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Wed
08
Jun

Notes from the Spring Creek Arts Guild

By Cathy Ledbetter

Back in March, my husband had a brilliant idea, at least it turned out to be brilliant. At first, the idea was a tad uncomfortable to me because it involved something new and different. Macy’s idea was that he and I should go on a road trip, just the two of us. He wanted to see the Grand Canyon.
 
Wed
01
Jun

Things are about to get even more Egg-citing in the Valley

By Kevin Slimp´s
 
Iris Long was perplexed. She had just returned home from visiting her sister four hours away, where she realized that egg prices were 19 cents lower than in her hometown of Lennox Valley. A few phone calls to supermarkets and grocery stores in other cities confirmed her suspicion: Egg prices were more than 20 percent higher in her community than anywhere else she had checked. 
 
 
Wed
01
Jun

The Richland Springs Report

By Sue Ransom
 
June is officially here and we are having an incredible weather year. The grass is green, not parched and brown. The temperature is moderate, not hot and dry. Best of all, the rain keeps coming and continues to refresh our land. We are having a blessed year. I hope everyone enjoys their summer. 
 
 
Wed
25
May

The Idle American

By Dr. Don Newbury
 
I clearly remember Christmas Day in 1967, when Paul Crumein his popular daily column featured for three decades in the Dallas Morning News–professed his belief in angels. Oh, he acknowledged demons, too, but this day he wrote of angels. It was a heart-warmer, and his column was applauded so widely by Christians, the newspaper has run it each Christmas Day since.
 
 
Wed
25
May

Gratitude

By Dr. Dennis J. Prutow Sterling
 
Gratitude: the state of being grateful, thankfulness. We owe ultimate gratitude to God. We ought to show Him our thankfulness. Ultimately, our food comes from Him. “He causes the grass to grow for the cattle, and vegetation for the labor of man, so that he may bring forth food from the earth” (Psalm 104:14).
 

 

Wed
18
May

Letter to the Editor

Last week as I was traveling from Coleman to San Saba (my weekly trip to work at the local Heart of Texas Clinic), I noticed my fuel level was running low. I made a quick stop to the Coyote One Stop in Richland Springs to put about $10.00 of fuel in my car. As usual, I was in a hurry- -not paying attention--and put $10.00 diesel in my car rather than gasoline!
 
Wed
18
May

GRAND Parents; Fair Grandparents…

By Dr. Don Newbury

 

Wed
11
May

American Legion to sponsor San Saba student

Submitted by Post Adjutant 

Boys State has been a program of The American Legion since 1935, when it organized to counter the fascist-inspired Young Pioneer Camps at that time. By 1937, the American Legion expanded the program for females and the “Girls State” program was born.

 

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Wed
04
May

The Richland Springs Report

By Sue Ransom

Wed
04
May

Doug's Doorstep

By Doug Suggs

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