Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Hospital Employees recognized at Trustee meeting...

During the Board meeting, Management President Jim Bullock outlined goals for the hospital's next 3 years! Seated to his right is CFO Jaime Jacoby and on the left is board member Jerry Reynolds.

Hospital Trustees discuss a point at a recent meeting..left to right, Patti Pharris, CEO Karl Stinson and Board President Bobbi Banks. Seated with her back to the camera is board member Geneva Ratliff.

Honored for 20 years service were Sandra Sullivan and Shirley Grimes.

Lisa Fallin and Cindy Hale were honored for their 15 years of service.

Getting their 5 year pins were, left to right, Amanda Gonzales, Chad Pinkerton, Toni Everett, front row, Misti Johnson and Claudia Sanchez.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Ann Reed hands out some checks.....

District Attorney Ann Reed was in a generous mood this morning...she gave out $100,000 to the Colorado City Police Department, $20,000 to the Loraine Police Department and another $100,000 to the Mitchell County Sheriff's department. The money is drug forfeiture money that has been confiscated by the law agencies. Not a bad way to start a Monday....

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Promotions at the Police Department....

Chris Pearson tells District Attorney Ann Reed that he's packing his bags and headed for Vidor, Texas. Pearson was praised by Chief Dooley for all of the cases he solved in his two-lus years in Colorado City!

Gung ho Lt. Hale, described by Chief Dooley as the man who has put in more non-paying hours for the department than any man in the history of the Colorado City Police Department!

From left to right, Lt. Cary Hale, Chief Ron Dooley, Sgt. John Bivens and Investigator Adam Davis.

Sgt. Bevins has his new badge pinned on by his wife Haley.

Let them eat cake!

An impressive ceremony was held at the Civic Center recently as several promotions were announced by Police Chief Ron Dooley. Sgt. Cary Hale has been promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Officer John Bevins was promoted to Sergeant. The ceremony was well attended with officers from the Sheriff's Department and DPS, along with family members and District Attorney Ann Reed and her staff were also in attendance. Chief Dooley also announced that Officer Adam Davis was moving up to Investigator. A Plaque was also presented to Detective Chris Pearson, who is moving to Vidor where he will serving in the Police Department there.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Welcome to our new home on the web....

After some problems with pictures on our main site, we have decided to go the blog route so we can have better quality! Stay tuned and bookmark us!