Archive - Nov 14, 2013 - News Article
FormingÂ nearlyÂ fourÂ yearsÂ agoÂ inÂ theirÂ hometownÂ ofÂ Hamilton, Ontario, TheÂ CityÂ HarmonicÂ went fromÂ anonymityÂ toÂ widespread acclaim with their major hit â€śManifesto,â€ť headlining tours across North America and gathering numerous awards along the way.
Southeast Elementary is gearing up for their Annual Harvest Festival that will be held on Thursday, Nov. 21.
The festival will take place on the Southeast Elementary campus and the doors open at 5:30 p.m. and will close at 8 p.m. "Everyone is welcome to come enjoy the festival. This will be a fun family friendly event that people of all ages will enjoy," said festival organizers. "You can sit down for an exciting game of Bingo, win a delicious homemade cake from our cake walk or make the rounds and play all of the other fun games that will be set up throughout the school."
During the City Manager's report given by Eddie Brown at Tuesday's city commission meeting, it was noted that the city will stay in Stage 1 of the Water Conservation/Drought Contingency Plan.
The recommendation was given by Enprotec/Hibbs & Todd, who conducts regular reviews. Stage 1 does not require conservation and is only voluntary.
Brown explained that during this time of year, the water usage tends to drop. On average, around 2 million gallons of water are used on a daily basis.
Gordon Gloria, Community Programs Service Coordinator for West Central Texas Council of Governments in Abilene, was the speaker at this month's Lunch and Learn Seminar hosted by Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Gloria spoke to attendees about the free services his office provides for the elderly in Nolan and 18 other counties. Some of those services are: homemaker services, respite care, caregiver support, chore maintenance, personal assistant care and income support.
Today will be mostly sunny with a high near 61. Winds will be from the south-southwest around 15 mph.
Expect mostly clear conditions tonight, with a low around 42 and southern winds at 5 to 10 mph.
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