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Members of the Sutton County Commissioners court met Monday, November 28, 2022 to handle a short agenda.

The Sonora Broncos varsity football team had their 2022 season come to a conclusion on Saturday night in San Angelo. The final score in the Region 1-2A Division 1 playoff game against the now 13-0 Hawley Bearcats was 57-26.

With Thanksgiving Day upon us, we must talk Turkey- it’s in the spotlight. Let’s begin with a few facts about the wild kind and then talk about domestic turkey.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared a meat product for human consumption that is grown in a laboratory from animal cells, the regulatory agency announced on Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Auto body shops and glass repair firms report receiving hundreds of calls from people with glass and paint damage sustained on U.S. 277 south of San Angelo. Highway contractor Ronald R. Wagner & Company, LP of Kendalia, Texas carried out seal coating work on long stretches of the highway in September. About a month ago the oil & gravel surface began disintegrating with the first damage appearing just north of the Schleicher/Tom Green County line, south of Christoval.

For the third consecutive week, Sonora’s opponent was picked to be the winner. Last week the Farwell Steers were picked as three to six point favorites. Even the Farwell coach stated that his Steers would advance to the next round. After the football game at Big Spring’s Memorial Stadium, they went to the local Whataburger licking their wounds and shaking their heads. All the Bronco offense had to do was score three touchdowns and the aggressive, swarming defense took care of the rest.

A strong earthquake centered some 23 miles south of Mentone in remote West Texas, is being cited as the cause of damage in San Antonio, some 340 miles away, according to officials with University …

On Friday and Saturday, November 11 and 12, 2022 two of our own cowboys and cowgirls were inducted into the All-Cowboy & Arena Championship Hall of Fame. Sherry Altizer Ingham was awarded for her barrel racing career and Olie Smith was recognized for his career in steer wrestling.

The Sutton County Sheriff’s Office recently hosted “SORD,” Single Officer Rapid Deployment Active Shooter training. Multiple agencies attended the two-day training presented by Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training, ALERRT, and Texas State University. Agencies included Sutton County Sheriff’s Office, TXDPS, Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Wardens, Reagan County Sheriff’s Office, Tarrant County Constables, and Austin Police Department.

On Thursday, November 3, 2022, Sonora ISD school personnel Sandy Wellmann, Brittany Welborn and Michael Kissire proudly accepted Sonora Secondary’s National Blue Ribbon Award.

Mack Altizer of Bad Company rodeo was recently honored at the Legacy of the West Gala as the western industry’s “Trailblazer” for his lifetime vision and hard work in helping to change the sport of rodeo for the better.

The Sutton County Commissioners met on Thursday, October 27, 2022 with a purpose of general housekeeping and discussing mitigation.

With county offices being closed for Columbus Day on Monday, the Sutton County Commissioners met on Tuesday, October 11, 2022 to hear monthly reports and give approval for employment advertising.

The 10th Annual Dry Devil’s River Music Flood was a great time had by all. With over 600 people in attendance, the Sutton County Park was the happening place to be.

It was truly an all-around lovely day as friends and visitors from near and far gathered to celebrate Eaton Hill’s 20th year of stewardship as a preserve and nature center.

Sutton County Commissioners met Monday, September 26, 2022 to handle a rather light agenda and appoint a new sheriff.

The Sutton County Health Foundation will hold its only money raising project, the annual Fish Fry, on Sunday, October 2, 2022.

Sutton County Commissioners met on Monday, September 12, 2022 to vote on a proposed tax rate.

Deer season is just around the corner. There will be thousands of hunters in the field in pursuit of a white-tailed deer. But before going to deer camp, there are two things to keep in mind- safety and the law.

AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott today announced the adoption of the Texas Department of Transportation's (TxDOT) 2023 Unified Transportation Program (UTP), advancing a record $85 billion, 10-year statewide roadway construction plan. The 2023 UTP reflects an unprecedented level of projected transportation funding dedicated to improving transportation safety, addressing congestion and rural connectivity, and preserving roadways for Texas drivers.

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