Archive - Aug 14, 2013 - News Article
TSTC West Texas will graduate 110 students on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Abilene Civic Center. Â
The Digital Arts program is graduating its very first cohort of artists, which includes Jarrad Hamilton who opened his first show at the Center for Contemporary Arts during Artwalk last week. Kathryn Black, an outstanding Welding Technology graduate is a non-traditional student and has climbed to the top of her class. She has ambitions of working as an underwater welder. Â
Football season is right around the corner and area supporters are gearing up for an exciting season. Shown is Sweetwater Mustang fan Lita McEachern with this weekâs fence talk reading, âR U Red E 4 Mustang Football Go Red!!â
To support your area teams and players call Zela Armstrong or Brenda Morales at the Sweetwater Reporter at 325-236-6677 to show your support in one of our upcoming sports special sections. Come by 112 W. Third Street today!
Four county employees were recognized during Monday morning's county commissioners meeting held at the Nolan County Courthouse.
In attendance to receive their awards were Jerry Watts, who celebrated 10 years with the county as Assistant Jail Administrator, along with county auditor Judy Kasper for her 15 years of service.
Library Circulation Clerk Eloisa Hernandez and Coliseum worker Pablo Sosa were also honored, as they celebrated 5 and 10 years, respectively, serving the county in their positions.
The City of Sweetwater officially made an appointment for the position of City Secretary/City Comptroller during Tuesday's meeting of the Sweetwater City Commission.
Approval was given for Patty Torres to fill the role, which will be effective this Friday. Following the resignation from Carolyn Lawrence a year ago, Torres has served in an interim role while also continuing her other duties.
A 60% chance of showers and thunderstorms are likely today. The high will be near 89 with partly sunny skies and a northeast wind around 10 mph.
The rain chances decrease tonight to about 30%; otherwise, expect mostly cloudy conditions with a low around 68. Winds from the north-northeast around 5 mph will become calm later on.
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