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November 15th, 2014
'Tis the season to be generous. That's what the staff at the West Texas Children's Advocacy Center (WTCAC) hopes as the year draws to a close.
"We want to remind people that we are a nonprofit," said Madison Black, client case manager at WTCAC. "We accept a lot of different kinds of donations, but right now, we need monetary donations. That's a big part of our funding."
See the full story in our weekend edition.
On any given day, more than 1.45 million patients across the nation are receiving professional healthcare services from the comfort of their own home. With recovery plan outlined by their physician, Nolan County residents, along with the surrounding counties, appreciate the many benefits home health services provide.
"Coping or recovering from an illness presents all types of challenges for patients," said Sherma Barham, R.N., director of RPMH. "We provide care in the patient's home and in familiar surroundings which in itself can have a positive and therapeutic effect."
There are three favorites that are still getting a little playtime as new inductees into the National Toy Hall of Fame in Rochester, New York.
Sweetwater players celebrated on the field after their 50-13 bi-district win over Perryton on Thursday. The Mustangs, who improved to 11-0 with the win, will face either Bridgeport or Ferris in the area round. Roscoe lost 36-28 in its playoff with Wink, however. Read about both games in Sports in the Friday edition.
One-night-only program is part of the ongoing APPLAUSE Music Series
The Abilene Christian University (ACU) is bringing their annual Christmas production of âAmahl and the Night Visitorsâ to Sweetwater for the first time. With the Saturday, Dec. 6 production, Nolan County residents can enjoy the classic holiday tale during the one-night only event at the Sweetwater Municipal Auditorium.
The Nolan County Food Pantry was the recipient of a giant donation this week.
More than 200 employees at the United States Gypsum (USG) plant in Sweetwater collected over 10,000 pounds of fare in its first company-wide food drive after the donation was given to the pantry earlier this week. Dozens of workers at the plant helped load the massive haul, which required a flatbed trailer to move it.
See the full story in our Friday edition.
The Sweetwater High School robotics team left Friday morning to travel to Garland to compete in the U.S. Regional BEST Robotics Competition. Today will be the marketing events and the robotics competition is on Saturday.Â Live streaming of the game is available for families or friends who cannot attend. Feel free to join in at this link:Â https://new.livestream.com/texasbest/robotics.Â The stream will startÂ at 7 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 15.Â Cheer on the team from the comfort of your home. The team's shirts are light blue with the symbol shown.
The final score is Sweetwater-50 Perryton-13.
The score is now 50-13 Sweetwater.
Sweetwater is currently up 36-13 against Perryton at their playoff game in Canton.
Early in the second quarter the Mustangs were up 24-13 at the playoff game in Canyon.
The Fifth Annual 5K Run for the WASP will take place this Saturday at the National WASP WWII Museum, located at 210 Avenger Field Road in Sweetwater.
The event will include a 5K Run for the WASP, 1.3 mile fun walk, and a 1 mile kids race, as part of the celebration honoring the WWII Women Air Force Service Pilots (WASP) and all veterans. The museum will open at 10 a.m. and registration will begin at 11 a.m. in the WASP Museum parking lot. The race â both the run and walk â will begin at 1 p.m. The kids race will take place as results from the run and walk are being compiled.