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Wed
02
Mar

Savannah Johnson headed to Regional Powerlifting competition

Submitted by Coach Cory Prew 

Savannah Johnson will be headed to the 2016 Region 2 Powerlifting meet this Saturday, March, 5, at Academy High School. The region takes the top 10 lifters in each weight class, and Savannah ranked 9th in the 114 weight class. She is very close to several lifters who are in front of her in the standings and will compete very well in the competition.

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Wed
02
Mar

Favorable Audit Report presented to SS City Council

Jake Lackey (center) accepts the Employee of the Month Award from Public Works Director, Scott Glaze (left) and Mayor Pro-Tem, Mark Amthor

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Wed
24
Feb

Celia Hayes to speak at Rylander Library

By Lynn Blankenship 

Author Celia Hayes is coming to the Rylander Memorial Library on February 29th, at 2:00 p.m. Fans of well researched, historically accurate, historical novels set on the frontiers of America will not want to miss this program presented by the Friends of the Rylander Memorial Library.

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Wed
24
Feb

Richland Springs Lady Coyotes Win Area

Richland Springs Lady Coyotes win area game with 72-49 win over Jayton.

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Wed
24
Feb

Golf Tournament

Coyotes achieve success in Fredericksburg's Ladybird Invitational Golf Tournament - Sophomore Zach Brown shot 102 (4th place JV) and Senior Justin Hallmark shot 78 (1st place varsity medalist).

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Wed
24
Feb

Cherokee Lady Indians Bi-District Champions

Cherokee Lady Indians with Coach Bond and Coach Lasley after their bi-district win. This is the first time the Lady Indians have won a bi-district game in 19 years!

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Wed
17
Feb

Fellowship of Christian Women to hold luncheon February 25th

By Sharon Hayes 

Next Thursday, February 25th, the Fellowship of Christian Women will be meeting at the First Presbyterian Church, San Saba at 11:30 a.m. for a “Ladies Choice” luncheon and then to hear a lady from the Priddy area share about a special ministry. Ladies of this church encourage us all to make our plans to come and bring the prepared dish of our choice to share around the serving tables.

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Wed
17
Feb

San Saba Tennis Team Brings Home Trophies

Abigail Ingram and Brooke Nagle - Second place in Division II Girls Doubles at Waco Robinson Tournament.

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Wed
17
Feb

An Extraordinary Person

By Patsy Hall 

The population of older Americans is growing faster than ever, and they are living longer than ever. In the United States nine million people are age eighty or older. I contemplate what I will be doing when I approach the eighth decade of my life. I make the assumption that most people give it a thought now and again. We can all hope to be as active and productive as one Maxine Hibler Robbins!

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Wed
10
Feb

Locals hold Hunting With Soldiers event in San Saba County

Winfield Basham from Cleburne, Texas, leases land in San Saba County for hunting. He arranged for a Hunting With Soldiers through Gordon Melton, Paducah, Texas. On Friday evening, January 8th, eight soldiers and one field officer arrived in San Saba. Much to their delight, arrangements were made for a special tribute to them by San Saba City Parks Supervisor Farrel Whitley, as they toured Mill Pond Park with patriot songs and lighting.

 

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