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May 5th, 2015

Senior Send-Off to be held after graduation

May 5, 2015

What was formerly known as Blow Out or Project Graduation — which provides drug and alcohol-free activities for high school students to attend the night of graduation — has become Senior Send-Off this year.
In addition to the name change, there will be some improvements to the event, according to Carola Martin, a senior parent and instructional technology teacher.

Learn more in Tuesday's edition, either in print or by subscribing to our e-edition.

WASP Museum to host Chamber Coffee

May 5, 2015

The Sweetwater Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly Chamber Coffee at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 6, 2015, at the National WASP WWII Museum, located at 210 Avenger Field Road.

Local forecast for Tuesday

May 5, 2015

A 70% chance of showers and thunderstorms are likely today, with mostly cloudy skies and a high near 74. Winds will be breezy and from the south-southeast at 20 to 25 mph, with gusts as high as 30 mph.
Those rain chances will drop to 40% tonight, with mostly cloudy conditions and a low around 65. Winds will remain breezy and from the south-southeast at 15 to 20 mph.
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May 4th

Bi-district champs

May 4, 2015

Sweetwater’s softball team defeated Pampa, 14-4, on Saturday to win its Class 4A bi-district playoff series held at Lubbock Coronado High School. Sweetwater goes to the area round next to play Fort Stockton this week. Pictured front row from left are Abby Garcia, Naomi Gonzales, Jaya Atkins, Sonora Medellin; second row, Maddie Berry, Morgan Gomez, Annaliese Espinoza; back row, Rebecca Gonzales, Audrey Rule, Lauren Jones, Megan Holsey and Cierra Knox.

See the story in Sports on Page 5 of Monday's edition, either in print or by subscribing to our e-edition..

NIE wrapping up a successful school year

May 4, 2015

Newspaper in Education, better known as NIE, is a program sponsored by the Sweetwater Reporter that allows students to utilize the local newspaper in their academic studies as a more traditional, supplemental learning tool.

Get all the details in Monday's e-edition (subscription required) or in print.

Fledgling wrestlers to stage Sweetwater show

May 4, 2015

Fans of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and similar professional wrestling companies have the chance to support a local upstart organization on June 15.
Future Television Wrestlers (FTW) — named after the members’ dreams of one day either competing in or rivaling the WWE — is comprised of area residents who are passionate about bringing live wrestling events to Sweetwater.

Read more in Monday's edition, either in print or by subscribing to our e-edition.

May 1st

National Day of Prayer to be locally observed

May 1, 2015

In honor of the National Day of Prayer, the community of Sweetwater is invited to participate in a 12 hour prayer vigil at the Sweetwater Prayer Center at 1418 Hailey Street. Everyone is welcome to participate any time from 7:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 7, to unite in prayer for the nation and the community.

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Rabies virus confirmed in Sweetwater

May 1, 2015

A rabid skunk was shot and killed in Sweetwater earlier this week.
The skunk's head was analyzed and clinicians confirmed that the animal tested positive for the rabies virus — the first known case in about four years, according to Dr. Bud Alldredge, a local veterinarian and rabies expert.

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County still in drought despite recent rains

May 1, 2015

The recent rains that have fallen in the area have offered some immediate relief, but according to Dale Adams, general manager of the Wes-Tex Groundwater Conservation District (GCD) in Nolan County, the precipitation has not led to a long-term remedy.
“We’re still in a drought,” said Adams. “The rain has made the grass a little greener, but we’re not seeing it in our lakes.”

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Deep Creek Art Festival set for May 8-9

May 1, 2015

The Deep Creek Art Festival is a juried art show and sale hosting area artists. The Festival will be held at the Scurry County Coliseum, 900 E Coliseum Blvd. on May 8-9.
The invitation only Patron’s Preview is Friday, May 8th from 5-6 pm. The Festival is open to the public Friday 6 - 9 pm. and Saturday 10 am- 4 pm.

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