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Wed
29
Apr

Justin Hallmark

Justin Hallmark made school history in Richland Springs by being the first person to go to the state tournament in golf, as an individual medalist. Justin advanced to State in San Angelo, playing on the Quicksand Course, at regionals.
 
Wed
29
Apr

Cherokee ISD’s Barbara Uribe signs letter of intent with Ranger College

Cherokee ISD’s Barbara Uribe signs letter of intent with Ranger College. Pictured (l - r): Coach Rick Lasley, Urbano Uribe, Barbara Uribe, and the track coach from Ranger College.
 
Wed
22
Apr

Lady Dillo Golf team Regional Champions - State Bound!

The San Saba Lady Dillo Golf Team are the Region IV Champs! We won the Regional Championship by 29 strokes. The two rounds of the Class 2A Regional Tournament were played on a saturated Oso Beach Golf Course in Corpus Christi on April 15 and 16. 
 
Wed
22
Apr

County Commissioners hold regular meeting

The San Saba County Commissioners Court was held on April 13th at 9:00 a.m. in the County Judge’s Chambers. County Judge Byron Theodosis called the Court to order and welcomed everyone. Commissioner Kenley Kroll gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags
 
Wed
15
Apr

Golden Armadillo Band wins Sweepstakes Award

On Tuesday, April 7 the San Saba Golden Armadillo Band competed in UIL Concert & Sight-reading Contest in Llano, receiving Division 1 Superior ratings from all 6 judges.
 
Wed
15
Apr

San Saba Team qualifies for State Round-up at District 4-H Duds to Dazzle competition

Coleman's Bill Franklin Center had the honor of hosting the first ever District 7 4-H Duds to Dazzle competition on April 7, 2015, and senior division members of the San Saba 4-H club were there to compete. The Duds to Dazzle competition was introduced to the members of Texas 4-H this year.
 
Wed
08
Apr

San Saba County Commissioners suspend Indigent Care Program

County Judge Byron Theodosis called to order a special Called Commissioner’s Court meeting at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, March 30th in the County Judge’s Chambers. Commissioner Kenley Kroll gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags. County Coordinator, Marsha Hardy gave information regarding the county’s Indigent Healthcare Program. The Program’s budget of $152,000.00 has been depleted to around $4,000.00 which will not be enough to cover the March bills.
 

 

Wed
08
Apr

Damming the Colorado: Part Three

This is Part Three of a five part series on the proposed dam on the Colorado River east of Highway 16 between San Saba and Goldthwaite. Part One described the location and dimensions of the dam as proposed by Mr. and Mrs. O.P. Leonard in the permit application before the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ). In summary, the dam would be 20-feet high, span 170 feet, impound 1000 acre-feet of water, and backup for approximately 9 miles. A conservative estimate of the cost based on previous designs is $3 to $6 million dollars.
 

 

Wed
08
Apr

One Act Play’s

San Saba High School’s One Act Play’s production of Tracks by Peter Tarsi went to UIL District Competition in Mason on March 28. The company was named Advancing Play for 2A District 27. The group did an amazing job against tough competition. Individual honors were given to Kimeri Moore for Crew Tech Award, Meredith Meador and AJ Paradez were named Honorable Mention All Star Cast and Josh Cazares was named All-Star Cast.
 

 

Wed
08
Apr

It’s Time

Attention homeowners of San Saba, spring officially started on March 20th, and our Holy Easter Sunday has come and gone. The blue bonnets, paint brushes, and wild verbena are showing their colors in pastures and along the road side delighting our senses and enticing us to enjoy God’s colorful canvas. All the joyousness of spring is upon us. Who isn’t ready to get veggies in the garden and flowers in the yard? It’s time to haul out the containers and unwrap plants that we lovingly protected and cared for during their winter slumber.
 

 

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