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Wed
06
Jan

84th Annual San Saba County Livestock Show January 14th - 16th

The San Saba Young Farmers are gearing up for the 84th Annual San Saba County Livestock Show starting January 14 – January 16. The barn will open January 14th from 10:00-1:00 so that everyone is able to get their animals in their pens and equipment set up.

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Wed
06
Jan

Texas Hunters for Heroes hosts unusual hunt

by Brad Williams

Texas Hunters for Heroes is a non-profit 501c3 established in San Saba Co. with the sole purpose of reintroducing combat veterans to the world of hunting. It is hard to keep count of just how many lives we have touched, or how many times we have been moved by these incredible individuals.

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Wed
06
Jan

Richland Springs students competed in District UIL Academic Meet.

Richland Springs students competed in District UIL Academic Meet. Elementary students placed 4th in District and Junior High students placed 2nd in District. 

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Wed
30
Dec

Local TEEA Clubs host 2015 Pecan Food Show

By Melanie Potter M.S.
Family and Consumer Sciences Agent 

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service San Saba CountyOn Friday, December 4th, if you walked through the Courthouse you would have seen all the entries for the annual Pecan Food Show, hosted by the San Saba County TEEA clubs. There were cakes and pies, cookies and brownies, breads and appetizers, and even fancy nuts ready to be judged and then sold at the bake fair.

 

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Wed
30
Dec

RICHLAND SPRINGS ELEMENTARY PRESENTED “THE GIFT OF CHRISTMAS”

The PreK-6 Christmas program included caroling enjoyed by all.

 

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Wed
30
Dec

Texas A&M Forest Service issues winter outlook and fire safety tips

A wet winter may be in store, but the threat of wildfire still exists. The current El Niño conditions drop the threat of wildfire to below normal, however Texas A&M Forest Service urges caution this holiday season. “Fireworks and outdoor fires are usually associated with this time of year,” Jan Amen, fire prevention specialist said. “It’s important to be careful, because one spark can cause a devastating fire.

 

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Wed
23
Dec

2015 Regional Pecan Show results

by Neal Alexander

The Central show was held in Kerr County on December 9th, 2015. There were 147 entries, representing 14 Texas counties in the Central, Central West and Southwest districts. Dr. Larry Stein acted as judge. Despite a challenging year with regards to rainfall (both too much and too little), pecans of outstanding quality were seen in this regional competition, which we believe reflects on the educational efforts of Texas A&M Agri- Life extension agents and specialists in Texas to provide resources, expertise and training on pecan production and management.

Wed
23
Dec

County Commissioners grant tax abatement

By Alice Smith
 
The San Saba County Commissioners Court was held on Monday, December 14th, at 9:00 a.m., in the County Judge’s Chambers. County Judge Byron Theodosis called the Court to order and welcomed everyone..

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Thu
17
Dec

Coyotes Set State Record With Seventh 6-Man Championship Win

Richland Springs Wins 2015 Six Man State Championship 72-26 Over Follett - Coyote fans, coaches, cheerleaders, and players celebrate after winning their 7th state championship at Abilene.

 

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Thu
17
Dec

Keep San Saba Beautiful receives Green Bag Grant from H-E-B Central Market and Keep Texas Beautiful

Keep San Saba Beautiful members received $2,000.00 from the Lampasas HEB store from the Keep Texas Beautiful Fund on Friday, December 11th. Pictured (left to right) are members of KSSB along with HEB employees: Fern Putnam, Shayna Norris, Joanne Weik, Courtney Ramp and Brandi Rickert, Debbie Shahan, Anna Wilson, Gale Ivy, Kathleen Hawkins, Stan Weik, Gail Bruner, Tiffany Fox and William Teague, HEB employees.

 

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