The Schleicher County Commissioners Court met Monday, June 26th and voted to reinstate a 90-day county-wide burn ban. Turning to the topic of appraised tax values, Judge Charlie Bradley advised the
In January, at the start of the 85th Legislative Session, Governor Greg Abbott made it clear to members of the House and Senate that improving Child Protective Services and Texas’ foster care progr
The Plateau Underground Water Conservation & Supply District board of directors met at noon on Thursday, June 15th at the Schleicher County Annex.
EHS athletic director and head football coach Michael Johnson invites youngsters in grades 2-6 to attend the Eldorado Eagles Football Skills Camp beginning Monday, June 26th.
Nancy Jo Patton, 79, of College Station, went to be with her Lord on Sunday, June 18, 2017.
Curtis Juul Overby was born August 2, 1939 in Plentywood Montana to John and Ella (Juul) Overby. Curtis passed away on May 27, 2017.
The company behind a proposed $277 million wind farm in northern Schleicher County must obtain financing for the project before construction can begin.
Schleicher County Commissioner Lynn Meador officially announced Monday that he will not be seeking re-election. He explained that he has moved out of Precinct #2.
City Secretary Melissa Truelove administered the oath of office Monday evening to Mayor John Nikolauk who in turn swore in city council members Paul Rebuck, Wayne McGinnes and Danny Halbert as they
James (Jim) Wesley Robinson passed away at his home on Monday, June 12th, surrounded by his family.
On June 12, 2017 Richard Raymond Dickinson Sr. passed away peacefully in his sleep. Richard was born on July 10, 1945.
Applications are currently being accepted from area students for two $2,000 Bob Craig Memorial Scholarships awarded through the West Texas Press Association and the Texas Press Association.