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Two former Schleicher County Independent School District (SCISD) employees, former teacher Abby Ramos and former teaching aide Ruben Tambunga, are facing separate charges of Improper Relationship …

Students from the Eldorado High School Mighty Eagle Band performed at the Association of Texas Small School Bands Region 6 Concert on Saturday, January 14th at Big Spring High School. Milette …

Minnie Love of Eldorado gave a presentation on animal rescue to members of the Eldorado Woman’s Club on Tuesday, January 10th. She outlined the …

Texas A&M Forest Service has awarded $522,162 in grants to Texas landowners for the treatment of more than 18,000 acres with prescribed burning.

Civil engineer Tom Brown had bad news for the Eldorado City Council Monday night as he told them that lead-based paint on the city’s ground storage water tank would likely make it cost prohibitive to continue with their plans to paint the structure. It was noted that coating on the inside of the tank contains no lead and is no danger to the public.

The Schleicher County Public Library received a $38,000 emergency connectivity grant the end of October 2022. Library Director Michele Bischoffberger has been working with Premier Wireless to set up the new devices and internet service the library will be receiving.

The Schleicher County ISD board of trustees met Monday evening, January 9th, and voted to accept the resignation of Superintendent Robert Gibson and Eldorado Elementary Principal Perry Graves, effective at the end of the school year.

Rumors swirled around Eldorado and on social media in recent weeks about a teacher/coach having an inappropriate relationship with a high school student.

The Sonora Police Department issued a scam alert on Wednesday, January 28, 2022, concerning callers (male or female) who claim they are with the Sonora Police Department Association Fundraiser.

The Plateau Underground Water Conservation & Supply District board of directors met Thursday, December 29th for their final meeting of 2022.

The 88th annual Schleicher County Junior Livestock and Food Show was held Saturday, December 17th at the Schleicher County Civic Center. The stock show judge was Phillip Allan, an agriculture teacher from Bordon County.

Eldorado High School band students competed at the ATTSB Region 6 Band auditions on Saturday, Dec. 10 at Greenwood High School. They were recognized during the annual Christmas Band Concert held …

2022 Eldorado Middle School UIL awards ceremony was held in the Eldorado High School Auditorium on Thursday, December 16th. Students in grades 6-8 competed at the District UIL Academic Meet in Ozona …

Santa Claus is planning a personal appearance in Eldorado on Friday, December 16th, at the Schleicher County Medical Center complex on North U.S. Highway 277.

Eldorado Middle School and High School bands will be performing their annual Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 15th at the EHS auditorium. The event, an Eldorado tradition, will get underway at 6:30 p.m. There is no admission charge and the public is invited.

It is time again for the Schleicher County Jr. Livestock Show. The show will be held at the Schleicher County Civic Center on Saturday, December 17, 2022. The Food Show judging will start at 9:30 a.m.

Eldorado Elementary students competed at the UIL Academic Meet in Ozona on Saturday, December 10th. They placed 2nd overall with 540 points behind Christoval Elementary with 570 points.

A few dozen individuals connected to the Fundamentalist Church of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) gathered at the Eldorado Cemetery on Saturday, December 10th, apparently to place a new headstone on the grave of Barbara Steed Jessop.

The Schleicher County ISD board of trustees met Monday evening, December 12th and heard an update on the district’s policy regarding length and grooming of student hair. The new policy has no specific language concerning the hair length, Superintendent Robert Gibson noted that it requires student hair to be “neat, well groomed and out of the eyes.”

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