It is no secret that the Sonora Broncos and Ozona Lions are long-time rivals on the field.   Despite their opposition Head Coach David T. Sine said he is looking forward to the new season and Friday's upcoming game.   "We are extremely excited about... more
Comfort Inn employees Angie Torres and Laura Garza greet Sonora Police Officer, Gabriel Arredondowith waffles and coffee during a special Community Thank You event Friday, August 19th.    | COURTESY PHOTO
The Lady Broncos varsity players took the court to represented the mighty Bronco Nation in a volley battle against the Lady Cranes on Friday, August 12th in Sonora.  
Area youth enjoyed “The Whole Enchilada.” the theme for this year’s annual Sutton County 4-H Awards Banquet, on Monday, August 15th, at the Sutton County Civic Center.  
Instead of picking up a football and heading to practice, the Varsity Bronco football players picked up shovels, rakes and weed cutters for a day of working out and clearing the landscape around Leroy and Beverly Brown’s home in Sonora on Friday,... more
While continuing more than a century of the Bloodworth family legacy, ranching in Sutton county, Lee Bloodworth is creating his own legacy as a silversmith.   

Joe C. Perez

Joe C. Perez 81,  of San Saba, passed away on Wednesday August, 10, 2016 in Llano.
 
Perez was born on September 6, 1934 to Crispin and Lupe Perez, in Brady.

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