Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 085, Ed. 1 Tuesday, February 23, 2010 Page: 1 of 10

Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Boys basketball
playoffs begin
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SMS announces
its honor roll
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health weight
a process
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Meet the Republicans
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Residents of Nolan County had the chance to meet Republican candidates running in this election season on
Monday at Tara on the Square. Shown are David C. Hall, candidate for Nolan County Court at Law Judge;
Susan L. King, State Representative for District 71; Sam Baker, candidate for Nolan County Commissioner
Precinct 4; Connie M. Jamison, candidate for Nolan County District Clerk; and Peter M. Lopez, candidate
for Nolan County Judge.
Photo by Amanda Moreno
Crimes of
the Week
Burglary of a
Between Saturday, Feb.
13,2010 and Sunday, Feb.
14, 2010, a person or per-
sons entered a building
located in Roscoe without
the effective consent of
the owner and burglarized
the building and commit-
ted criminal mischief.
Several items were taken
from the building and
property was destroyed
in the commission of this
Nolan County authori-
ties are asking the com-
munity for information
regarding this incident.
Please call crime stop-
Eers at the numbers listed
elow or you may go onto
the crime stoppers web-
site and enter your infor-
mation. All we want are
the tips; we do not want
your name.
Criminal Mischief
On Monday, Feb. 15,
• See CRIMES page 3
for the county
Staff Writer
There is no point in
jumping in too soon.
Discussion and more dis-
cussion filled the agenda
Monday during the regu-
lar meeting 01 the Nolan
County Commissioners
Court. There are different
areas of the county need-
ing attention and with the
proper consideration, they
each will see improve-
Becky Brock, County-
City Li brary Director, pre-
sented some useful infor-
mation to process of get-
ting a new air conditioning
unit for the library.
According to Brock,
the library is funded by
the city and county, but
there are no funds in the
city budget for her needs
at this moment. There is
sufficient funding in the
county, with the help of a
50 percent grant.
Different avenues for
finding the funds were
discussed and plans were
made to pursue a grant.
The grant, if approved,
See COUNTY page 3
Roscoe to receive new wastewater treatment plant
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Roscoe will soon be able to reap the benefits of a new wastewater treatment plant. The current wastewater
area is old enough to be considered ancient, according to Robert McBride, council member. The new plant
is expected to be more efficient and environmentally friendly. The project is estimated at $1.5 billion and
is expected to be completed by July 17. Pictured above on the soon to be site of the Wastewater Treatment
Plant are Kenith Brawley, council member, Robert McBride, council member, Helen Perry, council mem-
ber, Don Graham, council member, and Pete Porter, Mayor of Roscoe.
Photo by Amanda Moreno
Sweetwater sees abundance of snow
Sweetwater residents woke up to an abundance of snow
on Tuesday morning. Snow is expected to accumulate
up to three inches according to weather.com. Travel is
also highly discouraged today. "If at all possible, please
postpone travel until later today or until tomorrow
after the frozen roadways melt," said Sparky Dean,
Senior Trooper with the Texas Highway Patrol.
Traffic is moving slowly, but the Texas Highway Patrol
is reporting numerous minor crashes and vehicles
stuck in ditches due to the accumulated snow on area
roadways. At press time, west of Abilene had more
snow accumulated on roadways, but all areas of the
Big Country have a significant amount of snow.
"Just a reminder that elevated structures such as
bridges will freeze first for those that have emergencies
and have to drive in this treacherous conditions," said
Dean. "Allow extra following distance, slow down and
leave the cruise control off," he added.
Above, a city employee plows through Lamar Street.
Photo by Pablo Rodriguez
in 11th
tornado drill
Area schools will par-
ticipate in the llth annual
Tornado Drill for Schools
at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday,
Feb. 25, 2010, offered
by the National Weather
Service Office in San
Feb. 21-27 is Texas
Severe Weather Awareness
Week. Severe weather may
strike with only a few min-
utes of advance warning.
At approximately 9:30
a.m., on Thursday, Feb.
25, the National Weather
Service in San Angelo
encourages all schools
to practice their tornado
drills. "We will transmit
a special message about
the drill through NOAA All
Hazards Radio. Some local
radio and TV stations, and
Emergency Management
offices may also carry
this message," said offi-
cials from the San Angelo
Office. "We will transmit
• See DRILL page 3

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