Archive - Jul 16, 2012 - News Article

Smalley Foundation offers training in Sweetwater

July 16, 2012

To any first responders in and around Nolan County, the Smalley Foundation will host a gas pipeline training awareness class will take place at the Sweetwater Fire Department. The class will be held in the training room on three separate nights including Tuesday, July 31, Wednesday, August 1, and Thursday, August 2, at 6 p.m. each evening.
The mission of the Smalley Foundation is to increase safety and awareness for those who live, work and play near the nation’s oil and gas sites and pipelines through empowering the general public, training first-responders and partnering with industry.

TxDOT hosts public meeting on Lamar Street project

July 16, 2012

Sweetwater — The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) invites citizens to attend a public meeting about a project to rehabilitate Lamar Street (BS 70-G) on July 24, from 1-8 p.m. in the administration classroom at the Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital at 200 E. Arizona Avenue in Sweetwater.
The proposed project would improve Lamar Street from Avenue B to I-20. Work would include rehabilitating the existing roadway with new base, asphalt pavement, sidewalks, signs and pavement markings. Plans call for the project to be built in phases with one side of Lamar Street closed at a time.

RPMH receives Oncor grant

July 16, 2012

Shown are Donna Boatright, Administrator of Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital and Jim Clements of Oncor. 
Clements is shown presenting Boatright with a City Matching Grant Program check for $40,517. This was awarded as a result of the energy conservation measures taken during the hospital's recent renovations.
"I am really proud that we were able to achieve these energy savings and receive the grant.  Jim is a great emissary for Oncor and has supported RPMH and encouraged us to work toward this grant.  We are very appreciative of Oncor for making this incentive available," said Boatright.

Man dies after Nolan County crash

July 16, 2012

One person was killed and one injured in a one vehicle crash occurring on U.S. Highway 84 at the intersection with Farm Road 1982 in Nolan County.
The crash occurred in Nolan County on Wednesday, July 11, at 6:40 p.m. One of the injured was pronounced dead late last night, July 15.

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