater. The group performed at the Sweetwater Municipal Auditorium last year in January. Julian Drive will be performing Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011 at the Sweetwater High School Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. This concert is being offered by the Church of God and is free to the public. The doors will open at 7 p.m.
A press conference was held on Friday, Jan. 7, in Colorado City to update the Big Country on the whereabouts of missing 13-year-old Hailey Dunn. The conference was led by City Manager Pete Kampfer and Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) officer Sparky Dean, with various local media outlets on hand as well.
Sweetwater firefighters extinguished a blaze at 920 Roscoe Street in Sweetwater on Thursday afternoon around lunch. According to authorities and family members, a woman and her boyfriend were in an argument in the mobile home when the boyfriend told her to get out of the house and set it on fire. "He wanted to die," said the woman's sister. The man later exited the home before firefighters put out the fire. He was later picked up by the Sweetwater Police Department and has been taken to a mental health facility for evaluation. There were no injuries caused by the blaze.
Law enforcement officials continue searching for missing Colorado City teen Hailey Dunn. Nine agencies are actively working the case with 30 law enforcement officers and many more working behind the scenes. Those working on the case are the Colorado City Police Department, the Mitchell County Sheriff's Office, the Texas Department of Public Safety, the FBI, the Snyder Police Department, 32nd Judicial District Court, the Scurry County Sheriff's Office, the Secret Service and the Child Advisory Center.
This is Dana Cooper's second visit to Java Jax to perform since last year.
The first artist to perform at Java Jax's cozy set up corner stage last year during the Rattlesnake Round-Up was country/folk musician Buch Hancock of Lubbock. Since then there have been many other talented musicians to visit and entertain.
Smith: When did you really start playing music and enjoy playing to an audience?
Cooper: "I started at the age of 12 and was on the road by the age of 19.
Funeral services for Leo LeDell Hollon, Sr., 88, of Sweetwater will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 8, 2011, at McCoy Chapel of Memories with Rev. Jimmy Don Bennett officiating. Burial will be in Roby Cemetery.
Services will be directed by McCoy Funeral Home of Sweetwater. Mr. Hollon died Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011, at his home.
Born Dec. 22, 1922, in Coleman, he married Faye Allison in 1951. He was a farmer and had worked in road construction, moving to Sweetwater 22 years ago. He was a veteran and attended Faith Harvest Pentecostal Church. His hobby was fishing.
Both Sweetwater basketball teams are on the road for non-district con-tests today, but Roscoeâ€™s girls jump into District 9-A, Division I action as they travel to Munday.
The Sweetwater girls head to Mineral Wells for their final District 5-3A tuneup while Sweetwaterâ€™s boys go to Ballinger. The girls will host Snyder next Tuesday to start district; the boys are also home Tuesday to face San Angelo Lake View in their final non-district game. Both Sweetwater teams won at Roby on Tuesday.
In Class 1A, Division II, Highlandâ€™s teams will host Trent while Blackwell en-tertains Garden City.