Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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By Mike Cohn   The Mighty Coyotes of Richland Springs invoked the Mercy Rule in last Saturday night's play-off contest with the Calvert Trojans in Hico. The game was billed as the match-up of the year....the #1 ranked Coyotes versus the #2 ranked Trojans. It couldn't get much better... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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By Donna Webb   A monthly multi-community 42 tournament was held in Richland Springs on Saturday, November 12th. Eight players attended, representing two tables in the tournament. Winning 1st Place trophies were partners Mary Derrick and Bobbie Davis, both from Goldthwaite. They won a... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
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The Thanksgiving holidays are history. It was a busy weekend as the Coyotes played the quarterfinals game at Hico Stadium on Saturday night. Diehard fans showed up early and a standing room only crowd came to see the Coyotes' defense and offense dismantle a good Calvert team. The Coyotes ended... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
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Submitted by Joanne Weik   The Parish and Finance Councils of St. Mary's Catholic Church in San Saba have spent the last two years making plans to build a multi-use facility that will inclulde a religious education center, parish offices, a fellowship hall and a... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
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Richland Springs Coyotes top Milford 78-43 in Area Round of State Playoffs. A large Coyote crowd at Gatesville enjoyed the outcome of a great game on a perfect autumn night.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading

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11/30/2016
By Tony Guidroz   New feature Santa’s Workshop It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…San Saba’s Mill Pond Lighted Christmas Park puts on its Mill Pond Christmas Extravaganza nightly, with several new attractions, starts this Saturday night December 3rd from 7:... + continue reading
11/30/2016
By Ron Welch Last week the Armadillo basketball team played two games before the Thanksgiving break. On Nov. 21, the Dillos hosted Menard. The Dillos started off well in this game taking a 17 – 11 lead after one quarter. At the half, the Dillos held on to their lead 29-25. In the 3rd quarter... + continue reading

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11/23/2016
Employee of the Month recognized   By Donna Webb, Reporter   The San Saba City Council held a regular session on Tuesday, November 8th, in the Council Chambers. Mayor Kenneth Jordan called the session to order, welcomed everyone, and announced a quorum present at... + continue reading
11/23/2016
The San Saba Lady Dillos pose with their Championship trophy after upsetting 18th ranked Brownwood Lady Lions in the Hill Country Classic Basketball Tournament hosted by San Saba.   To view more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition + continue reading
11/23/2016
By Courtnee Cash   November 4-5th the San Saba Middle School 7-8th grade student council representatives went to a convention to learn more about how to improve leadership skills and make a difference on the students and school.   The Middle Level Annual Conference... + continue reading
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School and Sports

11/30/2016
By Ron Welch Last week the Armadillo basketball team played two games before the Thanksgiving break. On Nov. 21, the Dillos hosted Menard. The Dillos started off well in this game taking a 17... + continue reading

Columns / Opinions

11/30/2016
By Kevin Slimp´s   The special edition of “Renderings with Raymond” took the Valley by surprise Monday morning. Most folks expected fireworks on the first show following... + continue reading

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11/30/2016
By Bob Moos   Long-term care can be one of the biggest expenses of retirement. Yet few people plan for it. If you’re 65, you have just about a 50-50 chance of entering a nursing home at... + continue reading