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Wed
21
Sep

Dr. Howard excavating in Evant and appearing at Legacy Plaza Prairie Experience

by Keith hudson 

Dr. Steve Howard, Field Director for the Gault School of Archeological Research and Adjunct Professor at Austin Community College has been coming to our area over the last 2 years studying, surveying and excavating archeological sites on ranches in our area. He is coming back on 2 weekends, September 23 thru 25 and September 30 thru October 2, to continue working at a Clovis site near Evant.

 

Wed
21
Sep

The Richland Springs Report

by Sue Ransom 

Wed
14
Sep

The Bend News

By Jo Price
 
Some folks received a nice shower or two Saturday, but some of the Bend folks missed out completely. The weather has been warm, but still not too bad out except for the humidity. They are promising more rain for the later part of this week. Maybe folks around the Bend will benefit from it. William and Jane Clark babysit their two grandchildren Jordan and Jaylee Messer while their parents along with some other teachers attended a function in San Antonio this past weekend.
 
 
Wed
14
Sep

The Richland Springs Report

By Sue Ransom
 
We’re in a bit of a fluctuating weather pattern right now. I personally am enjoying the break from steamy heat. Saturday and Sunday morning we awakened to 60 degree weather. It didn’t stay cool, but I can stand to start my days in that manner. The rain was hit or miss for the most part. Floyd had about .8 in his gauge, but most others only had .2-.4 inches. Any rain is a blessing and worthy of a quick thank you Lord.
 
 
Wed
07
Sep

2016 San Saba Pecan Jam

San Saba, TX is excited to announce the Entertainment Lineup for the 2016 San Saba Pecan Jam Festival. All Day Live Performances, starting at 12 p.m. include performances from the following Texas musicians: Peregrino of Mason, Darrell Goldman of Houston, The Two Tones, Allen Ray and Southern Comfort of Llano, Sun City of Brownwood, Jonathan Fox Band of Colleyville, and Headliner Kyle Park of Austin at 9 p.m. 
 
 
Wed
07
Sep

Texas setting rainfall records, says Texas A&M State Climatologist

If you think August was a wet month in Texas, pick up your prize. Preliminary totals indicate that August averaged about 5.69 inches of rain statewide, in a tie with 1914 for the wettest August on record, according to figures from the State Climatologist office at Texas A&M University.
 
 
Wed
31
Aug

A Cadet Rant

By Cathy Ledbetter

Wed
31
Aug

Once a Man, Twice a Child

By Dr. Don Newbury

Wed
24
Aug

Who’s the Valley’s favorite candidate? It’s Debatable

By Kevin Slimp´s

Wed
24
Aug

The Richland Springs Report

By Sue Ransom

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