The Schleicher County ISD board of trustees met Monday evening, January 8th, and voted to accept the resignation of trustee Lupe Sanchez, who is leaving her position after 21 years. The trustees also voted to accept the resignation of middle school science teacher Dawn Whitten, effective at the end of the school year.

Schleicher County Commissioners met Monday, January 8th and voted to approve an amendment to a tax abatement agreement for the Mittel Rockerfeller Solar Project proposed for the northern part of the county.

EHS cheerleaders Addie Triplett and Heidi Estrada performed in the New Year’s Day Parade in London, England as part of the Varsity Spirit All-American cheerleading squad. Members of the squad …

The Eldorado City Council met Monday evening, January 8th and decided to hold a public hearing so they can increase the stipend that council members are paid for attending meetings, as well as extending the time council members can receive reduced price utilities.

Michelle Gonzales, 52, of Carlsbad, was killed Friday, November 22, 2023 in an apparent murder/suicide that also took the life of her estranged husband, Randy Gonzales, 58.

The West Texas Weather Modification Association, or Weather Mod for short, is losing its key rain enhancer, meteorologist Jonathan Jennings, as of Jan. 12, 2024. He has accepted a job overseeing cloud seeding operations for the State of Utah’s Department of Natural Resources.

The Schleicher County Appraisal District this week released its list of top taxpayers, both in the county as well as within the City of Eldorado.

The 89th annual Schleicher County Junior Livestock and Food Show was held Saturday, December 16th at the Schleicher County Civic Center.

Eldorado Middle School placed fourth in the UIL Academic Meet it hosted on Wednesday, December 6th with an overall score of 609 points.

Local FFA and 4-H members competed in the first annual Schleicher County Futurity Wool Judging Contest on Friday, December 15th at the Schleicher County Civic Center.

It is time again for the 89th Schleicher County Jr. Livestock Show. The event will be held on Friday and Saturday, December 15th and 16th at the Schleicher County Civic Center.

The filing deadline for public office passed on Monday with five incumbents, including four Republicans and one Democrat filing for reelection. Only one challenger has emerged, who intends to run as an independent.

The Schleicher County ISD board of trustees met Monday evening, December 11th and voted to accept the resignation of elementary teacher Clara Rudewick, effective at the end of the year. She will be moving to Rotan where her husband and former Eldorado Elementary principal, Michael Rudewick, was hired as hired as Rotan ISD’s superintendent of schools.

An Christmas parade is planned in Eldorado for 7 p.m. on Friday, December 22, 2023

Max Pina shared his wish list with Santa Claus on Friday, December 8th, as the jolly old elf made his annual appearance at the Schleicher County Nursing Home. Santa flew in from the North Pole just …

Schleicher County Commissioners met Monday, December 11th and received county’s annual audit report for fiscal year 2022 as presented by accountant Keith Neffendorf of Fredericksburg.

Local flutists auditioned recently for the Association of Texas Small School Bands (ATSSB) honor band selections.

The Eldorado City Council held a short meeting at 12 noon on Monday, December 11th and heard from civil engineer Tom Brown with MRB Group in Austin. He updated the council on water system improvements.

Radio personality and newspaper columnist Tumbleweed Smith visited with Jo and Bob Parker when he was in Eldorado in October. Jo Parker will also be featured on the December 28th broadcast of his …

As the 20th century neared its end in 1995, Ismail Serageldin, former vice president of the World Bank, famously said, “The wars of the next century will be about water.”

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