The Chamber of CommerceSweetwater and Nolan County will be hosting a ribbon cutting for a local business, T & M Imports on Wednesday, December 2 at 10 a.m.
According to the Sweetwater Nolan County Health Department, COVID cases are up from Wednesday, November 18, when it was 92 to Friday, November 20 where then current case count is 128.
Rep. Jodey Arrington, the Co-Chair of the bipartisan Ways and Means Committee Rural and Underserved Communities Task Force, recognized National Rural Health Day.
A Food Handlers Course by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Nolan County. Food Safety: It’s In Your Hands is scheduled for Tuesday, December 1 starting at 2 p.m. at the Extension office at 100 E 3rd., Suite 305 in the 3rd floor Conference Room.
Kimberly Dean, a 2018 graduate of Texas State Technical College's registered nursing program, was recently named coordinator of health services at Sweetwater Independent School District.
Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher C. Miller announced that the U.S. will withdraw thousands of additional American troops from Afghanistan and Iraq by January 15, 2021, just 5 days before President-elect Joe Biden is scheduled to take the Oath of Office.
The Chamber of Commerce, Sweetwater and Nolan County will be holding their Christmas Tree Lighting Contest on Wednesday, December 16 with the winners announced the next day.
Will Hancock has landed his dream job. The Texas State Technical College Computer Networking and Systems Administration student will begin working for Bangs ISD as an information technology specialist while completing his graduation requirements. He credits TSTC with helping him find the car…
Chris Bibb and Vickie May of Texas National Bank stand with local students Rihanna Salinas, Derick Torres, Kate Hall (not pictured Gabby Pena). TNB recognizes students with their Good Grades Pay programs.
The U.S. surpassed 11 million coronavirus cases on Sunday, according to Johns Hopkins University. It was only six days prior that the country recorded 10 million cases. There were 1,266 deaths reported on Saturday alone.
On Thursday, November 12, the Sweetwater-Nolan County Health Department reported 71 active positive cases. By Friday, November 13, the Health Department updated that report with 10 additional cases, putting the current total at 81
It's hard to put it any more bluntly: "There is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes or was in any way compromised.”
The Pope has called Joe Biden to congratulate him on winning the U.S. election. Biden, a lifelong Roman Catholic, spoke by telephone to the Pope on Thursday. This phone call came, despite President Donald Trump's refusal to concede, claiming without evidence, that the election was stolen fro…
Central Florida is building the first aviation facility for flying cars, straight out of the Jetsons. The hub will be completed in five years in Orlando's Lake Nona area. The aircraft will take passengers from Orlando to Tampa and can run 185 miles on a one hour charge.
On Monday, November 9, the Sweetwater-Nolan County Health Department reported 40 active positive cases of COVID-19. Three days later, on Thursday, November 12, the Health Department reported 71 active positive cases.
Sweetwater will be hosting the Texas DECA District 9 Competition. The Distributive Education Clubs of America (or DECA) is the High School Business organization that prepares students for success in their chosen career pathway. Volunteers are needed to judge submitted business proposals and …
The Lions Club will be having their Third Annual Feed the Need Thanksgiving food drive. Items that are needed: non-perishable food items (please no out of date items) gift cards from stores to buy turkeys, monetary donation welcome. Volunteers are also welcome.
The Kremlin has stated that Russian President Vladimir Putin will not be congratulating President-Elect Joe Biden until legal questions on the election are resolved.
The American Legion in Roscoe will be honoring veterans on Veterans Day at 7 a.m. with a breakfast. All those who served in the military, their families and the public are welcome.
U.S. Senator John Cornyn was declared winner over Democratic opponent M.J. Hegar with 88 percent of the precincts reporting. Cornyn took 53.7 percent of the vote, compared to hegar's 43.7 percent.
State Representative Stan Lambert (District 71) was re-elected to a third term in there texts House, garnering 78 percent of votes cast over his opponent, Abilene activist, Sam Hatton.
Congressman Jodey Arrington (District 19) has been re-elected to office for a third term, easily beating out his opponent Democrat Tom Watson, an Abilene lawyer. He also beat Libertarian candidate Joe Burnes.
The City of Sweetwater will hold a public meet and greet event to give the community an opportunity to meet the six police chief candidates. The event will take place on Thursday, November 12 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Nolan County Coliseum Annex.
Two small New Hampshire towns cast their ballots shortly after midnight, giving them the distinction of being the first in the nation to cast their votes in the 2020 Election.
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- Bryan Sheridan Selected as Sweetwater Police Chief
- TSTC alumna named Sweetwater ISD's coordinator of health services
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- COVID Cases Continue to Rise in Nolan County
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- SHS golf teams have top-3 finishes at local tournament
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