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June 24th, 2013
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Tenaska announced that it will discontinue its development efforts for two advanced coal-fueled electric generating facilities designed to capture carbon dioxide and will focus its efforts on ongoing development of natural gas-fueled and renewable facilities to customers across the nation.
This summer, the Sweetwater campus of TSTC (Texas State Technical College) West Texas, located at 300 Homer K. Taylor Drive, will be offering Microsoft Office Short Courses from June 24 until July 26. All of the courses will be offered in the Pevehouse Building in Room 210.
Shown (at left) is the newest inductee of the Sweetwater Kiwanis Club, Larissa Place.
She is pictured receiving her membership certificate and club pin from Mitch Moore, president of the local Kiwanis chapter.
The 32nd Annual Texaco Country Showdown is coming to Nolan County. KXOX AM/FM will host America's largest country music talent search and radio promotion. Approximately $200,000 in cash and prizes will be awarded nationwide including the Grand Prize of $100,000 cash to the National Winner, presented at the National Final televised special.
Shown (at left) is a recent inductee of the Sweetwater Kiwanis Club, Belinda Serrano.
Mitch Moore, president of the local Kiwanis chapter is shown giving Serrano her membership certificate and club pin.
Sweetwater Enterprise for Economic Development (SEED), the sales tax entity that is responsible for economic development in Sweetwater, will be hosting a âCline Shaleâ public forum for those interested in learning more about the Cline Shale Oil Play and how it affects West Texas.Â
The Sweetwater Police Department awarded Roscoe Collegiate High School graduate Alura Renteria with this year's Floyd L. Smith Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $500.
Renteria received her Associate's degree in general studies and pre-law through the collegiate high school and plans on obtaining both her Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in criminal justice at Angelo State University in San Angelo.
Shown making the presentation is Sweetwater Police Department's Sergeant Matt Counts.
Roby High School FFA Chapter and Fisher County 4-H will now be able to better serve the community, thanks to the support of local farmer, Jeremy Terry, and Americaâs Farmers Grow Communities.