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February 23rd, 2011

Government contracting basics workshop planned

February 23, 2011

Over the next few years, millions of dollars in contracts will be awarded by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
The Lubbock district office with the U.S. SBA will be holding a Government Contracting Basics workshop to help those interested find out how to sign up and gain access to these contracting jobs. The workshop will take place in Abilene on two upcoming dates.

Hastings to host book signing

February 23, 2011

Tears and smiles for triumph come naturally following the emotional but ‘easy read’ of “The Stories of Fay” in the book, Deprivation Trauma, by Texas author Zalora Price. The book will be presented from 5-7 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 26, at Hastings Books, 1102 E. Broadway in Sweetwater. 
Purchased books will be signed by the author. 

TNB wears red for heart health

February 23, 2011

February is American Heart Month and Sweetwater residents are doing their part to raise awareness for heart health and funds for the American Heart Association. Texas National Bank employees organized a bake sale last week with all of the proceeds going to the American Heart Association. Shown are Carolyn Alexander, Jennifer Cantu, Jerrie Gee, Lynda Ensminger, Cynthia Serrano, Cindy Martinez, Jessica Galindo and Kathy Staggs. The Nolan County American Heart Association Board will be hosting their first Wear Red Day Luncheon on Friday, Feb.

February 22nd

Investigators Searching Landfill for Dunn Case Clues

February 22, 2011

Dogs are searching the landfill in Big Spring this afternoon looking for clues in the disappearance of Hailey Dunn, according to Colorado City city manager Pete Kampfer.
Investigators are searching the landfill as part of the elimination process of search areas.
The search may be related to follow ups on a combination of both new leads and old leads, Kampfer said.
Dunn, 13, was last seen on Dec. 27 at her home in Colorado City.

"Hailey's Angels" end search efforts after uprising at appreciation dinner

February 22, 2011

Freda Radcliff is one of "Hailey's Angels," a group of six who organized a volunteer appreciation dinner this weekend for search crews combing through the fields for the missing Colorado City teen.
"We weren't appreciated for what we tried to do for them," said Radcliff.
Radcliff says there's only one way to describe it.
"A big fiasco," she said.
The culprit, a video created by "Hailey's Angels" that chronicled search efforts from the 13-year old's disappearance to now.

Deadline to register for WWII honor flights approaches

February 22, 2011

World War II (WWII) veterans are being offered the chance of a lifetime — a free trip to the WWII Memorial in Washington, D.C.
The West Texas Honor Flight has up to 125 seats available to be filled by area veterans. The group uses this opportunity to honor and thank WWII veterans for their service to the nation. Participants will receive accommodations, food and transportation free of charge. Medical personnel and other volunteers will be on hand to assist the veterans during the trip as well.

Residents celebrate Presidents’ Day

February 22, 2011

Many local residents celebrated Presidents’ Day with days off of work and American flags being displayed. Feb. 12 was President Lincoln’s birthday and Feb. 22 is President Washington’s birthday. Show are flags displayed at Sweetwater Intermediate School.

Local items donated to Pioneer Museum

February 22, 2011

Sandra Light of Maryneal recently donated items that she made to the Pioneer Museum in Sweetwater. One of the items donated was a velvet quilt. Another item that Light donated was a knitted sweater with intricate beading. Light has made many quilts and knitted many sweaters over the years. "My daughter owned a yarn shop and one year I knitted 54 sweaters," said Light.
Light mostly makes quilts now. She says that she has been quilting most of her life. "My mother quilted and that’s how I began. I've been quilting for about 55 years now."

February 21st

Industrial site entering engineering and construction phase

February 21, 2011

The Sweetwater Enterprise for Economic Development (SEED) Board of Directors met on Monday morning, Feb. 14, for its regular session meeting.
Various action items were presented and approved at the meeting. Among them were the financial statements from December 2010. The board was very pleased with the sales tax numbers that were presented in the report and also noted that the numbers were higher from the previous year. Also approved at the meeting were the minutes from the meetings held in January and the payment of accounts payable.

Local receives Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Parker College of Chiropractic

February 21, 2011

Parker College of Chiropractic presented Nicholas Todd Anthony the Doctor of Chiropractic degree during its 76th graduating class ceremony held at Irving Bible Church in Irving, Texas on Dec. 11, 2010. Dr. Anthony is the son of Steve and Debbie Anthony and is a native of Roscoe, Texas.

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