Archive - Apr 17, 2012 - News Article

Mobley returns to SHS as head football coach

April 17, 2012

Although he's actually a Big Lake native, Shane Mobley said his hiring Monday as head football coach and athletic director at Sweetwater High School feels like coming home.
In a sense, he's right.
Mobley — unanimously hired by the Sweetwater ISD board at its regular monthly meeting to replace Craig Slaughter, who resigned last month— not only has deep roots in West Texas, but is returning to a place where he has coached previously and where his wife, Tecka, grew up.
"I'm very fired up for this," he said. "The fact is, I'm ready to come back to West Texas with my family."

Crime Stoppers announces Crime of the Month

April 17, 2012

The Nolan County Crime Stoppers have announced the Crime of the Month.
On Tuesday, April 10, 2012, it was reported to the Nolan County Sheriff’s Office that between Thursday, April 5, 2012 and Tuesday April 10, 2012 unknown person(s) entered an electric sub-station. Once inside the sub-station the person(s) took copper grounding strap off a piece of equipment. The copper grounding strap is described as being four (4) inches wide by three-eights (3/8) inches thick and comes in various lengths. The location of the electric sub-station is in south Nolan County.

Blotters for April 13-15, 2012

April 17, 2012

The Sweetwater Police Department (SPD) received 163 calls for service, issued 32 citations and made eight arrests from April 13-15, 2012.

The SPD received 67, 911 calls.

Accidents:
• 200 block of SE Georgia Ave.
• 1500 block of Ragland.

Calls for service:
• Family violence assault — 800 block of E. 14th.
• Theft — 400 block of NE Georgia.
• Criminal mischief — 800 block of Lubbock.
• Burglary of a building — 217 Loop 170.
• Theft — 400 block of W. New Mexico.
• Criminal trespass — 1400 block of Runnels.
• Theft — 400 block of NE Georgia.

Arrested by SPD:

Sweetwater Animal Shelter closed

April 17, 2012

The Sweetwater Animal Shelter is currently closed and will remain closed for at least one week, until Monday, April 23, 2012, due to a recent outbreak of Parvo in the shelter.
"There have been a large number of Parvo cases in Nolan County recently both in my office, as well as at the East Ridge Veterinary Hospital," said Dr. Bud E. Alldredge, Veterinarian and owner of Sweetwater Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Alldredge is also the Nolan County Rabies Control Officer.

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