The recent snow and icy weather may be a headache to most, but it has a silver lining.
The annual Knights of Columbus German Sausage Meal has been rescheduled.
The Knights of Columbus in Scotland are hosting their annual German sausage meal Sunday.
A look at the top stories from the week.
Unemployment numbers continue to fall in Texas and Texoma.
Archer County Commissioners Court orders burn ban for thirty days.
Archer County authorities say they have no indication there was foul play involved in connection with a body discovered Wednesday in a metal building owned by Lakeside City.
This marks the 63rd year for Windthorst's annual German sausage meal, which benefits the Knights of Columbus.
Lois Luig was killed in January while jogging in Scotland.
Billy Jack Stevens Sr. was found dead in April.
While the government has never denied existence of another high-tech military installation right here in Texoma, many residents remain in the dark about the Air Force Kickapoo Space Surveillance Station in Archer County.
DPS troopers say Jarrod Bruce Smith is charged with failure to stop and render aid.
DPS troopers say the driver of a white pick-up hit and killed a man in Archer County last night and left the scene.
A high speed chase Saturday ends with arrests.
Two men were injured when a flash flame ignited while they were working in an oil field.
Billy Stevens St. was found dead April 23.
Authorities in Young County say they've dissolved a multi-county burglary ring and have uncovered more than half-a-million dollars worth of stolen property.
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.
An early morning chase that started in Archer County ends with a man in handcuffs in Wichita Falls.