February 10th, 2014
After an extraordinary reception at an event last month, Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital (RPMH) has announced a special information and signup clinic on Wednesday, Feb. 12, to help locals comply with federal laws. âWeâve received many calls over the last couple of weeks with members of our community requesting that we hold another event on healthcare reform and how to get covered,â explained Donna Boatright, administrator of RPMH.
The Highland girls on Fri-day warmed up for the Class 1A, Division II playoffs by losing to Class 2A Cisco, 43-25, in a warmup game at Highlandâs gym.
Highland (24-3 overall), which was the District 13-1A, Division II champion this season, was led by Sierra Allenâs 12 points in Fridayâs game.
The Roscoe boys basket-ball team on Friday assured itself at least the No. 3 playoff berth in District 13-1A, Division II with a 51-42 win over Hermleigh.
Jesus Leanosâ 29 points paced the Plowboys, who improved to 6-3 in district and 7-14 overall.
Roscoe held a 34-33 lead after three periods before pulling away by outscoring Hermleigh 17-9 in the fourth quarter.
The stage is set for a winner-take-all, regular-season ending showdown Tuesday at Midland Greenwood to decide the No. 4 and final boys basketball playoff spot out of District 4-3A.
Making that possible was Sweetwaterâs 60-45 win on Friday over Big Spring a Mustang Gym in its final home game of the season, coupled with Greenwoodâs 66-40 defeat at Monahans, leaving both teams with 3-6 records in district play.
The 2013-14 basketball season is winding down for Sweetwater Middle Schoolâs teams. Results from recent games follow:
Jan. 30-Feb. 1
8th Grade White boys
Sweetwater 41, Snyder 5
Mason Maxwell 14, Ky Hoover 9, Daniel Avila 5, Kade Kent 4, Andrew Melendez 4, Jose Solis 3, Noah Martinez 2.
Sweetwater 40, Merkel 17
Ky Hoover 19, Daniel Avila 6, Jose Solis 6, Mason Maxwell 5, Kade Kent 2, Noah Martinez 2.
Sweetwater 35, Merkel 14
Jose Solis 12, Ky Hoover 10, Mason Maxwell 5, Noah Martinez 4, Daniel Avila 2, Kurt Wetsel 2.
The Sweetwater High School girls golf team began its season by playing at Monahans. âAâ team golfers were Corynn Martin (91-90-181), Alyssa Soles (118-107-225), Alaina Andrews (99), Alexis Castillo (104) and Kensi Chowning (107). Christa Martin (106-109-215), Gabby Reyes (100), Payton Moore (108) and Mallory Carney (115) were members of the âBâ team.
The SHS boys golf team went to Snyder to open its season and had five golfers compete in the tournament. Michael Hazard shot 85-82-167; Mason Andrews shot 91-79-170; Jeremy Witt shot 109-97-206; Michael Hunt shot 87; and Mark Lawrence shot 101.
Texas State Technical College will have a Senior Citizen Appreciation Day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 10, at the TSTC West Texas Fitness Center. Come join TSTC for fun, fitness and refreshments! (Bring your tennis shoes). TSTC Nursing students will be available for blood sugar and blood pressure. For more information, call 325.668.8339 or email email@example.com.
Hospital demonstrates commitment to career advancement and patient experience with recent staff appointments
As Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital (RPMH) continues to keep up with changes in the healthcare industry, the local healthcare provider has announced that they have filled two key positions within the organization.
Ame Monroe has been appointed director of human resources. A 15-year veteran at the hospital, Monroe will leverage her expertise to advance the department and support RPMH team members through HR duties.
The goal of Cornerstone Christian School is to lay a foundation for children ages one through eight educationally, spiritually, socially and emotionally. And in order to attain those goals, the second annual "Beat the Street for Little Feet" will help raise money for the school--which will go toward program enhancement and scholarships, as well as allow families an opportunity to get physically active.
The event will involve a 5K run, a 50K bike tour, and a one-mile fun run, which will be held on Saturday, April 26 starting at 8 a.m. Each race will cost $25 per individual.
In our February meeting we will be discussing Graham Cookes' Establishing a Kingdom Culture. In this session we will discuss Identity - the key to transformation. Pleas join us at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 11, at the Holiday Inn Express for a time of praise and worship as we fellowship in the Lord.
Broadway Baptist Church