March 2nd, 2015
ABILENE â€” After basi-cally dominating the first two quarters of Saturdayâ€™s Region II-1A semifinal over a team they had eliminated in the regional finals each of the past two years, foul trouble and a fierce Garden City press caught up to the Highland girls basketball team at Abilene Christian University. It resulted in a 37-33 loss as the Lady Kats advanced to Sundayâ€™s re-gional final.
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This morning, we'll have a chance of drizzle with some patchy fog, then a slight chance of rain after noon. Otherwise, expect cloudy skies and a high near 40, with northern wind around 5 mph becoming eastern in the afternoon.
For tonight, there will be 20 percent chance of showers, with cloudy conditions and a low around 39. Winds will be from the east at 5 to 10 mph, shifting to the south after midnight.
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Mya Jackson, a student at Sweetwater Middle School, was honored with a resolution at the recent Sweetwater ISD Board of Trustees meeting for qualifying for the state-level competition in archery.
Sweetwater High School student Alexis Martinez recently earned a seat in the ATSSB All-State Band and was honored with a resolution at the meeting as well.
Let's Talk Books, the book club of the County-City Library, is proud to announce that Alison Moore, author of "Riders on the Orphan Train," will be at its next meeting held on Tuesday, March 3 at noon in the library's Community Room.
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ROSCOE â€” Six years have passed since Roscoe High School transformed into Roscoe Collegiate High School. Instead of graduating with a traditional diploma, most of Roscoe's seniors leave the campus with an invaluable life tool â€”Â an associate degree.
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When it comes to maintaining health in our later years, eating right and fueling our bodies with nutritious food is key. Krystin Goodwin highlights the best foods for a longer life.
Churches featured in this week's Religion page are: Bethel Assembly of Sweetwater, Broadway Baptist Church, Emmanuel Fellowship Church, First Baptist Church, First Presbyterian Church, and Highland Heights United Methodist Church.
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The Applause Music Series is continuing its acclaimed programming with â€śLift Every Voiceâ€ť on Saturday, Feb. 28, at the Sweetwater Municipal Auditorium. Sponsored by Robert and Jimmie Bender, the upcoming concert is to feature a variety of artists and musical groups performing songs of inspiration.
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Jimmie Bender began to work for Child Care Services in July 1991 and within 30 days was elevated to the position of director â€“ the third such one in the programâ€™s short eight month existence.Â Over the course of the next 23 years, she successfully led her team through a myriad of changes â€“ including changes in oversight from the Department of Health and Human Services, to the Texas Workforce Commission and finally to the local Workforce Development Board â€” and also through changes in contractor agencies, which included relocating the entire operation from Sweetwater to Abilene.Â
The Sweetwater High School varsity and JV girls golf teams not only hosted a tournament Wednesday at Sweetwater Country Club, but also made off with most of the hardware.
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