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The Sonora Broncos changed the narrative for thier opponent Jim Ned forcing them to give up the win and their perfect season record after a 32-28 victory over the Indians, September 22, 2017 at In
Following the close of a second public hearing, the Sutton County Hospital Board of Directors voted 4-2 to approve a tax increase for the 2017-2018 Fiscal Year, as proposed, during a special meetin
JUNCTION – State Representative Andrew Murr announced this week that he will seek a third term in the Texas House. First elected in 2014, Rep.
Many of us desire a tall pecan tree which will add beauty to the landscape, provide shade, and supply us with pecans.
While I was ranching in southern Pecos County, actually on the Block 156, the old Diamond Bar, I had some hereford cows.
Just after midnight on July 30, 1945 a Japanese torpedo struck the battleship USS Indianapolis in the Philippine Sea. The ship sank in twelve minutes. Nearly twelve hundred men were onboard.
A phone used to be a phone and nothing more – except for maybe a paperweight. Now our “phones” are multi-taskers of the unlimited kind.
Taking a minute to reflect on the events of 911, Sutton County Commissioners began their regular meeting Monday, September 11, 2017, with a special prayer and tribute to the American flag, before m
After reviewing and discussing, at length, all options for continued employee health coverage, the Sutton County Hospital District Board of Trustees approved to continue coverage through Blue Cross
The start of the school year also marks the start of the 4-H year.
Though the program has much to offer, it is a good place for outdoor types.
About fifteen years ago I had a call from a woman who was writing an article for a major magazine about Mrs. Constance Wolf of Bluebell, Pennsylvania.