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!
Bryn and Mary Humphrey would like to take this opportunity to thank a very dedicated group of safety-conscious folks who offered donations to help defray the cost of medical supply bags, emergency bailout bags and breaching tool kits for our local law enforcement agencies.
Sonora boys competed in the State Powerlifting meet in Abilene Saturday, March 25th.
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.
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.
A multiple vehicle accident killed several people Monday night, including a local grandmother and granddaughter.
Members of the Sutton County Hospital Board of Directors met Monday, March 13, 2023 to handle a light agenda and to hear the CAH Annual Review 2022 and Utilization Review 2022.
Sutton County Commissioners met Monday, February 27, 2023 for a light agenda and hear about an upcoming search for a missing person.
History came alive at the Sutton County Public Library as the daughters and granddaughter of Edith May Babcock came from all over the United States on Friday, February 24th, 2023 to share stories, pictures, and read aloud a children’s book written about their mothers’ life. This was shared with the students of Sonora Elementary and Intermediate school.
The Sonora City Council met in a special town hall meeting Thursday evening, February 23, 2023, to hear their citizens thoughts on possible changes being made to the waste management services.
On Saturday, February 18th, twelve members of the Mighty Bronco Band competed at the UIL Solo & Ensemble contest at Odessa College. Soloist that memorized their solo or ensembles that received a Superior Rating from their judge, they advance to the state competition set to be held in Austin on Memorial Day.
Texas A&M Forest Service is offering new Volunteer Recruitment Resources grants designed to help Texas volunteer fire departments strengthen their workforce and enhance community fire protection.
Sonora’s Edgar DeLuna was named this week to the Blue Bell/Texas Sports Writers Association’s 2A All-State football team.
Basketball season has come to an end for the Colts and Lady Colts.
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. …