Archive - News Article
September 19th, 2011
David Warren (Sheriff of Nolan County), Charles Armstead (Roscoe VFD), Elsie Armstead (Roscoe VFD), Ray King (Trent VFD), Paula King (Trent VFD), Robert Clark (Sweetwater PD), John Luckey (Lake Sweetwater VFD), Tim Blount (Nolan County Sheriff's Office) Jerry N. Watts and Brenda Watts (Nolan County Sheriff's office), Randy Teel (Lake Sweetwater VFD), Melinda Moncada (Sweetwater PD), Kathy Arrant (Lake Sweetwater VFD), David McDonald (Nolan County Sheriff's Office), Sam Cunningham (Sweetwater PD), Matthew Polnack (North Runnels Hospital EMS) and four airmen from Dyess Air force base
The Sweetwater City Commission met for a regular meeting on Tuesday morning, Sept. 13, 2011 at City Hall.
A public hearing took place during the meeting to discuss redistricting plans. No input was offered, but two representatives with the city's selected redistricting firm, Knight and Partners, gave a presentation on the process and plan chosen.
On Thursday morning, Sept. 15, 2011, just before 9 a.m., the Nolan County Sheriffâ€™s Office located a missing person that had been wandering around in a disoriented state for approximately 30-plus hours in southern Nolan County.
Paulina Rodriguez, Kayloni Juarez and Hope Rodriquez are pictured at J.P. Cowen Early Childhood Center's Grandparents Day lunch on Friday, Sept. 16.
Sweetwater High School senior Allie Zavaleta was crowned the 2011 Homecoming Queen at halftime of the Sweetwater Mustangs Homecoming game on Friday, Sept. 16, 2011. She is shown being crowned by Class of 2001 Homecoming Queen Brenda Morales. Also shown is Zavaletaâ€™s escort, Christopher Hernandez. Zavaleta is the daughter of Jose and Griselda Zavaleta.
The Nolan County Emergency Food and Shelter Program has been chosen to receive $5,172 to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county.
The Snyder police officer and former Sweetwater police officer recovering from a gunshot wound to the head is making steady progress.
Corporal Darryl Campbell is still in a Lubbock rehab center. According to Sweetwater police officer Armando Renteria who recently spoke to Amber Campbell, Darrell's wife, Cpl. Campbell is determined to recover. "He is very determined and is progressing above normal. On Thursday, he walked 198 feet with only the use of a cane. He is doing very well and is setting and meeting goals. He is also starting to use the left side of his body more."
Sweetwater Chief of Police Jim Kelley, who is also a Salvation Army representative for Sweetwater traveled to Bastrop last week with other Sweetwater natives to take donations given by Sweetwater to those who lost their homes and belonging in the recent wildfires. The donations, which included many items such as clothing and toiletries as well as $1,200 donated to the Salvation Army by local residents, were taken to the Celebration Church shelter in Bastrop. According to Kelley, the donations given were much appreciated by volunteers at the shelter.
Tenaska continues to make steady progress in development of its proposed Trailblazer Energy Center, with recent milestones including securing a partial water supply and completion of engineering studies, said Helen Manroe, Tenaska development director.
The Nolan County Board of Realtors, (NCBR) is planning on sending out a survey to the Sunnyvale, Fairway and Club Trail neighborhoods. The NCBR wants to determine if the homeowners on the southern side of these streets would be interested in a joint effort with the NCBR in taking steps to have their area reevaluated and to possibly have the flood zone status removed.