An Eldorado woman was killed Monday night on U.S. 277 when the pickup she was driving left the roadway and overturned near Meador Draw, some eight miles north of Eldorado.
Livestock stock show season brings about travel with trucks, trailers and expensive equipment, which can also lead to unfortunate theft.
(JANUARY 30, 2023) - AEP Texas is preparing for Winter Storm Mara that is predicted to affect parts of the AEP Texas service territory over the next few days, particularly in west and north Texas. …
In more “normal” years, the need for supplemental lawn watering drops from late fall through early spring. That’s because temperatures become cooler, the days are shorter, and rain is more frequent. But that’s not the case this time around.
Members of the Sutton County Commissioners Court met Monday, January 23, 2023, to handle monthly reports, a couple more yearly must-do’s and to hear the 2022 racial profiling report.
The Sutton County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the community for their continued support of local law enforcement. In conjunction with ALERRT the Sutton County Sheriff’s Office …
BY ANNALISA PEREZCHEER SPONSOR The Bronco Cheerleaders traveled to Fort Worth to compete in the UIL Spirit State Championships. The competition is comprised of three categories combined into one three …
BY PASCUAL HERNANDEZCOUNTY EXTENSION AGENT- AG4-H and FFA exhibitors gathered at the Civic Center this past Friday, January 13, 2023 for the annual Sutton County Junior Livestock Show. As always, the …
Texas A&M Forest Service has awarded $522,162 in grants to Texas landowners for the treatment of more than 18,000 acres with prescribed burning.
On Sunday, January 1, 2023 members of the community gathered at the Sutton County Courthouse to witness the swearing in of multiple new leadership terms.
For months now, 4-H and FFA exhibitors have been feeding, training, and developing their livestock projects. Stock show time is right around the corner for Sutton County. Highlights are as follows: The arrival and weigh-in for livestock show will take place on January 12th from 3 to 6 p.m. at the 4-H barns.
As we end the year 2022 the chamber owes a great debt of gratitude to the businesses and individuals who have continually promoted and supported our wonderful community. We would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Members of the Sonora City Council members met Monday, December 19, 2022 to handle a rather light agenda. All members of the council were present besides Councilmen Darrell Barker whom joined via telephone.
While the holidays are a time of joy, they can also be a time of both physical and mental stress. Texas A&M AgriLife experts say managing holiday stress requires setting priorities and avoiding or reducing as many stressors as possible.
The Texas Sheep And Goat Raisers’ Association (TSGRA) held their annual winter meeting at the 4-H Center in San Angelo on Saturday, December 3, 2022. TSGRA, in conjunction with the Texas Section, Society for Range Management, presented the Brockman Ranch with the Outstanding Rangeland Stewardship Award for 2022.
Members of the Sutton County Commissioners Court met Monday, December 12, 2022 for their final meeting of the year. This meeting was also the last for Sutton County Judge Rachel Duran and Sutton County Commissioner Precinct 4 Fred Perez.
On the agenda was a request by the City of Sonora regarding an agreement they have with Loves Truck Stop. Mayor Juanita Gomez was present for the meeting with City Manger via phone. Jim Polonis asked if the city had tried to negotiate the $1.3 million that is owed Loves. Stating that the truck stop is doing very well and that possibly they might be willing to reduce the debt due to the profits that they are seeing.