Archive - Jul 11, 2013 - News Article
That's right, Sweetwater, it is currently raining in town, which is much needed around these parts. Shown is our loading dock at the Sweetwater Reporter gathering a puddle.
Sweetwater student Hannah Poone is keeping herself busy this summer with a Kool-Aid and lemonade stand in town. She will be a fifth grader at Sweetwater Intermediate School this coming school year.
As part of President Obama's all-of-the-above energy strategy that develops every available source of American energy,Â the Department of Energy and Vestas Wind Systems joined with Sandia National Laboratories and Texas Tech University to break ground on a new state-of-the-art wind turbine test facility in Lubbock. TheÂ Scaled Wind Farm Technology (SWiFT)Â facility is the first public facility of its kind in the world to use multiple wind turbines to measure how wind turbine wakes interact with one another in a wind farm.
The afternoon session of Monday's County Commissioners meeting was held in the third floor conference room and focused on issues with the remediation of the courthouse facade as well as issues pertaining to the proposed Nolan County Jail and Sheriff's Offices.
Many children have been enjoying the summer reading program at the County-City Library with reading and activities every Wednesday, as well as keeping up with their own reading logs. Shown are Jonathan Gallegos, Carinna Gallegos, Juan Carlos Dominguez and Adrianna Gallegos coloring donuts as one of their activities. Reading logs are due July 22 and the summer reading party will be next Wednesday at the library.