Archive - Nov 6, 2010 - News Article
The 32nd Judicial District Court accepted four guilty pleas this past week.
Jeremiah Anthony plead guilty to theft over $500 and the lesser included offense of theft over $1500; a class a misdemeanor. The offense occurred on Oct. 15, 2006. For a plea of guilty, Anthony received a year confinement in the Nolan County Jail, which was probated for two years. He is also responsible for a $500 fine, $309 in court costs, $500 attorney fees and $1,241.95 of restitution to David Etchison. He is also required to complete 120 hours of community service.
Realism is the only way for Vicky Wells.
Wells is the County-City Library November Artist of the Month. During the month of November, visitors of the library have the opportunity to not only view her paintings, but to get to know her subjects.
"I have to know what I'm painting," Wells said. "I have had a guy come up to me and tell me that when he looks at my paintings he feels that way."
Wells was able to capture not only the physical appearance, but the inner character in each of her paintings.
"If only people could see what these guys really look like," Wells said.
One local 4-H member from Nolan County was among 30 youth honored during the Texas AgriLife Extension Service's District 7 4-H Gold Star banquet. The annual event was held Nov. 1, in the Cactus Hotel in San Angelo. The honoree was Parker Scott. The Gold Star Award is the highest honor given by AgriLife Extension on the county level. Winners are picked based on their personal development, leadership and achievement in 4-H projects, and on activities and contributions made to the 4-H program.Â
Curiosity may have killed the cat, but for Dorothy Stone it got her a diploma.
After 23 years of wondering, Stone finally decided to request her grades. Within a few days, she not only received her grades; she received a diploma.
"My son had mentioned that I should call them and ask for my grades," Stone said. "I received a response in just a few days."