Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 114, No. 085, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 25, 2012 Page: 1 of 10
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The Nolan County Commissioner's Court met on
Monday morning, April 23, and Item #5 on their agen-
da was to consider approval of the architects' plans for
the new Sheriff s Offices and Jail.
The Commissioner's Court voted unanimously to
approve a motion to accept the architects' plan for
a new Nolan County Jail and Sheriffs Offices. The
architect for the project is Wiginton Hooker Jeffry
Architects, P.C. and die presented plan is for a 34,625
square foot facility. Of the total square footage, 27,777
S.F. will be dedicated to the 96 bed county jail function
• See JAIL page 3
Any! me Fitness
offers club to
Anytime Fitness is inviting Chamber Members
(owners, staff and employees) a brief opportunity to
use their club for a few days, at no cost.
"At Anytime Fitness, we believe in the success and
growth of our community. We also believe that to
obtain great success, we must be healthy and active,"
said local management. "To stand by that belief, we
are offering a very special benefit to all Sweetwater
Chamber of Commerce Members."
Anytime Fitness will provide all Chamber members
with a gift card worth $25. The gift card entitles their
employees to use it within the gym for anything.
What's more, the offer extends to their entire family.
And, if employees choose to join Anytime Fitness,
they will honor their commitment to better health
and well being with a $0 Enrollment Fee Offer. This
offer is good through the end of May.
Perhaps the best part of this offer: there is no cost
to the chamber company. "With Anytime Fitness as
your partner, you can promote a healthy workplace
• See MEMBERS page 3
AT&T reaches out to
the Texas Veterans
Commission to help
till over 600 jobs
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Through a new part-
nership between AT&T
and the Texas Veterans
Commission, AT&T is
stepping up efforts to
recruit Texas Veterans to
help fill more than 600
positions for AT&T's new
U-verse integrated digital
TV, high speed internet
and voice service.
exemplifies the value of
the Veterans Business
shows why Texas leads
the nation in finding
Veterans jobs," says
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leadership proves that
hiring Veterans is a smart
In response to
AT&T's request for
assistance, the Texas
has arranged for its
four Veteran Business
working in conjunc-
tion with the agency's
local workforce staff, to
help fill more than 600
positions at AT&T, as
soon as possible in the
• Corpus Christi
• Dallas/Fort Worth
• San Antonio
"Veterans have proved
to be some of our best
employees, and we
are committed to hir-
ing more veterans. Part
of our success comes
from partnerships, like
this one with the Texas
that provide us with the
best employees for the
job," said Chris Norton,
Senior Program Manager
for Military Talent
• See VETERANS page 3
SPPA hosts receptioo
for retiring Chief Kelley
Shown is retiring Sweetwater Chief of Police Jim Kelley with his wife, Scharles Kelley, accepting plaques
at a retirement party hosted by the Sweetwater Police Patrol Association. Plaques were also made for the
couple's two sons, Paxton and Tanner. Many members of the community and many agencies who work
closely with the Sweetwater Police Department were in attendance at the reception held at Fourth and Elm
Church of Christ. Another retirement reception will be hosted by the City of Sweetwater to honor Chief
Kelley for 34 years of service to the city from 3-4:30 p.m. on Monday, April 30, 2012, Chief Kelley's last day
on the job. The reception will take place in the City Commission room at City Hall.
Photo byTatfana Rodriguez
WTCAC hoard members attend conference
Shown a are Teresa Zarate, Peggy Parrott, Melinda Moncada and Jackie Hackfeld, West Texas Children's
Advocacy Center board members, who recently attended the Partners in Courage Conference in Austin.
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