Easter time is always a busy time and the Eldorado Woman’s club is here to help. The ladies are planning their “Tried and True Never Fail Bake Sale” at Easter this year.
Additional information was released by the Texas Department of Public Safety regarding the traffic accident in Ozona on Monday, March 13th that claimed the life of Maria Alvarez Tambunga, 71, and her …
Schleicher County Commissioners met Monday, March 20th and voted to accept a bid from Fidel Herrera for management of the county swimming pool this summer.
The Eldorado City Council met Monday, March 13th and moved ahead with plans to replace the city’s aging water storage tank, located at the intersection of E. Hill Avenue and N. Pecan Street.
UPDATE: Law enforcement officers searched until dark Wednesday, March 15th, but were unable to locate 8-10 suspected illegal aliens who bailed out of a white Chevrolet Silverado pickup on U.S. 277, some six miles south of Eldorado. The pickup was abandoned Wednesday afternoon south of Plantible Foods after a high-speed chase originating in Sonora.
The 37th annual First Grade Rodeo was held Thursday, March 9th in the Elementary Gym. This year’s rodeo is a first for the new elementary music teacher Justina Saunders.
Eldorado High School One-Act Play cast and crew members were elated to learn they were advancing to the Bi-District One-Act Play contest after winning the District One-Act Play contest on Wednesday, March 8, 2023, in Sterling City.
BY MELISSA PERNER THE OZONA STOCKMAN A multiple vehicle accident killed several people Monday night, including a local grandmother and granddaughter. Maria Tambunga and Emilia Tambunga died at the scene, according to local emergency officials.
Schleicher Cunty was involved in the effort to win World War II with as a number of bombing ranges were constructed in West Texas including four here in the county.
The 2023 Houston Stock Show went spectacularly well for the Parker family and Schleicher County 4-H in the Jr. Breeding Sheep division.
The Eldorado-Divide SWCD recently held it’s annual poster contest where sixth grade students were given the opportunity to submit a poster depicting a common theme which was Water Conservation for 2023.
The Schleicher County ISD board of trustees met Monday evening, March 6th and voted to hire Kristin Sissom to be the elementary principal. She is currently employed as the middle school principal at Crockett County CCSD. The board also voted to accept the resignation of Richard Ramsey. He teaches 7th grade history and was the head girls basketball coach. Sissom’s hiring and Ramsey’s resignation are both effective at the end of the current school year.
Bullies, princesses and peer pressure were the topics mentioned by three Eldorado High School UIL readers who read to members to the Eldorado Woman’s Club Tuesday.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Criminal Investigations Division (CID) assisted in a multi-agency, two-day child exploitation operation on February 24-25 that led to the arrest of nine individuals.
A high-speed chase, originating near Comstock and continuing sporadically through Juno and into Sutton County, took law enforcement officers on a circuitous route through Schleicher County on Tuesday, February 21st, before coming to an end on the Hardesty Ranch, some 10 miles north-northwest of Eldorado.
Someone broke into the overnight payment drop at Eldorado City Hall over the weekend, prying the outside door open to access the contents of the box. A customer noticed the damage on Sunday morning, February 19th, when they went to drop off a utility payment.
Laura Mendez, 40, of Eldorado, pled guilty, to forgery of a financial instrument before 51st District Judge Carmen Dusek, in her San Angelo courtroom on Wednesday, February 15th.
Schleicher County Commissioners conducted a public hearing on Tuesday, February 21st, regarding the creation of a reinvestment zone for the purpose of granting a tax abatement for a proposed solar farm project in the northern part of the county.
The deadline to file for a place on the ballot in city, school, hospital district and water district elections passed on Friday, February 17th. There will be two contested races on the May 6th ballot, one for school board, and another for city council.
The Schleicher County Hospital District board of trustees met Tuesday evening, February 21st, and voted to grant a tax abatement to Mittel Rockefeller Solar LLC for a proposed solar/battery project in northern portion of the county.