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Wed
20
Jan

Archeologist returns to Central Texas

Dr. Steve Howard from the Gault School of Archaeological Research will again return to the ranch near Evant, Texas to continue excavations there. Work will begin this Friday, January 22 and again on Saturday and Sunday. If you are interested in being involved with this project, you are welcomed to join us.

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Wed
20
Jan

Mirabeau B. Lamar Day, A Salute to Texas' Father of Education

Submitted by San Saba Lodge No. 612 

January 26 is Mirabeau B. Lamar Day, a day to salute the Father of Education in Texas. On that date in 1839, the Republic of Texas Congress passed The Education Act, setting aside land for public schools. It was President Mirabeau B. Lamar, second President of the Republic of Texas from 1838-1841, who successfully argued the importance of public education, and proposed the first actions that laid the foundation for a public school system in Texas.

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Wed
13
Jan

Wiley B. Murray Post to meet Thursday

Submitted by Post Adjutant 

The next American Legion will be Thursday, January 14th. The building will open at 5:30 p.m. and a meal will be served at 6:30 p.m. Members are asked to bring their favorite Chili, Mexican Food and/or other complementary dishes, bread, salad or dessert. Families and guests are invited. After supper, a short program will be provided.

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Wed
13
Jan

TxDOT looking for new owner for Historic Truss

The Texas Department of Transportation is looking to find a new home for a historic steel truss bridge currently located in San Saba County. The bridge, built in 1936, is located on County Road 236 at Richland Creek. The narrow, one-lane structure is neither wide enough nor strong enough to accommodate the large agricultural and commercial vehicles that require access to this farming and ranching area.

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Wed
06
Jan

Roots & Wings: A Quilt Show

You may remember that we have had a quilt show in San Saba the past two Januaries. You may have decided that since you have not seen any posters or heard anything about a quilt show this January, there will be no quilt show. Well, we are not having a show in January, but we ARE having another quilt show in April!! On April first and second, to be exact.

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Wed
06
Jan

U.S. Air Force Band of West to perform in Fredericksburg

Spectrum Winds, a component of the U.S. Air Force Band of the West, will perform here Sunday, Jan. 17, in the fourth of eight 2015-2016 concert season programs hosted by the Fredericksburg Music Club (FMC).

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Wed
30
Dec

San Saba High School

Every year for over 10 years, the San Saba High School Student Council members have donated time and candy to stuff treat bags to go with the presents for the Angels Unaware program sponsored by the San Saba County Child Welfare Board (CWB). Accepting the donation is Dora Miller pictured with Deanne Cromer-StuCo Sponsor, Kassandra Cervantes-StuCo Treasurer, and A.J. Paredez- StuCo Vice President.

 

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Wed
30
Dec

Damming the Colorado River: An Update

By Bob Davis

In the spring of 2015 this paper ran a series of five articles about the proposed dam on the Colorado River. Below is an update focusing on the thus-far successful efforts to delay and perhaps avoid construction of a 20- ft. tall dam downstream of the Highway 16 bridge between Goldthwaite and San Saba. The dam would create a 9-mile long lake and reduce downstream flows on the Colorado. The application for the TCEQ permit was submitted by the O.P. Leonard family of Ft. Worth.

 

Wed
23
Dec

Pecan Valley Healthcare Residence Staff Christmas Party

by George Thompson

The scene was festive with the trappings of the season displayed on walls and doors throughout the facility as Thursday, December 17, began as another busy day at Pecan Valley Healthcare Residence.

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Wed
23
Dec

SSHS students ring the bell for a good cause

Zach Brown, Jaton Wootton and her little sister, Brooke Nagle, Emily Esquivel and Isela Parra

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