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Wed
07
May

Scottish Rite Club to meet next Tuesday

The San Saba Scottish Rite Club will hold its quarterly stated meeting on Tuesday, May 13th at the Lodge hall in San Saba. A meal of BBQ brisket & sausage will be provided. Supper will be served at 6:30 P.M. Members are
asked to provide a complimentary covered side dish, bread, salad or dessert. All Masons and their guests are invited. 
 
Wed
30
Apr

Bake Sale and Fundraiser reminder

The Masonic Bodies of Order of Eastern Star (OES), San Saba Scottish Rite Club and San Saba Masonic Lodge No. 612, will hold their annual Fish Fry – Bake Sale on Thursday May 1st. Each year at this time, the
Masonic community comes together to raise funds for the Lamar Medal Scholarship Fund & Seniors Banquet. 
 
Wed
30
Apr

Veterans Benefit Fair in Kerrville

A come-and-go Veterans Benefit Fair will be held on Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 17, from 9:00a.m. until noon at the Hill Country Veterans Center, 411 Meadowview Lane, Kerrville, TX. All veterans, dependents, survivors
and friends are invited to this free event 
 
Wed
23
Apr

San Saba Garden Club May Yard of the Month

There are many homes with gorgeous blooming flowers right now. Irises in a multitude of colors are blessing many yards. However, this month our committee has decided to select the new islands around the courthouse square as our “Yard of the Month.” They are filled with snapdragons, dianthus, salvia and blue sage.

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Wed
16
Apr

IRS renews phone scam warning

The IRS today renewed its Oct. 2013 warning about a pervasive phone scam that continues to target people across the nation, including recent immigrants. The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration called it
the largest scam of its kind. As of March 20, TIGTA reported that it has received reports of over 20,000 contacts related to this scam. TIGTA also stated that thousands of victims have paid over $1,000,000 to fraudsters
claiming to be from the IRS 
 
Wed
16
Apr

Edwards honored by Hill Country Area Crime Stoppers

Hill Country Area Crime Stoppers honored Constable “BILL” William D Edwards with a plaque during their regular March 31, 2014 meeting at the Kingsland Water Supply Corporation’s office (thank you KWS).
 
Wed
09
Apr

Jason Carson offering classes at this year's Performance Talent Boot Camp

Jason Carson is a musician from Nashville, TN. He has been in the entertainment industry from a young age. In the early 1990s he starred as a cast member for The Disney Channel’s New Mickey Mouse Club. From 
there he moved to Nashville and became a lead singer for the country band Shiloh where he enjoyed a regional number 1 song in the southern California country music market with “You’re The Reason.” As a member of Shiloh, Jason toured with and opened for various recording artists including Brad Paisley, Kenny Rogers, the Marshall Tucker Band and REO Speedwagon. As a song-writer, Jason has enjoyed the success of a number 1 song in the   Australian country music Market  with song “Feel The Rain” which was recorded by Australian artist, Sara Kay. 
 
Wed
09
Apr

The Richland Springs Report

The Richland Springs Report April 9, 2014. It wasn’t a flood, it wasn’t a deluge, but it was a welcomed dab of rain. The flowers will benefit from it and perhaps some of the grasses. I’m not too sure about the big trees and
the crops. We will have to pray harder for a good rain 
 
Wed
02
Apr

Gary Talley to offer classes during 7th Annual Performance Talent Boot Camp

In 1967, while still an infant, Gary Talley began his career as lead guitarist for the Grammynominated group, The Box Tops. Their “blue-eyed soul” hits like “The Letter,” and “Cry Like a Baby” hit the charts like a tornado,
selling millions of copies, and they continue to sweep across the country on radio stations today 
 
Wed
02
Apr

Sexual Predator receives two consecutive life sentences

Judge Dan Mills of the 424th District Court handed down 2 consecutive life sentences for Brian Taylor on Tuesday after a jury found Taylor guilty of two counts of indecency with a child by contact. Since Taylor had previously been convicted of sexual abuse of a child in the state of Illinois, the jury's guilty verdicts triggered mandatory life sentences on each count. Judge Mills stacked the sentences, ensuring that the 37- year-old Taylor will not be eligible for parole for approximately 70 years.
 

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