Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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Blessing held June 6th followed by Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting on June 7th By Donna Webb, Reporter Several years in the making, plans by the Parish and Finance Councils of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in San Saba to build a multi-use facility (includes a religious education center... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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By Sharon Hayes Ladies at the First United Methodist Church in San Saba are making plans for a Summer Picnic Luncheon next Thursday, June 28th in the downstairs fellowship hall. We give you a special invitation to come at 11:30 a.m. and fellowship with us around the tables. Our ladies in their... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
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The San Saba Sew-N-Sews hosted a Quilter’s Round-Up on June 2nd at Parkview Baptist Church. Pictured here are a few of the featured quilts. Quilts were placed on the pews for display. Each lady shared a story about the quilt she brought.   To read more please log in... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
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Each year, Keep San Saba Beautiful has a local version of the “Don’t Mess with Texas” Calendar Art Contest presented by TxDOT and Keep Texas Beautiful. KSSB Board members present to recognize the winners at the May City Council meeting were Debbie Shahan, Kathleen... + continue reading
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
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6th/7th JLD (42-8) traveled to Tuscola, Texas on Saturday, June 9th, and swept the 7th Grade Girls Division of the 2018 South Taylor Shootout held on the Jim Ned ISD Campus. JLD faced tournament host Jim Ned in their first game of the day. A 9-point first half by Kelton Wright would give JLD a 14-2... + continue reading

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06/20/2018
By Jo Price Father’s Day is over and hope all the father’s had a very good day and looking forward to next year. It may have been the first Father’s Day for some new dads and hope it was a good one. Rain is in the forecast for some and just hope that folks around the Bend... + continue reading
06/20/2018
By Sue Ransom I want to start this week’s column with a report about the Disaster Relief fish fry this past Saturday. Many thanks to all who participated, but a giant thank-you to Johnathan Lord for his excellent organizational skills. He used an enormous amount of his own personal time... + continue reading

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06/13/2018
7th/8th JLD (15-6) traveled to Tuscola, Texas on Friday, June 8th, and swept the 8th Grade Girls Division of the 2018 South Taylor Shootout basketball tournament held on the Jim Ned ISD Campus. JLD faced Wylie in their first game of the day and came out with a 22-13 win. Scoring for JLD was... + continue reading
06/13/2018
Kayla Delaine Ellis and Chance Rollins are announcing their engagement. Kayla is the daughter of Roger Ellis of San Saba and Loretta Lewis of Colorado City. Chance is the son of Wistie and Danny Ellis of Plainview and Michel Rollins of Snyder. Kayla is a 2014 graduate of Texas Tech... + continue reading
06/13/2018
On Saturday, June 2, 2018, a small group of SSHS classmates from the class of 1949 and 1950, met at Pepperbelly's for their annual reunions. The blessing for the meal was offered by Hooker Reavis. Following the delicious meal, the group visited and... + continue reading

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06/13/2018
6th/7th JLD (42-8) traveled to Tuscola, Texas on Saturday, June 9th, and swept the 7th Grade Girls Division of the 2018 South Taylor Shootout held on the Jim Ned ISD Campus. JLD faced tournament host... + continue reading

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06/20/2018
By Jo Price Father’s Day is over and hope all the father’s had a very good day and looking forward to next year. It may have been the first Father’s Day for some new dads and... + continue reading

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06/20/2018
The San Saba Sew-N-Sews hosted a Quilter’s Round-Up on June 2nd at Parkview Baptist Church. Pictured here are a few of the featured quilts. Quilts were placed on the pews for display... + continue reading