October 19th, 2012
Two patients were transported from a wreck on Lamar and Arkansas Street on Friday, Oct. 19, 2012. The Mustang, going west on Arkansas, struck the truck that was going north on Lamar Street, according to authorities. Both patients were in stable condition.
The Sweetwater Police Department (SPD) received 63 calls for service, issued eight citations and made two arrests on Oct. 18, 2012.
The SPD received 23, 911 calls.
Calls for service:
â€˘ Theft â€” 600 block of E. Third.
â€˘ Theft â€” 200 block of Lamar.
Arrested by SPD:
â€˘ James Schorer, 49 â€”Â Public intoxication.
â€˘ Alex McCoy, 21 â€”Â Warrants.
The Nolan County Sheriff's Office (NCSO) had 10 calls for service, served one civil paper and made one arrest on Oct. 18, 2012.
Arrested by DPS:
â€˘ Jesus MuĂ±oz Velasco, 26, of Arlington â€”Â No driverâ€™s license (when unlicensed).
Representative Susan L. KingÂ will host a forum to address the legislative concerns of her constituents at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012, at 119 East Third Street on the second floor mezzanine in Sweetwater.
Representative King will open the forum with a short presentation on looking towards the 83rd Legislative Session and then facilitate an open discussion with opportunities for questions and answers.
The office of Representative King welcomes and encourages all constituents of District 71 who are interested in legislative affairs to attend the event.Â
The Boosting Engineering Science and Technology (BEST) Robotics competition will take place on Saturday, Oct. 20. A record number of area teams will competition on in The Center at Texas State Technical College in Sweetwater. BEST works to inspire students to pursue careers in engineering, science, technology and math through participation in a sports-like science- and engineering-based robotics competition. This yearâ€™s theme is Outer Space, which is sure to spark tons of creative robots.
Sweetwater High School Varsity volleyball players gathered at the Sweetwater High School Library this week to hand out "Read" posters to promote reading and academics to each SISD campus and the County-City Library. The posters were given to each school and the County-City Library.
Various plans for the school district and its campuses were presented and approved at the meeting Monday night, October 15 of the SISD (Sweetwater Independent School District) board of trustees.
Among them were the emergency operations plans for each campus, which were emailed to board members prior to the meeting. Discussion was held on the off-campus evacuation shelters for each campus as well as the procedures to be followed by each campus.
Following approval, copies of the emergency plans will be given to local authorities and law enforcement.
The Sweetwater Police Department (SPD) received 44 calls for service, issued no citations and made three arrests on Oct. 17, 2012.
The SPD received 17, 911 calls.
Calls for service:
â€˘ Theft â€” 400 block of NE Georgia.
â€˘ Robbery â€” 1700 block of Hailey.
Arrested by SPD:
â€˘ Brett Gamble, 48 â€”Â Warrant.
â€˘ Allan Martinez, 32 â€”Â Warrant.
â€˘ Troy Woodward, 25 â€”Â Driving while license invalid.
The Nolan County Sheriff's Office (NCSO) had seven calls for service, served no civil papers and made two arrests on Oct. 17, 2012.
Arrested by NCSO:
While only two Nolan County high school football teams will see action today, their games will be crucial as Sweetwater and Roscoe will both be seeking wins on their home fields today with a chance to seriously dam-age the playoff hopes of the teams they face.
Sweetwater (1-0, 3-3) hosts Greenwood (0-1, 4-2) at 7:30 p.m. in the first-ever district meeting of the two schools, while Roscoe (1-2, 1-5) entertains Ranger (0-3, 0-6) at the same time.
We'll have partly sunny skies on Sunday and a high near 88. Winds from the south at 15 to 20 mph could have gusts topping out at 25 mph.
After 8 p.m., a 20% chance of showers and thunderstorms come in, but the nighttime weather will be mostly cloudy with a low around 64. We'll see south-southeast winds around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph.
Visit weather.gov to learn about this week's forecast.