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Wed
27
May

San Saba High School

San Saba High School Senior McKenna Maxcey (third from the left) has signed to run track for Angelo State University. McKenna is the daughter of Reagan and Marcie Maxcey.
 
Wed
20
May

Scholarships available for LCHEC allied health students

The Lampasas County Higher Education Center (LCHEC) is pleased to announce the renewal of scholarship funds for allied health students. The W.J. McLean Scholarship Fund has been renewed for $2,000 by William J. McLean. This 
 
Wed
20
May

CTTC Gives Donations to Area Volunteer Fire Departments

Each year Central Texas Telephone Cooperative gives donations to seventeen volunteer fire departments within its service area. Pictured above are Claude Frost and Larry Cottrell representing the Elm Grove Volunteer Fire Department. Also included in the picture are CTTC Director Ronnie Nowlin and CTTC employee Randy Weeks representing Central Texas Telephone Cooperative. San Saba County is very fortunate to have dedicated people who volunteer their time to help those in need and Central Texas Telephone is proud to help support these organizations. 
 
Wed
20
May

Grand re-opening of San Saba's "Mill Pond Sunny Beach" May 30th

By Tony Guidroz
Saturday, May 30, 2015 will officially usher in summer time and the Grand Re-Opening of San Saba's Mill Pond SUNNY BEACH! Festivities will kick off that morning with the spectacular "Up A Creek Rentals" featuring canoe, kayak, peddle boats, and tube rentals.
 
Wed
13
May

HCM patients can now contribute to the Texas Cord Blood Bank

Hill Country Memorial is pleased to announce its partnership with GenCure’s Texas Cord Blood Bank, a nationally accredited, non-profit program specializing in the collection and processing of human cells and tissue. This partnership gives HCM patients the choice to donate their infants’ cord blood to the Texas Cord Blood Bank.
 

 

Wed
13
May

San Saba Garden Club May Yard of the Month

It has not been an easy task selecting the May Yard of the Month for the San Saba Garden Club. There are so many beautiful yards this spring after all the welcomed rain. Roses are blooming in many yards along with Irises, Trumpet Vine, and many colorful annuals.
 

 

Wed
13
May

Richland Springs student, Bryan Salinas, wins trip to D.C.

Each year Central Texas Communications Telephone Cooperative, Inc., based out of Goldthwaite, Texas, sponsors an essay contest on the topic of how telecommunications has affected our lives in the rural areas of Texas. The Foundation for Rural Services, a part of the National Telecommunications Cooperative Association (NTCA), of which Central Texas Telephone Cooperative is a member, hosts this trip every summer.
 

 

Wed
13
May

Local student elected to state FCCLA office

At the State FCCLA Conference in Corpus Christi, Emily Esquivel, a junior at San Saba High School, was elected as State Recording Secretary for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America for the 2015-2016 school year. She and Mrs. Jennifer Walzel, local FCCLA advisor, will be at tending the Officer Leadership Training and State Council Meeting, June 7- 12, in Navasota, Texas.
 

 

Wed
13
May

San Saba FCCLA qualifies for state competition

San Saba Chapter of Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) competed at the State FCCLA competition April 9th – 11th in Corpus Christi, Texas. San Saba FCCLA has six teams qualify for the state competition as well as 2 officers working to put on the state conference.
 

 

Wed
06
May

UIL Accounting Team Advances to State!

The San Saba High School Accounting Team has had quite  an impressive year. The team consisting of Payton Johnson, Jantzen Bell, Hailey Osbourn,  icah Cox and (not pictured) McKenzie McBee began the year by participating in five “virtual” meets competing against other students from across the state
 

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