Delton Childers pays it forward to his best friend suffering from medical condition.
Archer City's chief of police, Joe Burton, has been battling stage 4 colon cancer for the past two years. A benefit in his honor today was put together in order to raise funds to send him to MD Anderson in Houston for treatment.
A benefit is planned this weekend for Archer City Police Chief, Joe Burton, to help fund his trip to Houston for his second battle in nearly two years with stage 4 cancer.
The Fourth of July will sparkle with fireworks in Archer County this year.
While city officials work to conserve water, students in Archer City are trying to do their part.
UPDATE: Law enforcement officers continue their search for a man they say kidnapped and sexually assaulted a Texoma woman on Monday morning.
The City of Archer City has entered stage five water restrictions.
He may be graduating from high school this month, but already he's entering the political ring.
The Special Olympics brings out the best in the competitors.
The annual City Wide Clean Up for the City of Archer City is scheduled for Monday, April 28th through Sunday May 4th.
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.