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Wed
19
Oct

San Saba County Gun Club has a winner

The San Saba County Gun Club has concluded their second raffle with a drawing on September 30th, and awarded the winner Gaston McCoury, a local resident, with a new Remington Versa Max 12 Gauge Shotgun. Mr. McCoury was very excited to be the recipient of the shotgun and feels it will be put to good use hunting the many dove in San Saba County.
 
 
Wed
19
Oct

San Saba Masonic Bodies to host Open House at Lodge Hall

San Saba Masonic Bodies will host an Open House on Sunday, October 23, 2016. The San Saba County area community is cordially invited to join the Masonic Bodies at the Lodge Hall on US 190 just east of San Saba, to learn about the history and tenets of Freemasonry and its affiliated bodies. 

 

Wed
19
Oct

Mike Kearby to speak at Rylander Memorial Library

By Lynn Blankenship
 
A Well Known Gun is the newest novel by award winning local author Mike Kearby. The Friends of the Rylander Library invite you to hear Mike tell how he came to write this tale of serving justice in central Texas on Monday, October 24th at the Rylander Memorial Library beginning at 2:00 p.m.
 
 
Wed
19
Oct

Armadillos and San Saba get involved in Community Involvement Day 2016

By Leigh Ann Glaze
 
Who could have anticipated that the Community Involvement Day – Armadillos Get Involved, would be such a success? We knew a great deal of planning had occurred to be ready for the day, we knew we had great sponsors and partners, but who knew the community and the school, kids and adults would come together in such a positive way? Armadillos Get Involved, held on October 10, 2016 demonstrated the value of working together. Working in the framework of City maintenance needs, of Keep San Saba Beautiful (KSSB), and SSISD maintenance project needs, the cooperative groups identified projects that met funding requirements and stayed true to the goals of the project.
 
 
Wed
12
Oct

Hamrick's Automotive 12th Annual Customer Appreciation to be held November 5th

Make plans now to attend the highly anticipated Hamrick’s Automotive Center, Inc. & Hamrick’s Parts +Plus 12th Annual Customer Appreciation. The event will be held Saturday, November 12th, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and will feature entertainment by Kindred Spirits.
 
 
Wed
12
Oct

Elvia Hyatt retires from Capital Farm Credit

HONORED: Elvia Hyatt celebrated her retirement with friends, family, coworkers and customers on Friday, September 30th, at the Capital Farm Credit San Saba office. Hyatt has served Central Texas communities for 26 years.
 
 
Wed
12
Oct

Hailee Ashworth awarded Presidential Scholarship from Texas Woman's University

By Don Fowler
 
I received a letter dated Sept. 7, 2016 from Dr. Alfred G. Litton, Director of the TWU Honors Scholar Program. Dr. Litton’s letter stated that Miss Hailee Ashworth has been admitted to the Texas Woman’s University Honors Scholar program, and she has also been awarded the Presidential Scholarship from the university, which covers full tuition and fees for all four years. TWU’s honors program is one of the ten most selective in the state of Texas, and it is a considerable accomplishment for this student to have been admitted and awarded such a prestigious scholarship. The question all parents should ask is “How can my child get to this level of learning?”
 
 
Wed
12
Oct

Community Involvement Day

Pictured above are some of the San Saba ISD students, teachers, and members of Keep San Saba Beautiful who participated in Community Involvement Day on Monday, October 10th.
 
 
Wed
05
Oct

1967 Richland Springs State Championship Golf team honored

By Jason Lewis 

The 1967 Richland Springs State Champion Golf team was honored this past Friday night before a standing room only crowd at Coyote Field. It is their 50th Anniversary of winning the State Championship! This was the first time since graduating that all 5 members have been back together.

 

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Wed
05
Oct

Lois Lebow appointed as Chief Deputy Clerk for Tax Assessors Office

By Alice Smith 

The San Saba County Commissioners Court was held on Friday, September 30th in the County Judge’s Chambers. County Judge Byron Theodosis called the Court to order at 9:00 a.m. and welcomed everyone. Commissioner Rickey Lusty gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags.

 

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