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November 4th

Time to fall back

November 5, 2010

Daylight saving time is coming to an end. Time will revert back to standard time on Sunday, Nov. 7. All clocks will need to be set back one hour. The standard time to change clocks, according to the Daylight Saving Time Web site, is at 2 a.m. The 2 a.m. changeover was chosen to ensure as little disruption as possible. At this time, most people are at home and when train travel was a major factor, the fewest trains were running at this time. The early morning time also prevents the time change from changing days, which would happen if the change occurred at midnight or 1 a.m.

November 3rd

Nolan County Jail passes inspection

November 3, 2010

Last Tuesday, Oct. 26, the Nolan County Jail was thoroughly inspected by the Texas Commission on Jail Standards. The inspection lasted most of the day and checked for compliance in all areas of the jail operation.
“If you really want to see a Texas Sheriff smile; just let him pass jail inspection,” said Sheriff David Warren. “Our jail facility is responsible and accountable for over 600 standards of responsibility under the Texas minimum jail standards. Jail inspections are tougher and more comprehensive than ever before and so I couldn’t be more pleased to know that we are in compliance.”

Foster promoted at FFB

November 3, 2010

First Financial Bank, N.A., Sweetwater has promoted Rodney G. Foster, a veteran banker and active civic leader, to Executive Vice President and Senior Lending Officer.
Foster has worked for First Financial Bank in Sweetwater since 1997, most recently as Senior Vice President. He received a Bachelor’s degree in agricultural economics and a Master’s degree in agriculture from Texas Tech University. Foster is a graduate of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University and the Management Development Program from the Texas Bankers Association.

Hall elected Nolan County Court at Law Judge

November 3, 2010

A total of 3,548 ballots were cast in Nolan County including mail in, early voting and ballots cast on Election Day.
Many residents entered straight party votes including 652 for the Republican Party, 408 for the Democratic Party, 18 for the Libertarian Party and two for the Green Party.

COLLEGE STATION — Sweetwater went 2-1 Thursday, beating Cuero and Boerne in pool play at the Texas...
Several Sweetwater High School football players will be spending Thursday and Friday in College...
James Clift, a 2014 grad-uate of Sweetwater High School and former SHS athlete, has been named by...

 

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