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Broncos Defeat Junction Eagles in a Two Game Matchup

Broncos Knock off Eagles on Martinez's Walk-off Single In what has to be one of the wildest games of the season, Friday, March 24, 2023, the Broncos staved off an 11-run 3rd inning by Junction to win in extra innings off of Jacob Martinez's walk-off single in the bottom of the 8th!

Officers Feared the Uvalde Gunman’s AR-15

Officers responding to the May 24 shooting at Robb Elementary School concluded that immediately confronting the gunman would be too dangerous because he was using an AR-15, a new review of previously unreleased interviews, body camera footage and emergency communications has revealed.

Will Carver Day Set for April 1

The Sonora City Council met in regular session Monday evening at City Hall. The meeting was presided over by Mayor Juanita Gomez and City Manager Art Fuentes. All council members were present.

Ozona Mourns the Loss of Loved Ones After Accident on Monday

A multiple vehicle accident killed several people Monday night, including a local grandmother and granddaughter.
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Sammie Jeanne Allison Espy
Sammie Jeanne (Allison) Espy, 94, passed away at Shannon Medical Center in San Angelo on March 11, 2023 after a brief illness.
Elizabeth ‘Dale’ Riedale West Eubank
Elizabeth “Dale” Riedale West Eubank of Bandera, Texas went to be with the Lord in Heaven at 3:03am on Friday, March 3, 2023. She peacefully crossed over taking the hand of Gene, her husband of 58 years, and went with him into Heaven. Dale is finally at rest in the arms of our loving Lord and Savior Jesus Christ after a hard and courageous battle against numerous health issues.
John King Brittain
John King Brittain, 86, of Eastland, Texas passed away Tuesday, January 31, 2023, at Eastland Memorial Hospital. John was born July 21, 1936, in Wakita, Oklahoma to Claude and Caroline King Brittain.
Spring Break Keeps Athletes Busy
No rest for the athletes during Spring Break.
Sonora Varsity Tennis Duos Bring Home Top Spots
The Broncos competed in Fort Stockton on February 24, 2023 with the varsity
Track Season Is Off to a Running Start
Track season kicked off at home this past week as middle school and high school athletes took turns competing on Thursday, February 23rd and Saturday February 25, 2023.
Broncos Bring Home Bronze From Ozona Tourney
BY DANNY VILLANUEVAHEAD BASEBALL COACHGame 1: Sonora-9 Kermit-1The Sonora Bronco baseball team defeated the Kermit Yellowjackets in their first tournament matchup Thursday, February 23, 2023 with a …
Catching Up With Sonora Powerlifters
Sonora High School kicked off a series of powerlifting meets on Saturday, January 14, 2023 in McCamey.. Sonora Broncos and Lady Broncos each had six lifters. Over all, the girls finished in …
Concho Valley
SAGHS to Host Program on Genealogical Research Guides
On April 4, 7:00 p.m., the San Angelo Genealogical and Historical Society (SAGHS) Speaker Series features “Research Guides: A Key to More Exhaustive Research,” presented by Lori Thornton. Research guides describe available locality- or topic-specific resources.
Phillips to Speak at ADACCV Spring Luncheon on April 27th
The Alcohol & Drug Awareness Center for the Concho Valley (ADACCV) is thrilled to announce that Mackenzie Phillips will be the keynote speaker at ADACCV’s 6th Annual Spring Luncheon, which …
O.H. Ivie Lake Yields Yet Another Massive Largemouth Bass
O.H. Ivie Lake continued adding to its record run of sizable largemouth bass on Wednesday, March 15th with its 14th Legacy Class fish of the 2023 Toyota ShareLunker collection season. Ryan Muhlig of …
Lone Star State

Historic Alpine Ghost Tours Scheduled April 13-15

The award-winning Historic Alpine Ghost Tours are back April 13-15. Now in the fourth season, the historic walking tours are scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. and will include a “spooky cocktail” courtesy of Reata Alpine.

Tech Savvy Scammers Use A.I. to Enhance Family Emergency Hoaxes

You get a call. There’s a panicked voice on the line. It’s your grandson. He says he’s in deep trouble — he wrecked the car and landed in jail. But you can help by sending money. You take a deep breath and think. You’ve heard about grandparent scams. But darn, it sounds just like him. How could it be a scam? Voice cloning, that’s how.

Amarillo-Area Woman Ordered Not to Practice Midwifery Without A License

AUSTIN – On March 21, 2023, Travis County District Court Judge Maria Cantú Hexsel issued a Temporary Injunction prohibiting Leah Hernandez from practicing midwifery without a license and …

First Texas Case of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Detected in Skunk Near Amarillo

AUSTIN- The National Veterinary Services Laboratories (NVSL) confirmed this week the presence of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in a striped skunk recovered from Carson County.This is the …
Bang for the buck: How USD exchange rates have changed for 10 major travel destinations
If you're itching to get back to international travel, consider how the U.S. dollar compares with local currencies, thanks to data from TravelPerk.
20 failed celebrity business ideas
Stacker compiled a comprehensive list of 20 celebrity businesses that failed within three years.
Una vida sin límites a pesar del diagnóstico de una rara enfermedad
(BPT) - Gregg Harper, defensor del paciente y ex congresista estadounidense, habla sobre la trayectoria de su familia ante el síndrome del cromosoma X frágil, y analiza la importancia …
The future of aviation is driven by innovation across passenger well-being, sustainability and beyond
(BPT) - The aviation industry drives around 5% of U.S. GDP — the equivalent of $1.25 trillion in 2022. The industry creates innovative and rewarding roles for some 8 million people across the …
Highest-paying jobs that don't require a degree
College isn't for everyone, so Stacker used Bureau of Labor Statistics data to find the 50 highest-paying jobs that don't require a college degree.