BY JOE N. BROWN
If you want some fresh pasta imported from New York or some buffalo mozzarella imported from Italy, you can find them and wines to match at Jimmy’s Food Store at the corner of Bryan and Fitzhugh in
BY DR. DON NEWBURY
The current standing/kneeling/sitting controversy--played out by a sliver of our population but on the minds of most Americans--seems to have no end.
Guadalupe N. Jimenez answered God’s call for peace and rest in Him surrounded by family, October 24, 2017, on the anniversary of her son Ernesto’s passing.
An explanation as to the where abouts of a set of scales, once located at a public dump site managed by the City of Sonora, adds up to a sales transaction approved by members of a previous city cou
Sonora ISD’s board of trustees approved upgrading internet service at the elementary and middle school campuses to a more efficient fiber optic technology during their regular meeting Wednesday, Oc
Due to early voting, the Sutton County Commissioners met in the courtroom of the Sutton County Courthouse for their regular meeting Monday, October 23, 2017 to discuss and approve agenda items incl
In the aura of the season, the Eaton Hill Nature Center & Preserve in Sonora will be hosting an entertaining event entitled HAUNT THE HILL on Saturday, October 28th.
BY DR. BRUCE WINDERS
We arrived in Gilmer the day before I was to keynote the all service club luncheon to kickoff the activities surrounding Yamboree, one of the largest festivals in Texas.
There are 7.5 billion people in the world. That’s 75 followed by eight zeros. A billion is hard for the average mind to fathom. One billion is equivalent to a thousand millions.
Sutton County voters begin Early Voting Monday, October 23, 2017, for the November 7th Special Election.