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.
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.
The tenth ranked Sonora Broncos stayed undefeated with a 39-13 dominating victory over longtime rival Eldorado Friday night on the road at Larry Mitchel Stadium. The two schools first met in 1922. This 101st year of the rivalry really delivered. The Broncos poured on 570 yards of offense and scored 26 unanswered points when the heat of the day finally started to subside.
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 …
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.
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.
Dove season has started in much of the state and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department urges Texans to help protect the lands and natural resources we all love during the upcoming dove hunting season by being mindful of activities that may cause a wildfire.
It was an electric atmosphere at Bronco Stadium for the 2023 home opener between the 1-0 Coahoma Bulldogs and the 1-0 Sonora Broncos. Sonora fans, players and coaches alike had circled this game on the calendar after the Bulldogs upset the Broncos (10-3) 31-27 a year ago.
The Texas Rangers are investigating an officer involved shooting that occurred in Sonora, according to Texas DPS Sergeant Justin Baker, the department’s public information officer in San Angelo.
The Sutton County Sheriff's Office extends its gratitude to all the participants and volunteers who played an integral role in ensuring the success of the 1st Annual Sutton County Sheriff’s Office Benefit Golf Tournament.
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.
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.
Delaney Ramsdell, a 2018 Sonora High School graduate, who went on to attend Belmont University in Nashville, TN completed her BA degree in Songwriting with a minor is Music Business.
With the warm winds of August stirring the Texas landscape, Sonora is alive with palpable excitement. The town is gearing up for a milestone celebration — the 50th Anniversary of the Sonora Outlaw Rodeo and Sutton County Days. From August 11-12, 2023, residents and visitors alike will converge at the iconic Sutton County Fair Grounds, a locale that has witnessed half a century of rodeo traditions.
The I-27 Numbering Act of 2023 (S.992) sponsored by U.S. Senator Ted Cruz and co-sponsored by Senators John Cornyn (R-TX), Martin Heinrich (NM), and Ben Ray Luján (D-NM) to formally name the …
Sonora’s very own Sutton County Rodeo Arena has unveiled a comprehensive set of equipment upgrades, funded through sales tax revenues accrued from purchases made within the city. The development is significant in a state where tourism and travel contribute substantially to the economy.