Getting the most use of the water we get naturally is one of the goals of a new water and energy efficient housing development in Archer County.
A wild hog cook-off will help Archer County volunteer fire departments raise money.
Pat Bryan cleared to accompany a crew on emergency calls.
After graduation a senior at Archer City High School plans to represent his community, by becoming Mayor.
After almost three decades, Crime Stoppers hopes new information will finally surface that could help solve Archer City's only unsolved murder.
A Texoma town that's been the back drop for two movies is trying to put itself back on the map.
Archer County Commissioners Court orders burn ban for thirty days.
A young man who died a week ago in a four vehicle car crash on the Kell West Freeway chose to give life to others after he passed.
Another Texoma town is now under stage four water restrictions.
Starting December 2nd, Archer City will join Wichita Falls, Burkburnett, Iowa Park, and Holliday in implementing the highest stage of drought restrictions.
Archer City Country Club has turned to saved water to keep their greens watered.
A special send off and birthday party held for World War II veteran on Purple Heart Day.
DPS troopers say the driver of a white pick-up hit and killed a man in Archer County last night and left the scene.
Hundreds of Texomans hit the streets of Archer City for the town's Annual Rodeo that was a part of the weekend's festivities.
Archer ISD School Board voted and will allow approved personnel to carry firearms.
Two men were injured when a flash flame ignited while they were working in an oil field.
Unsolved homicides are often the plot of popular TV shows, movies, and books as they provide gripping story lines, but for the real-life families who lost their loved ones, the road to solving a cold case is long and painful.
Archer County Lieut. Simon Dwyer says the items were found during a traffic stop Friday.
Archer County Folks are "Dog-gedly" Determined to Conquer Cancer !
Proceeds from a Sunday lunch will help Jim Loftis and his family with his mounting medical bills.