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January 6th, 2011

Strother wins subscription

January 6, 2011

Shahala Strother was the winner of a drawing held at the Sweetwater Reporter for a free six-month subscription and a $25 gift card. To enter the contest, residents had to donate six canned goods or a new unwrapped toy to benefit the Sweetwater Goodfellows.

Jeffrey Alan Woods

January 6, 2011

Funeral services for Jeffrey Alan Woods, 20, of Roscoe will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9, 2011, at McCoy Chapel of Memories.
Rev. Frankie Santiago will officiate and burial will be in Palava Cemetery. Services will be directed by McCoy Funeral Home of Sweetwater. Mr. Woods died on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011, in Roscoe.

SW-Roby girls action

January 6, 2011

Sweetwater’s Kinsey Browning (4) hits a layup over a Roby defender on Tuesday. The Lady Mustangs won 42-30. Sweetwater goes to Mineral Wells on Friday for its final pre-district game.
(Photo by Betsy Howe)

Highland girls, Blackwell boys win 1A contests

January 6, 2011

Two Class 1A, Division II Nolan County basketball teams, the Highland girls and Blackwell boys, both won their district games on Tuesday.
Highland’s girls (12-9) are 3-1 in District 11 after winning at Loraine 59-48. The Lady Hornets over-came a 28-26 halftime deficit as Callie Sandusky scored 18 points and Shy-an Womack 15 for the winners. Sierra Allen had eight points, Kara Hughey and Beth Richburg seven and Lora Stewart and Jes-sica McCain two apiece.
Blackwell’s boys are 1-1 in District 12 after beat-ing Paint Rock 46-30.

JV teams get easy victories vs. Roby

January 6, 2011

The Sweetwater junior varsity girls and boys basketball teams had easy wins on Tuesday at Roby.
The JV girls won 40-19 in improving their season mark to an impressive 17-1, while holding Roby to just one point in the first half.Janell Walker had 13 points and Elise Lawrence 11 to pace the victory, while Kelsi Crosson had five, Kathleen Campbell and Shelby Cason four and Ashley Kincheloe, Whitnee Murff and Destiny Osteen one point each.
The JV boys (9-7) pulled away in the second half to win their game 38-17.

January 5th

Transmission line towers being installed

January 5, 2011

Shown is one of the new transmission towers being installed at the east entrance to Sweetwater off of I-20. This is part of the Texas Public Utility Commission's (PUC) $5 billion transmission line expansion to move West Texas wind power toward North Texas and Houston. These lines and routes were established as part of the Competitive Renewable Energy Zone (CREZ). Oncor was one of the successful bidders to build the lines. Of the $5 billion dollar project, Oncor received $1.34 billion for their part of the construction and installation of the new transmission lines.

Water line breaks at Adkins Supply

January 5, 2011

A broken water line from the second floor of Adkins Supply in Sweetwater flooded the lower level area of the building on Tuesday. A water cleaning crew was cleaning up the water damage that covered the lower level flooring throughout the day.

Jeremy Maxwell

January 5, 2011

Jeremy Maxwell, 29, died Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011, at an Abilene medical center.
Born in Aurora, Colo. on June 14, 1981, Jeremy was the son of Billy Patrick Maxwell and Janet Marie May Maxwell. He married Kami Shea Alexander on June 28, 2003 in Abilene, and moved from Sweetwater to Abilene eight years ago. He was a member of Broadview Baptist Church in Abilene.
Jeremy had struggled for the past five years as a quadriplegic as the result of a near fatal car accident in San Angelo, Texas when he was a student at Angelo State University.

Lady Stangs top Roby

January 5, 2011

ROBY — The Sweetwater girls basketball team is star-ting out 2011 the way it finished in 2010.
And the Lady Mustangs’ 42-30 win on Tuesday at Roby came against a peren-nial state power.
Sweetwater (15-9) trailed only once — at 7-6 — against the Lady Lions, who came into the contest ranked No. 6 in Class 1A, Division II.
Tuesday’s victory was the ninth in the last 10 games for Sweetwater, which goes to Mineral Wells Friday before tipping off District 5-3A play next week at home against Snyder.

Mustangs break skid

January 5, 2011

ROBY — Since a 4-1 start, little has gone right for the Sweetwater boys basketball team in the past month.
But that changed, at least for one night, on Tuesday when the Mustangs visited Roby and won 43-40.
Sweetwater’s 6-8 senior post, Paxton Kelley, scored 19 points as the Mustangs (6-12) won for only the second time in 13 games.
Roby led 7-6 after one quarter, but Kelley hit three straight baskets to fuel an 8-0 run at the start of the second period and Sweetwa-ter led 19-16 at halftime.

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