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Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post #2479 Commander Lionel Mendez makes a donation to James McFaul, grandfather if Michael McFaul to help defray the cost of medical expenses for treatment at the burn center in Atlanta, Ga.
With the support of family, friends, and colleagues, Whitley May, a local business owner, is announcing his Republican candidacy for Nolan County Judge.
May is a fourth generation Nolan County native and is raising the fifth generation in Nolan County. He and his family are members of First United Methodist Church. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, hunting and working on the farm.
Terry Muncy is announcing his Democratic candidacy for Nolan County Commissioner Precinct 2.
Nolan County voters will have the opportunity to cast their votes on the early voting dates of Feb. 18 through Feb. 28, 2014. They may also vote on March 4, 2014 in the primary election. Muncy would sincerely appreciate your vote in the upcoming election.
He is a lifelong resident of Nolan County, with a family history of grandfather Buster Adams and father Billy Muncy both serving as County Commissioners in Precinct 4.
During Tuesday's meeting of the City Commission, a bid was awarded to drill water wells at the Hunter Well Field.
Three bids were received and opened at the meeting; all three included a base bid and three alternate bids. The bids were reviewed during the meeting by John Voller with Enprotec/Hibbs and Todd.
A recommendation was given to award the bid to Texas Water and Soil, which offered the low base bid of $763,602. The three alternate bids came in at $138,442; $144,250; and $172,442.
You are invited to join us for our annual Christmas pageant this Sunday at the Sweetwater City Auditorium at 11 a.m. This yearâ€™s pageant is entitled â€śWho Can Compareâ€ť and highlights the truth that no one and no thing can compare with our glorious savior. This is always a wonderful remembrance of the birth of Jesus with a special presentation by the kids of EFC, and we would love to have you celebrate with us!
AUSTIN â€“ The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will increase DWI patrols for a 21-day period that includes both the Christmas and New Year holidays. From Dec. 13 to Jan. 2, DPS troopers will focus DWI patrols in high-risk locations at times when alcohol-related crashes are most frequent.
BROADWAY BAPTIST CHURCH
Can you believe that it is just 12 days until Christmas? Does it make you want to sing: â€śOn the first day of Christmas . . .â€ť? Well, maybe not. Does it make you want to ask your loved ones what they want for Christmas? When you ask that question, you sure will get different responses. Some will tell you, others will keep it a secret, but everyone seems to have that special gift they would like to receive.
Doug Sitter State Farm, located at 208 Lamar, was recently a drop-off center for toiletries to be donated to West Texas Children's Advocacy Center (WTCAC).
The Kiwanis Club also donated about $200 worth of toiletries to the organization.
Pictured here are (left to right) Madison Black with WTCAC, Jessica Rangel, Brandi and Doug Sitter and Gloria Solis, all of Doug Sitter State Farm. The donations will go to families that have been served by the WTCAC.
The TEXAS Theatre in downtown Sweetwater and the Sweetwater Texas Theatre Acquisition & Renovation (STTAR) board of directors announce the 2nd Annual West Texas & Beyond Revue, hosted by Texas Music Ambassador Bob Livingston, to be held on Saturday, Dec. 14, at the TEXAS Theatre. Performing for the event this year will be guests from West Texas and beyond, including Blues Boy Willie (Memphis, Texas), Bob Livingston and Colin Gilmore (Austin) and Susan Herndon (Oklahoma) with musical accompaniment by Bradley Kopp and David Carroll (Austin) and local percussionist Tommy McCoy (Sweetwater).
Christmas is a special time and many people show their pride by lighting their yards and homes. The Sweetwater Chamber of Commerce wants to reward the best of the best.