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January 2nd, 2015
The following churches are featured in this week's Religion page: Broadway Baptist Church, Champion Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, Highland Heights United Methodist Church, Lamar Street Baptist Church, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Read more in Friday's edition.
Nolan County first responders were overwhelmed with the number of vehicle crashes throughout the entire county and along Interstate 20 due to road conditions on New Yearâ€™s Eve. Temperatures remained below 18 degrees on New Yearâ€™s Day with road conditions still very treacherous.
Read more in Friday's edition.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2479 Commander, Lionel Mendez delivered Christmas gifts to veterans in local nursing homes. He is shown left giving gifts to Cleo Pettit and Frank Torres.
We'll have a 90% chance of freezing rain and sleet today, which will all become freezing rain after noon. The high will be near 30, with a north-northeast wind around 5 mph. Total daytime ice accumulation of 0.2 to 0.4 of an inch is possible, with little or no sleet accumulation expected.
December 31st, 2014
Hazardous driving conditions continue today. TxDOT urges drivers to reconsider any travel plans over the next few days until conditions improve.Â
TxDOT maintenance crews across the Abilene Districtâ€™s 13 counties are monitoring road conditions and treat bridges, overpasses and critical areas with salting materials. Crews will continue to work around the clock throughout the duration of this storm to ensure roads remain passable, but travel should be avoided.
Nicole Garcia McArthur â€”Â To get healthy!
Maria Mermella â€”Â Get healthy and save some money.
Lana McCain â€”Â To take one day at a time, rejoice in the great life my family and I have been blessed with and be happy with what we have.
Sarah N. Gomez â€”Â Not to make any! Will only disappoint myself.
Marcie Crisp â€”Â To wake up earlier and become a morning person!
Rob McCann â€”Â Stop sweating the petty.
Joe Twister â€”Â Find a gf.
Daniel Cowart â€”Â To not make a resolution I won't keep.
Anna Ratliff â€”Â Don't have a New Year's resolution, just pick one word!
New Year's resolutions provide a perfect opportunity to set positive goals for the year to come. Old habits can be hard to break, which can make it difficult for men and women to stay committed to their New Year's resolutions. But a new year marks a new chapter, and the following are some ways you can ensure this year's resolutions don't go unresolved.
Read more in Thursday's edition.
Tabitha Goldthreate of Sweetwater has received a grant from Chapter BH of P.E.O. International. The Program for Continuing Education Grant is a need-based grant to women whose education has been interrupted and who find it necessary to return to school to support themselves and/or their families. P.E.O. is a philanthropic educational organization that educates women through scholarships, grants, awards and loans. Chapter BH has been active in Sweetwater since 1946.
Read more in Wednesday's edition.
Pat O'Neal (right) celebrated 25 years of service with the Sweetwater Fire Department. He is a fireman EMT on C shift. He is shown being congratulated by Sweetwater Fie Chief Grant Madden.
A New Year's Eve fundraiser and dance will be held at the Roscoe Community Center on December 31 from 7 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.
DJ Anthony El Guero will provide Tejano and country music. There is a $5 cover charge.
A food and soda concession stand will also be open. Money raised will go to Kevin Pantoja for his trip to Japan as a student ambassador representing Texas.