News

Wed
18
Dec

City makes annual board appointments

The San Saba City Council held its regular session on Tuesday, December 10th, at 6:00 P.M., in the City Hall Council Chambers. Mayor Kenneth Jordan welcomed everyone and announced a quorum present with Alderman Shawn Oliver absent.  Alderman Charles Peeler gave the invocation followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the  American and Texas flags.
 
Wed
18
Dec

The River City Band

The River City Band, under the direction of Bill Grusendorf, entertained the public during Christmas festivities in downtown San Saba December 14th

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Wed
11
Dec

San Saba County Ministerial Alliance Assistance Fund Drive

During the month of November $1,191 was given to 15 individuals and families to assist in food, medicine, and utilities in all of San Saba County. We need to replenish those funds because we already have calls coming in for assistance in December. 
 
Wed
11
Dec

Results of the 58th Annual San Saba County Pecan Food Show

The 58th annual San Saba County Pecan Food Show was held December 6th at the Courthouse. Despite the weather conditions, there were 60 entries. Three ladies from Lampasas County braved the highways to do the judging. They chose Mitzi Pulatie’s Cream Cheese Pecan Cake as the Club division Grand Champion.  
 
 
 
Wed
11
Dec

The JC Campbell & Company Mercantile held their San Saba

The JC Campbell & Company Mercantile held their San Saba Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting November 23rd. Pictured above (L-R) are: Fern Reed and Cynthia Weatherby with the Chamber. Michelle Hedley, Gail  runer, Susan Broyles, Brandi Amthor, Anna Wilson, Cristy Austermann, Cathy Amthor, Teresa Hardman, Cathy Gibson and Tami Rogers
 
Wed
04
Dec

Scottish Rite Club to meet Tuesday, December 10th

The San Saba Scottish Rite Club will hold its quarterly stated meeting on Tuesday, December 2013 at the Lodge hall in San Saba. A meal of BBQ ribs will be provided by Douglas H. Merritt, 32°. Supper will be served at 6:30P.M. All members are asked to bring a complementary covered side dish or dessert. Ladies, family and guests are invited. 
 
Wed
04
Dec

Rotary Club of San Saba inducts three new members

The Rotary Club of San Saba hosted Bill Green, Vice-President Sales and Marketing, of Scott & White Health Plan at their October meeting at Pepperbelly’s. In his program, Mr. Lee discussed the Affordable Healthcare Act
and how the health insurance exchanges will work in Texas and the impact the new system will have on healthcare in our area. The meeting was attended by the members of the Rotary Club and several guests who had come to listen to the presentation. Mr. Lee fielded questions from the club members and the guest during and after his presentation. 
 
Wed
04
Dec

LCRA to ask State for emergency drought relief in 2014

The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) will ask the state for permission to cut off Highland Lakes water to most farmers in 2014 unless the combined storage of Lakes Buchanan and Travis improves significantly by March 1. Without additional rain, 2014 would be the third year in a row, and only the third time in LCRA's history, that most farmers would go without water from the Highland Lakes. 
 
Wed
27
Nov

County Commissioners discuss 50/50 grant for emergency improvements to courthouse

By Alice Smith.

The San Saba Commissioners Court was held on Monday, November 25th at 9:00 a.m. in the county judge’s chambers. County Judge Byron Theodosis called the court to order and welcomed everyone. The invocation was given by Commissioner Kenley Kroll followed by everyone joining for the pledges to the American and Texas flags.
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Wed
27
Nov

Deputy achieves Master Peace Officer Certification

The Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education or TCLEOSE has awarded Harold Yates its highest certification level of Master Peace Officer. Sheriff Steve Boyd presented the award on Friday and congratulated Deputy Yates on his achievement. TCLEOSE provides for the certification, licensing, training and program development of Texas Peace Officers. Master Peace Officer certification is the highest level that a Texas Peace Officer may achieve.

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