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Wed
25
Jun

City Council approves Ordinance No. 2014-08 raising water rates

The San Saba City Council held a Regular Session on Tuesday, June 10th at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers. Mayor Ken Jordan called the Session to order and announced a quorum present with Aldermen Shawn Oliver
and Oleta Behrens absent. Alderman Mark Amthor gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags
 
Wed
25
Jun

The San Saba County Chamber of Commerce

The San Saba County Chamber of Commerce held its Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting on June 18th, 2014 at 120 South Cherokee in the historic Estep-Burleson Plaza. Thank you to the many visitors, especially to San Saba County Judge Theodosis and Charles Peeler, a member of the City Council. 
 
Wed
18
Jun

SSISD receives donation from Heart of Texas Ford

SSISD would like to thank the community and Heart of Texas Ford for their participation in the Drive 4UR School event held on March 8. On June 13, SSISD was provided with a donation from the funds raised on this date. The
program was great for the community, HOT Ford and the school as support and funds were raised for various organizations through this unique event where students were able to visit with the community 
 
Wed
18
Jun

San Saba makes a First Place Showing at State 4-H Round Up

Throughout the entire school year, a variety of competitions allow Junior High and High School age 4-H members to qualify to attend and compete at the state level during the first part of June. Over the week of June 9-13, the 4-H clubs over all of Texas met at College Station for the State Round Up competition and learning activities 
 
Wed
11
Jun

CTEC District Six Members meet in Cherokee

Members of Central Texas Electric  Co-op, Board District 6 (San Saba County), met Monday, June 2nd in the Cherokee High School cafeteria. The members were welcomed by the Co-op's Chief Executive Officer, Robert A. Loth, III. Mr. Loth opened the meeting with the introduction of members of the coop's Board of Directors in attendance. 
 
Wed
11
Jun

San Saba Rotary Club member

San Saba Rotary Club member, Deryl Hoyt, presents a check to  Donna Blossman of Mission San Saba. This donation to Mission San Saba illustrates what San Saba is all about... People reaching out to help others
 
Wed
11
Jun

Bill West speaker at San Saba County Historical Museum Foundation Annual Meeting

Bill West, owner of the Robinson-West River Plantation in San Jacinto County, Texas, spoke at the San Saba County Historical Foundation annual meeting held on Sunday, June 1, 2014. Mr. West has been a teacher and a  coach for many years. He has now retired and has become both an archeologist and a historian 
 
Wed
04
Jun

Seven medals awarded to San Saba band students at TSSEC

Twenty-four San Saba High School band students traveled and competed at Texas State Solo & Ensemble (TSSEC) on Saturday, May 24th. Four soloist performed at State and we had one Seven medals awarded to San Saba band students at TSSEC By Brian Sours, Director of Bands, San Saba ISD soloist receive a gold medal and three soloists receive a silver medal. Also, five ensembles competed, one earned a gold medal, 3 earned a silver rating (Division II), and one ensemble received a bronze rating (Division III). Medals are awarded to division 1 and division 2 soloist and division 1 ensembles only.  

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Wed
04
Jun

Mission San Saba 2014 begins Sunday, June 8th

Sunday, June 8th, volunteers from central Texas will come together for the 12th year to participate in the annual Mission San Saba project. This year, the home of Dena and Macario Vasquez at 601 W. Church will be renovated.
Mission San Saba relies solely on volunteers and donations each year to complete this project. 
 
Wed
28
May

Leigh Ann Glaze nominated for Superintendent of the Year for Region XV

A Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of San Saba ISD was held on Monday, May  12th at 4:00 p.m. in the Central Administration Office. President, Kim Kirk called the Meeting to order and established a quorum with all Trustees present followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags. Assistant Superintendent, Michael Bohensky, gave the invocation
 

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