Archive - Jun 2013 - News Article
Two classes that are part of the Microsoft Office Short courses offered by the college this summer, on the Sweetwater campus of TSTC (Texas State Technical College) West Texas, will be held during the week of July 15 through 19.
Both courses will be taught on campus, located at 300 Homer K. Taylor Drive, in the Graphics Building in Room 107.
An intermediate/advanced course for Microsoft Excel 2010--which is an eight-hour course--will be taught from Monday, July 15 through Wednesday, July 17.
BROADWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
It is summer and people are vacationing. Some will drive hundreds of miles, get out of the car, stand by the car and take a picture while others will simply go visit family and friends. Still others will get on a plane and fly through the open skies. If you are one of those who will fly (by the way, I love flying) have you ever given thought to the pilotâ€™s job? He has but one â€” Get his passengers safely to their destination. Through bright sunshine, clouds or thunderstorms the pilotâ€™s responsibility never changes â€” get you to your destination safely.
Sweetwater Enterprise for Economic Development recently sponsored a tour of the Buzzi Unicem USA plant for a Sweetwater manufacturing group. The event was hosted by Mr. Robert Sagmeister, Buzzi General Manager.
Shown from left to right areÂ Chuck Stewart, Buzzi Maintenance Manager; Gabriel Acosta, EMA CFO; Shawn Wythe, Buzzi Production Manager; Larry Ludlum, Ludlum Vice President/Owner; John Spaulding, ADIT General Manager; and Frank Oâ€™Neill, Buzzi Project Manager.
Find more photos on Page 1 of today's edition.
Two ordinances were read and approved during Tuesday's meeting of the Sweetwater City Commission at City Hall.
Approval was given toward the first reading of the amended Chapter 18 city ordinance entitled "Miscellaneous Provisions and Offenses," which allows freight and portable storage containers in certain zoning districts. The first passage of the ordinance was earlier this year, but was brought back for consideration after a request was made by the commissioners.
Nolan County residents will now need to provide proof of eligibility at the Nolan County Tax Assessor-Collector's office in order to obtain farm license plates which have a reduced registration fee.
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles wants all vehicles on the road to be properly registered. While this rule requires an additional step for farm vehicle owners, it is important to ensure that only eligible farm vehicles pay the reduced fee.
We'll have partly sunny skies today, with a high near 90 and south-southeastern winds at 10 to 15 mph. Gusts could be as high as 20 mph, and we also have a 50% chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Those chances remain through the nighttime hours; otherwise it will be mostly cloudy with a low around 71. Winds will be from the east-southeast at 5 to 10 mph.
The only other rain chance we'll have this weekend is on Saturday morning. Expect weekend highs ranging in the upper 80s to mid 90s, with lows in the mid 70s. Winds will be from the south with gusts up to 20 mph.
Learn more at weather.gov.
Gwendolyn Boyd was the Lucky One Sweepstakes Mini iPad winner for the month of April.
This contest has been running from Feb. 1 and ended on May 31. First Financial has given away three Mini iPads and has one more to announce soon.
Pictured also is Debbie Anthony of First Financial Bank.
During Tuesdayâ€™s meeting of the Sweetwater City Commission, a public hearing was held to consider a recommendation from the Planning and Zoning (P&Z) Commission on a rezoning request.
Eric and Mindy von Atzigen, Pastors at Emmanuel Fellowship Church in Sweetwater, recently returned from a 10-day mission trip to Croatia, Macedonia and Albania.
Eric and Mindy traveled with Randy Boyd of Prepare International to train and encourage church leaders in these countries.
Shown is Mindy von Atzigen teaching in Sibinik, Croatia. Find more photos on Page 1 in today's edition.
A brief City Manager's report was heard during Tuesday's City Commission meeting, as Eddie Brown gave updates on current city projects.
Construction on the SNAP (Senior Nutrition Activities Program) building is underway, as windows are being placed. The expectation is for the building to be a nice facility where participants can return, and in a timely manner.