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Tenaska helps fund Backpack Buddies

December 8, 2010

More low-income children in the Sweetwater Independent School District (SISD) will have food on weekends during this school year, thanks to a generous donation from Tenaska, developer of the Trailblazer Energy Center, a $3.5 billion carbon capturing power plant proposed near Sweetwater.
Tenaska is donating $2,000 to expand the Sweetwater Backpack Buddies program, a non-profit volunteer agency that provides food to children identified as chronically hungry by the SISD staff and administration, announced Leah Andrews, the program’s Sweetwater coordinator.

Grand Jury indicts twelve

December 8, 2010

Twelve people were indicted during Grand Jury proceedings on Tuesday in Nolan County. Eight of the indictments were sealed.
Calandra Antionette Brown was indicted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second degree felony. According to court papers, Brown did knowingly threaten Ocie Lee Jennings with imminent bodily injury by swinging at Jennings with a tire iron and did use or exhibit the deadly weapon during the commission of the assault on Oct. 25, 2010.

Church choirs combine for performance

December 8, 2010

This Christmas season will offer an opportunity for Sweetwater area residents as the combined choirs of First Baptist Church and Trinity Baptist Church will present performances of the musical work Gloria by Antonio Vivaldi. The concerts will feature the choirs under the direction of Music Ministers Jonathan Jones and Joshua Wright of First Baptist and Trinity Baptist respectively. They will be joined by an orchestra from Abilene as well as soloists Joy-Renee Blackstock and Camille Skye, both Sopranos of Abilene.

Local author has book signing

December 8, 2010

Stan Johnson was present on Monday at the County-City Library for a book signing of his new book, "'Y RECKON?". The book is a continuation of stories about farm, weather, cattle and horses, people he knows and country living in general. As the front of the book says, "If you think you recognize some of these people or places, you probably do." He also had available other book he's authored including "J'Ever Notice" and "'Zat Right?". Johnson is shown above speaking with Olga Sutjipto about his books.

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