Archive - Jun 26, 2012 - News Article
Brookshire Grocery Co. has announced Red Diamond Sweet Peach Tea is now available in half-gallon and pint sizes at all Brookshireâs and Super 1 Foods stores in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas.
Also, Red Diamond will be available in the half-gallon size in Sweet, Unsweet and Sugar Free beginning June 29.
âFlavored teas have become very popular, and weâre excited about adding Red Diamond Peach Tea to our lineupâjust in time for summer,â said BGC Manufacturing Vice President Mike Giles. âThe tea is fresh brewed right here at our plant in Tyler.â
The Veterans Readjustment Counseling Services are the community-based professionals within the VA who welcome home the war veteran by providing top-quality compassionate readjustment assistance to the veteran and their family in order to facilitate a successful return to civilian life within their community.
They offer individual, group, marital and family counseling to Combat Veterans of all wars and their families. Counseling is also available to any Veteran who experienced any form of sexual harassment or sexual assault while serving in the military.
Nolan County Commissioners accepted a petition Monday following the commissionersâ meeting, which will take county jail construction and fixing of the courthouse facade to the voters in November. Dr. Loren Bryant presented a petition of 446 signatures asking the issue to go to a bond election. This number meets the required 5% of registered voters, which equals 420 voters.
Cancer Services Network, a not-for-profit agency in Abilene, serving underserved cancer patients and their families in 19 counties in West Central Texas âÂ including Nolan County â has announced the addition of Mendy Stogsdill, LCSW, to their staff.
Mendy began her duties as CSN social worker in November 2011. She has over 20 years of experience as a social worker in hospital and hospice settings.
Mrs. Stogsdill holds a Masters in Science of Social Work from University of Texas in Arlington. Mendy and her husband, Steve, have a daughter, Emily, 9, and a son, Alex 3.
One person was killed in a one vehicle crash occurring in Callahan County.
On Monday, June 25, at 10:10 a.m., Dr. Thomas Allan Woodward was driving his 2004 Cadillac south bound on Texas 36 in Callahan County. The vehicle traveled off of the roadway and struck a tree.
This crash occurred about 1.3 miles north of U.S. Highway 283. There were no braking or evasive action marks prior to impact with a tree on the side of the roadway.
The Sweetwater Police Department (SPD) received 118 calls for service, issued nine citations and made seven arrests from June 22-24, 2012.
The SPD received 60, 911 calls.
â˘ 1300 block of Lamar.
Calls for service:
â˘Â RunawayâÂ 900 block of E. Avenue B.
â˘Â Theft âÂ 800 block of E. New Mexico.
â˘Â Theft âÂ 400 block of NE Georgia.
â˘Â Criminal mischief âÂ Sweetwater area.
â˘Â Information âÂ Sweetwater area.
â˘Â Burglary of a habitationâÂ 1300 block of Avondale.
â˘Â Unauthorized use of a vehicleâÂ 1700 block of Hailey.
â˘Â Unauthorized use of a vehicleâÂ 500 block of E. Avenue C.