An equipment failure results in Archer City residents having to conserve.
Archer City officials say the city is under a Stage 3 drought emergency.
An Archer City Woman wanted to give back to a local organization for the help they gave to her mother-in-law.
Oncor and other crews have been working around the clock since Wednesday evening to get power restored to residents in Archer and Wichita Counties.
Volunteer fire departments are the backbone of many Texoma communities. With current drought conditions and rising temperatures, firefighters are sure to stay busy as risks of wild fires increase.
The Archer City Police Department is back to at full staff.
You can help stomp out cancer this weekend at a Relay for Life event in Archer County.
Hundreds of people are remembering the life of Archer City Police Chief, Joe Burton.
Monday afternoon, Archer City Police Chief Joe Burton will be laid to rest.
After a long battle with colon cancer, Archer City Police Chief Joe Burton passed away Wednesday night at Hospice in Wichita Falls.
Following the widespread of riots that broke out after the officer involved shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, several Texoma law enforcement agencies have invested in body cameras.
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District 69 Representative James Frank is hosting several town hall meetings in his district this week.
After passing by a narrow margin earlier this month, the Archer City Independent School District improvement bond vote was put to a recount on Wednesday.
After passing by a narrow margin earlier this month, the Archer City Independent School District improvement bond will be put to a recount.
All power is reported restored now to two Texoma cities that experienced electrical outages Monday morning.
One day after Archer City voters narrowly pass a school bond election, school officials are making plans for the future.
While revenues from the wind farm will help pay for a new high school and junior high, members of two groups explain why they're getting the word out on why voters should vote "Yes" or "No."
Archer City officials want their citizens to celebrate Halloween two days earlier than normal.
As the Archer City police chief continues to wage war on cancer and his fight with the deadly disease will soon take him to Dallas.