October 30th, 2012
The Sweetwater Police Department (SPD) received 119 calls for service, issued five citations and made seven arrests from Oct. 26-28, 2012.
The SPD received 41, 911 calls.
Calls for service:
â˘ Criminal mischief â 1000 block of W. 6th.
â˘ Theft â 100 block of S. Hopkins.
Arrested by SPD:
â˘ Raul Garcia, 57 â Warrant.
â˘ Jim Creek, 29 â Evading/driving while intoxicated.
â˘ Einesio Rivera, 49 â Driving while intoxicated.
â˘ Marilyn Johnson, 31 â Warrant.
â˘ Breanna Havner, 19 â Warrant.
ARLINGTON â Virginia Elizabeth Barry Hendricks, age 94, of Arlington, Texas entered into eternal heavenly rest on Oct. 25, 2012.
Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2012 at Wade Family Funeral Home Chapel, 4140 W. Pioneer Parkway, Arlington with Dr. James Scirratt officiating. Entombment followed the service at Moore Memorial Gardens in Arlington. The family received friends on Friday, Oct. 26, 2012, from 6-8 p.m. at Wade Family Funeral Home.
Sweetwater High Schoolâs varsity tennis teams begin their final week of action during the fall season at 4 p.m. today when they go to Midland Lee for matches with Monahans. Sweetwater then ends fall play with a match at Big Spring at 9 a.m. Saturday.
Last week, Sweetwater hosted Abilene Cooper on Oct. 23 and also traveled to Brownwood for a match on Oct. 27. Sweetwater lost in both matches, falling to Cooper 14-5 and to Brownwood 12-7.
Sweetwaterâs singles and doubles results for both of the matches follow:
ABILENE COOPER 14, SWEETWATER 5
Roscoeâs Mirian Solis advanced to compete at the regional cross country meet to be held this Saturday at Arlingtonâs Vandergriff Park after recently placing fifth at the district meet with a time of 13:10.
Roscoeâs other district results were as follows:
26. Danielle Deen 14:28
30. Alura Renteria 14:41
34. Amber Craig 14:46
42. Olivia Saddler 15:17
47. Crystal Luna 15:50
49. Mireya Sanchez 16:18
16. Jake Wilson 22:47
18. Pete Ortega 23:07
JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS
8. Lyndi Anglin 14:29
39. Allison Acebedo 16:41
48. Murissa Horton 17:25
JUNIOR HIGH BOYS
Highland will be sending two teams to compete at the regional cross country meet at Arlingtonâs Vandergriff Park this Saturday, as its varsity boys and girls placed second at their district meets held in Eula on Oct. 22.
Highlandâs individual results (only places listed) were as follows:
VARSITY GIRLS (2nd)
3. Lora Stewart
6. Madison Moseley
15. Taylar Hammond
16. Hannah Allen
21. Sabrina Romero
27. Beth Richburg
28. Kailee Hall
3. Tarin Weldy
6. Kaylee Martin
8. Schyler Kimbrell
9. Morgan Monroe
13. Hannah Kirby
VARSITY BOYS (2nd)
2. Sheldon Hall
Six Sweetwater cross country runners competed in the season-ending district meet at Snyderâs Nature Field on Oct. 24. Two boys and four girls ran at the meet. The top three teams and top 10 individuals advanced to regional competition this Saturday. Sweetwaterâs results were as follows:
(places and times)
22. Madison Howard 18:36; 23. Marissa Sanchez 18:45; 29. Addisyn Cleckler 20:14; 32. Hannah Sanchez 21:52.
(places and times)
17. Colton Scott 24:00; 30. Brandon Howell 26:23.
Today will be sunny with a high near 77. Winds will be from the south-southwest at 5 to 10 mph.
Expect clear skies tonight with a low around 52, and southern winds at 5 to 10 mph.
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A concerned local business owner hopes to inform the public about a scary situation. Leslie Brazelton, owner of Les' Barber Shop, shared with the Sweetwater Reporter in a phone interview that she recently tested positive as having the West Nile virus.
Though she is not certain, Brazelton thinks she may have been bitten by a virus-carrying mosquito while outside mowing the lawn at her house located between Sweetwater and Trent.
Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital (RPMH) kicked cancer to the curb to celebrate survival stories and successes at their annual Breast Cancer Survivors' Luncheon on Friday, October 26 at the hospital classroom. This year's theme was "Give Cancer the Boot".
Following a welcome from RPMH administrator Donna Boatright and an invocation from Dr. Robert Eaker, guests enjoyed a pink-themed meal prepared by the hospital's dietary staff.
"Timelier work is one of the foundation blocks of Texas' reinvented human services eligibility system, and workers like Sammy Alvarez have had a lot to do with the improvement we've seen over the past few years," said Alvarez's award nominator.
According to his nominator, Alvarez recently provided outstanding customer service when he helped completed 437 overdue cases in the Houston area with the Health and Human Service Commission.