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BY LAURA MUNTEAN TEXAS A&M AGRILIFE With six years since the last solar eclipse, state officials are warning Texans to prepare for the Oct. 14 event as it is expected to draw thousands to the Lone Star State. The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service’s Disaster Assessment Recovery, DAR, unit, along with state emergency preparedness officials, urge individuals to be mindful of increased traffic and resources leading up to and the day of the event.

Sutton County Republican Women

The Sutton County Republican Women will meet Thursday, September 21st at noon. The meeting will be held at the Watering Hole located at the Sonora Golf Club (1612 Golf Course Road). Sutton County Republican Women is a part of the Texas Federation of Republican Women which provides the structure and support for women to influence policy, develop candidates, and elect leaders of Texas. Sutton County Women’s group is also a place to learn, share, and meet many dynamic speakers and friends.

Hospital Board Again Considers Methodist Deal

With over 60 people in attendance, the Sutton County Hospital District board of directors met at the Civic Center with one topic of most concern, the Methodist Rural Health Management …

What to Know About 2023 Dry Devil's River Music Flood

The 11th Annual Dry Devil’s River Music Flood is just little over week away, Saturday, September 23, 2023. This year’s event will be held in the grassy area at the Sutton County Park.
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Juan “Gabriel” Espinosa
Juan "Gabriel" Espinosa, beloved husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, friend, and hardworking member of the community, passed away on September 14, 2023, in his hometown of Sonora, Texas.
Hector Sanchez
Hector was called home by our Heavenly Father on Tuesday September 12, 2023. He was 75.
Dr. Alma Sánchez Pérez
On September 11, 2023, Alma Sánchez Pérez, of San Angelo, was called home by our Heavenly Father at the age of 78.
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Waste Water Permit Invitation for Bids Wrecker Service 2nd Notice
Cross Country Teams Compete at Local Golf Course
Sonora hosted their annual cross country meet on Wednesday, August 30, 2023. Varsity girls and boys along with JV girls finished in first place. The JV boys finished in a close second.
Broncos Dominate Ballinger on the Road
It was another electric atmosphere in the longtime rivalry matchup between the Ballinger Bearcats (3A D2) and the Sonora Broncos (2A D1). Ballinger fans packed their stands and lined the fences only to witness their Bearcats get overpowered by Sonora 46-12.
2023 Varsity Football Season Kicks Off Friday
The Sonora Broncos varsity football season kicks off this Friday night at 7 PM on the road against the 3A Div 2 Ballinger Bearcats. Last year Sonora defeated the Bearcats (1-9 in 2022) in the home opener 29-7.
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SAGHS 50th Anniversary
The San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society (SAGHS) is excited to announce its return to in-person meetings after three years of virtual gatherings due to the pandemic.
ASU News: Rambunctious Week to Welcome Students to Campus
Angelo State University will kick off the 2023 fall semester with its annual Rambunctious Week, Aug. 23-27, featuring a wide variety of activities designed to welcome students to campus and help new students begin making the transition to college life.
SAGHS Offers Beyond Basic Genealogy
Are you familiar with basic skills in genealogy? Ready to learn more websites to try to find those relatives? It might be time to take the next step in your learning curve. Lisa Mahler, a board member of the San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society, will teach a class from on Saturday, September 16th from 1-4 pm in the computer lab at the Stephens Central Library in San Angelo
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Governor Calls Another Special Legislative Session for October

Gov. Greg Abbott has called a third special session, this time about school choice, for next month. He is promising retribution for lawmakers who oppose his move to enact school vouchers in Texas, the Texas Tribune reported.

Texas A.G. Ken Paxton Acquitted on All Impeachment Charges

Ken Paxton has been reinstated as Texas Attorney General after the Texas Senate on Saturday acquitted him of charges of bribery and misuse of office. Only two Republican senators joined the 12 Democrats in voting to convict him of some of the 16 charges heard by the Senate, with four other charges dismissed by the Senate, The Dallas Morning News reported.

CWD Detected in Kimble Co. Deer Breeding Facility

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) received confirmation of a case of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in a deer-breeding facility in Kimble County, marking the second such detection in a …

DPS Names First Female Texas Ranger Major in History

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) announces the promotion of Texas Ranger Captain Wende O. Wakeman to the rank of major, making her the first female Ranger major in the organization’s …
No se deje engañar por una voz conocida: puede ser una 'Estafa a los abuelos'
(BPT) - Es posible que haya oído hablar de adultos mayores engañados que envían dinero a alguien que creen que es un nieto u otro familiar en problemas y se inclinó a …
Survey Finds Pizza is a Popular Choice for Breakfast
(BPT) - Casey’s, the third-largest U.S. convenience store retailer and fifth-largest pizza chain, is sharing new survey data that pizza is a popular choice for breakfast among U.S. adults. …
Trends in AI ethics before and after ChatGPT
Artificial intelligence is disrupting the world, including by creating ethical dilemmas. Magnifi, an AI investing platform, analyzed complaints collected by AIAAIC to see how AI concerns have grown over the last decade.
Give a Personalized Gift Like No Other
(Family Features) Now you can take personalized gifts to a new level in celebration of special moments like birthdays, holidays, engagements, graduations, weddings and more.
Controversial songs from the year you were born
Stacker celebrates history's most boundary-pushing—and thereby controversial—songs from 1930 through today.