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William Zane Stotts Valedictorian Cherokee High School     To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/San%20Saba%20News%20and%20StarID404/   + continue reading
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Cherokee ISD’s Lexi Wagner (Center) won the Pole Vault event in State Competition this past weekend for the second year in a row.     To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/San%20Saba%20News%20and%20StarID404/... + continue reading
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Richland Springs students compete in Soil & Water Conservation Contest - Front Row: Junior Division Essay Contest: Piper Moats (2nd place), Tori Colvin (1st place), and Jeremiah Usery (3rd place); Back Row: Senior Division of Essay Contest : Juliana Moore (2nd place), Madison ... + continue reading
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By Alicia Cummings For the fourth straight year, the Lady Dillos got to end their season on the biggest stage for high school track and field; the State Meet in Austin. The Lady Dillos sent six athletes to the State meet in seven events; the most ever for our program. To start the meet,... + continue reading
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By Michael Bohensky A note on the courthouse restoration financing: the county’s finance manager, Mr. Vince Vialle, requested bids from 46 banks. The winning bid, at a very competitive interest rate of 2.450%, was from The Bank & Trust in Sonora, TX, whose president happens to be our... + continue reading

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05/16/2018
SELECTED PASSAGES FROM VOLUME 1 By Ross J. Cox, Sr. Editor’s Note–Part 34b in a continuing series. Burleson asked, "How many times did you warn people to leave the country?" Nolan replied, "I have never ordered anybody out." "Have you not been... + continue reading
05/16/2018
By Sue Ransom The final push is here, and the teachers and students are trying to get it all done. I have students in my classroom constantly working to finish their science fair projects. I don’t know what I will do next year because I will only have one classroom from which to teach. It... + continue reading

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05/16/2018
By Michael Bohensky Student recognition included honoring the 5th grade winners from the Keep San Saba Beautiful Art Contest. Four students represented the six winners at the board meeting. The students recognized were: Esperanza Baez- Garcia, Quiara Rosales, Gracen Shahan,... + continue reading
05/09/2018
By Don Fowler, RSISD Superintendent This week is "Teachers Appreciation Week," and we want to take this opportunity to thank the teachers for their dedication to the education of our children. The children of today will be the leaders of our nation for tomorrow. So goes the leaders, so... + continue reading
05/09/2018
By Kari Owen Last week was a bit of a “calm before the storm” kind of week. This week we are testing, prepping for testing, and being spoiled by our PTC and community for Teacher Appreciation week! In sports news, the golf season has ended. Although our lone golfer, Blaize Lopez,... + continue reading

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05/16/2018
Richland Springs students compete in Soil & Water Conservation Contest - Front Row: Junior Division Essay Contest: Piper Moats (2nd place), Tori Colvin (1st place), and Jeremiah Usery (... + continue reading

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05/16/2018
By Sue Ransom The final push is here, and the teachers and students are trying to get it all done. I have students in my classroom constantly working to finish their science fair projects. I don... + continue reading
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05/16/2018
By Michael Bohensky A note on the courthouse restoration financing: the county’s finance manager, Mr. Vince Vialle, requested bids from 46 banks. The winning bid, at a very competitive... + continue reading