Love is in the air.Â
At least, thatâs what society says when it comes to Valentineâs Day.Â
It seems as it gets closer, more red starts appearing. Stores start stocking their shelves with Valentineâs Day cards, teddy bears, chocolates, flowers and many more âexpressions of love.â
Valentineâs Day comes around every year and star-crossed love birds tend to pop up everywhere and the not so star-crossed go into hiding.Â
Depending on which side of the fence one is on, Feb. 14 is either the most anticipated or the most dreaded day.Â
Black History Month is a remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African diaspora. Since 1976 this has been celebrated annually in the United States of America and Canada in February and this month is also referred to as African-American History Month.
Â I would like to thank the Sweetwater Reporter for the recent article regarding the new turf installation that will take place this Spring in Mustang Bowl.
The tremendous gift from Mr. Durham is the second time that he has stepped up and made a huge donation to SISD. Both of these were from a man who asked for nothing in return, in fact it was the SISD School Board who suggested that the nearly $1,000,000 in selfless donations made by this gentleman be acknowledged in a special way.
Why do some people think it is OK to just dump puppies or full grown dogs on ranch land or along a road?
Missy Grey was fortunate enough to have a good home, but so many are not and left to die or become road-kill.
Nearly one in three American children is living with a parent who is divorced, separated or never-married, according to a study by the Pew Research Center. More people are accepting the view that wedding bells aren't needed to have a family. What is your view on marriage and family?
Sweetwater Independent School District officials are considering standard attire for students in the school district. During a public forum, Assistant Superintendent Kathy Smartt brought out seven Sweetwater ISD students of all ages to model what the standard attire might look like if adopted for Sweetwater schools. Girls and boys were dressed in red, navy or white polo shirts without a logo, with khaki pants, shorts, skirts, or Capri pants. What do you think about that idea?