Archive - Jul 10, 2013 - News Article
West Texas Center employees drive more than 75,000 miles a month in rural West Texas providing care to more than 3,200 people.
Their superior record of safety earned West Texas Centers the Betty Hardwick Excellence in Risk Management Award presented by the Texas Council Risk Management Fund.
â€śBetty (Hardwick) had a high passion for good risk management and she would be most proud of (West Texas) center for their accomplishment,â€ť said Greg Womack, Program Executive Texas Council Risk Management Fund.
Two people were transported on Tuesday afternoon after another 18-wheeler wreck at the US 84 bridge that is currently being repaired after being hit last year by an 18-wheeler. The road had seen several wrecks in the past few months. The Sweetwater Fire Department received the initial call for emergency services at 3 p.m. One person was transported by ambulance to Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital and another person was flown to Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene.
While the new SNAP building is being built, clients enjoy SNAP activities in the metal building next to the former building, also where the new building will be located. Shown playing dominoes at the SNAP (Senior Nutrition Activities Program) building are Clydelle Steen, Inez Walker, Wilma Critz, Patsy Frith, Evelyn Barnes and Maud Woolf.
Nolan County Commissioners met Monday morning to discuss several issues involving the courthouse and Nolan County. The commissioners voted on and approved the re-instatement of the burn ban throughout the county, due to recent dry conditions.