Archive - Feb 11, 2011 - News Article
ROBY - The dates of this year's four QuailMasters 2011 quail management workshops that focus on bobwhite and scaled quail have been set, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service specialist.
The workshops will be coordinated by Dr. Dale Rollins, San Angelo-based AgriLife Extension wildlife specialist. Rollins will also be the instructor for the series along with Karla Welch, an educational consultant with the Texas Wildlife Association. Rollins said participants are expected to attend all four of the three-day workshops which begin in April and run through October.
Children's Connections Inc., strengthening families parenting program, has received funding to expand their operations to Sweetwater. The program is funded by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Prevention and Early Intervention Division. Through this extra funding, they are able to serve 10 Texas counties; Fisher, Nolan, Mitchell, Coke, Tom Green, Concho, Garza, Lubbock, Terry and Midland County.
The 2011 New Year Girl winner and runners-up were announced at Sweetwater High School. Shown are fourth runner up, freshman Jenny Medellin, first runner up, Junior Ashley Stevenson, 2011 New Year Girl, sophomore Mackensey Hayes, third runner up, junior Kensi Jones and second runner up, junior Carly Johnson. The 2011 New Year Girl special section will be published in the Sweetwater Reporter on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2011, and will include all New Year Girl nominees. (Photo courtesy of SHS Yearbook Staff)
JavaJax coffee bar in Sweetwater brought in two acts on Saturday evening. Performing together were Will T. Massey and fiddler Richard Bowden. This was their first visit to JavaJax. Bowden did not grow up in West Texas. He moved to Lubbock in the 1970s and spent over 10 years in the Lubbock music scene. Bowden played approximately 10 years with the The Main Brothers Band in Lubbock as the fiddler and mandolin player in the group.