Archive - May 6, 2013 - News Article
A memorial for Hailey Dunn has been scheduled.
The public has been invited to pay their respects at 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 19, at Colorado City Middle School. The service will be held at the gymnasium, in the area known as "The Pit."
This will be the only chance for the public to pay their respects before Hailey is laid to rest, as the family will have a private service for her burial.
Remains found at Lake J.B. Thomas in March were identified as the Colorado City teen's last month. She had been missing since December of 2010.
On Tuesday, May 7, Sweetwater Independent School District will host Kindergarten Round-Up at Southeast Elementary School. Personnel from Southeast Elementary will be registering students that will be attending Kindergarten next year in the 2013-2014 school year.
Sweetwater's Cole Maxwell holds up his team's bi-district championship trophy as teammate Shawn Campbell watches following the Mustangs' 7-6 Game 3 win over Fabens on Saturday.
Maxwell was the winning pitcher for Sweetwater, which plays Pampa in the Class 3A area playoffs beginning Friday at Lubbock Christian University.
See details of Saturday's action in Page 10 of today's edition or our online Sports section.
Ryan Linebaugh, son of Ronny and Portia Linebaugh, will be graduating in May with honors from Sweetwater High School. He will also be graduating Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society from Western Texas College with an Associate's of Arts Degree on May 10.
Recently, 11 students from Sweetwater Middle School competed in the TMSCA (Texas Math and Science Coaches Association) State competition. In attendance were 106 schools and over 2000 middle school students from all over the state of Texas. The competition consists of four different sections. Students compete in Number Sense, Calculator, Mathematics and Science.
Expect partly sunny skies today with a high near 77. Winds will be from the south-southeast at 5 to 15 mph.
Tonight will be partly cloudy with a low around 56, and southeastern winds at 5 to 15 mph.
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