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15
Jul

Residents of Pecan Valley Healthcare Residence attend senior games

The week was marked by extensive planning and preparation as the residents at Pecan Valley Healthcare Residence anxiously looked forward to attending their first Regional Senior Games in Temple, Texas. The Senior Games are an annual event held in Temple, sponsored by the Ombudsman Organization, Area Agency on Aging and Central Texas Aging & Disability Resource Center. The games are attended by care facilities throughout the region.
 

 

Wed
15
Jul

Central Texas Farm Credit to construct new office building in Early, Texas

Central Texas Farm Credit, a member of the Farm Credi t s y s tem, has announced plans to build a new corporate headquarters and branch office in Early, Texas. The new facility will alleviate serious overcrowding issues in both the Early Branch and the Administrative offices currently housed in Coleman.
 

 

Wed
08
Jul

July 4th

July 4th Celebration in Mill Pond Park huge success
 
Wed
08
Jul

San Saba High School welcomes campus principal

A new face is on the campus at San Saba High School. Dr. Scott Snyder has officially started his duty as San Saba High School campus principal. Dr. Snyder comes to San Saba ISD from Perryton High School in Perryton ISD. At Perryton High School he served as the assistant principal in a school of 600 students. Dr. Snyder previously taught advanced placement government, US history, world geography, and economics at Perryton High School and Barbers Hill High School. Additionally, he taught at the Squadron Officer College, Air University at Maxwell AFB in Alabama. Dr. Snyder is a retired Lt.Colonel and reservist from the U. S. Air Force.
 
Wed
08
Jul

River City Band to offer Instrument Review Classes

If you played in a school band in the past, but think you have forgotten everything about playing your instrument, the River City Band has the answer to this problem. Classes will be offered to reorient and review the necessary skills so that you, once again, can enjoy the pleasure of playing an instrument and the thrill of playing in the band. The classes will be offered during July and August for those who would like to play again but feel they are so far behind or afraid it would be embarrassing to try to play in the band at the present time.
 
Wed
08
Jul

True Texan Keith Hudson more than just a dentist

Keith C. Hudson, DDS, opened his General Dentistry office at 506 E. Commerce Street in San Saba, Texas six years ago. When people enter his office they get a glimpse of his past and present. The following hand written article is inscribed on a Texas shaped background on the east wall: ‘I dedicate this area to my parents and grandparents. Their work ethics and integrity set the perfect example for me.
 
Wed
08
Jul

San Saba County Conservation workshop

A mix of topics ranging from pecan tree management to fire ecology will be offered during the San Saba County Conservation Expo set from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. July 16 at the San Saba Civic Center in San Saba. Neal Alexander, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agent in San Saba County said the educational program is a collaborative effort of the Central Texas Conservation Partnership, which includes his agency and a number of others that serve producers throughout central Texas.
 
Wed
01
Jul

Congratulations to these San Saba High School students

Congratulations to these San Saba High School students who received their letter jackets during the last week of school. Pictured: Austin Cisneroz, Ernesto Aguirre, Reed Saint, Matthew Flores, and Dalton Pierce.
 
Wed
01
Jul

Rabid skunk found inside city limits

By Jason Vogel
 
City Animal Control Officer On Tuesday, June 23, San Saba City Animal Control Officer Jason Vogel found a skunk at 502 N. Anita St. in San Saba. After the skunk was observed acting sickly and showing signs of rabies, it was put down and sent off for testing.
 
Wed
01
Jul

San Saba Lodge installs officers

On Saturday, June 27th San Saba Masonic Lodge No. 612 hosted the Installation of Officers for the 70th Masonic District. A total of 59 people were present for the evening meal.
 

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