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Don’t miss tax-free weekend

August 13, 2011

School is almost in session, but before those school bells ring, one more thing is left to complete the summertime schedule.
Tax-free weekend.
This year's Tax Free Weekend marks 13 annual weekends that Texas has been generating savings for families in the Lone Star State, which will take place on Friday, Aug. 19 through Sunday, Aug. 21. Originally set for the first weekend of August, the dates were pushed back in 2007 so that the three-day holiday would be closer to the beginning of the school year.

Crash claims life

August 13, 2011

Roy Benjamine Conely, 79, of Phoenix, Ariz., was pronounced dead at Hendrick Medical Center by Dr. Jack Needham at 9:45 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 11, 2011.
Conely was driving a 2005 Honda Odyssey east bound on Interstate 20 near mile marker 237 in Nolan County. The vehicle left the roadway, entering the center median and striking a concrete embankment at around 4 p.m. on Thursday. The weather was clear and the road was dry. Trooper Gilbert Valdez is investigating this crash.

Massive crane to perform lift

August 13, 2011

Crane Service, Inc. will be lifting a huge chiller on the Angelo State University (ASU) campus starting on Monday, Aug. 15, 2011.
The company, which has an extension office in Sweetwater, is hoisting a 15,500 pound A/C Chiller above the San Angelo campus. The unit will be placed nearly a football field away from the crane.

WASP passes away

August 13, 2011

WASP Madeline Sullivan Conley O'Donnell, a longtime resident of Menlo Park, California passed away peacefully on Aug. 4 at AlmaVia of San Francisco a few months after her 90th birthday.
Born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1921, “Maddy”, was raised in Bellerose, Long Island, enlisted in the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP, Class 44-2) under Jacqueline Cochran and spent two years doing something she absolutely loved — flying. She flew mostly bombers (B-26 Marauders).

Adopt a Mustang or Lady Mustang

August 13, 2011

Mustang Moms have initiated a new program called "Adopt-A-Mustang." The program is designed to let students from kindergarten through sixth grade "adopt" either a varsity football player or a varsity volleyball player. Students have the chance to adopt a varsity football player or varsity volleyball player on Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2011 after Meet the Mustangs, which starts at 8:30 p.m. Registration will be held immediately after Meet the Mustangs at the bowl and costs $25.

Sweetwater met up with Snyder on Friday for the 65th time, and quickly fell into a hole as the...
The two sub-varsity high school games on Thursday between Sweetwater and Snyder resulted in a split...
Nolan County’s three area teams lost Friday as Roscoe dropped a squeaker at Jim Ned while Highland...

 

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