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January 22nd, 2011

Jr high results

January 22, 2011

Sweetwater
8th grade Red girls 40,
Brownwood 12
Bianca Castillo 12, Cierra Knox 10, Claire Williams 6, Maddie Jones 4, Alexis Castillo 2, Jasmine Reddic 2, Abby McPherson 2, Zanisha Williams 2. Halftime score: Sweetwater 18, Brownwood 6.
Sweetwater
8th grade White girls 23,
Brownwood 18
Marissa Duran 14, Jamee Rhoades 5, Marina Duran 4. Halftime score: Sweetwater 10, Brownwood 8.
Rotan 52, Roscoe boys 22
Nick Schriber 9, Cutter Davila 6, Chase Cathey 5, Rafael Aguayo 2.
Highland girls 19, Ira 18

Tdap vaccine recommendations expanded

January 22, 2011

In October, 2010, CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) voted to expand the recommendations for the use of Tdap (tetanus-diptheria-acellular pertussis) vaccine.  This action was taken in an effort to protect more people from pertussis due to an increased incidence of the disease in the United States.  Many states, including Texas, have seen an increased incidence of pertussis in the past decade.  Currently, California is experiencing its largest outbreak in 60 years.  Since January 2010, more than 6400 confirmed, probable and suspected pertussis cases, and 10 pertussis rela

30 acres burned near Highland

January 22, 2011

On Friday morning, two residents were doing some work cutting up scrap metal when the grass near them caught on fire, according to Sweetwater Fire Chief Grant Madden. "They tried briefly to extinguish the fire themselves, but were unable to stop it with the winds and dryness of the fuel.

A Road Less Traveled to perform at Emmanuel Fellowship Church

January 22, 2011

With the release of its sophomore disc, Of A Captive Heart, and a tireless work ethic, A Road Less Traveled is moving boldly forward to become a legitimate rising star in 2011. Lead single “Underneath” is already gaining airplay, following in the footsteps of the band’s previous single, “Save Me” from the band’s independent debut, which landed in the top 30 at christianrock.net.

Jacque McCoy receives IOM designation

January 22, 2011

Jacque McCoy, executive vice president of the Sweetwater Chamber of Commerce, recently completed a four-year course of study from the Institute of Organization Management held on the campus of the University of Arizona, in Tucson during the week of Jan. 4-8, 2011. This professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is a comprehensive course focusing on professional growth and development for association, chamber and other non-profit professionals.

January 21st

Minor injuries result of black ice

January 21, 2011

An accident occurred early Thursday morning, due to a patch of black ice on the road. The accident occurred on 126 northeast of the city of Nolan. The vehicle struck black ice which caused the driver of the truck to lose control. Only one person was involved and was able to walk away with only minor injuries.

Blowout preparation kicks off

January 21, 2011

Sweetwater High School’s graduation Blowout is an annual event for all high school students. Blowout is held at the Nolan County Coliseum Annex following the graduation ceremonies and is an event full of fun, food and games. Blowout was conceived to provide an alcohol-free alternative to the traditional drinking parties that seem to have become the accepted form of celebration following graduation. Far too often, the future potential of young adult lives and the happiness of special events have been marred by the tragedy of drinking and driving accidents.

Hoop teams to entertain Brownwood

January 21, 2011

The 0-2 Sweetwater boys will try again for their first district win, while the 1-2 girls shoot for two straight when they host Brownwood today at Mustang Gym.
The girls (16-12 overall) who tip off at 6 p.m., need just one more win to assure themselves of finishing over .500 for the first time in five years. Sweetwater crushed Big Spring 59-35 this past Tuesday as Kinsey Brown-ing and Taylor McKoy each had 16 points. Brownwood is 2-1 in District 5-3A play.

Roscoe, Highland play key games today

January 21, 2011

Several Nolan County area basket-ball teams play key games today.
In District 9-A, Division I, the Roscoe boys (2-1) can pull into a tie for the district lead with a road win at Stamford (3-0). Roscoe defeated Hamlin, 56-38, on Tuesday as Caden Smith had 25 points and Juan Solis 14 to pace the win. Roscoe is currently tied with Haskell for second place. The Roscoe girls, who are 1-3 in district, also play at Stamford today.
The Highland boys and girls also have very important games today as they host Roby.

Tuesday’s sub-varsity results

January 21, 2011

Freshman girls 43,
Big Spring 34
Shaneese Brown 21, Larissa Locklar 6, Mikki Reschman 6, Taylor McPherson 4, Kayla Chowning 2, Sydney Vanderbilt 2. Freshman girls record: 2-1 in district.
JV girls 40,
Big Spring 18
Kelsi Crosson 14, Elise Lawrence 10, Shelby Cason 6, Janell Walker 6, Kathleen Campbell 4. JV girls record: 20-2 overall, 2-1 in district.
Big Spring 39,
Freshman boys 36
Kaleb Hoover 16, Dylan Bennett 8, Tre Taylor 7, Deandre Gatson 3, Quentin Wetsel 2. Freshman boys record: 14-2 overall, 1-1 in district.
Big Spring 61,
JV boys 36

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