Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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By Dianna Furlan, Chair, Yard of the Month San Saba Garden Clubgave I don’t mean to grumble about our task of finding a recipient for this recognition, especially because it is not a problem of finding deserving homeowners, it is that there are so many of you, the decision has become... + continue reading
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By Sabrina Maultsby, City Secretary The San Saba City Council held a public hearing, as well as a regular session, on Tuesday, September 12th, in the Council Chambers. Mayor Kenneth Jordan called the meeting to order, welcomed everyone, and announced a quorum present at this meeting. Alderman... + continue reading
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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Kellen Everett running the ball . . . Last week was a great week to be an Indian! Our junior high cross country teams went to Brownwood and competed against some larger schools. For the boys, Matthew Gass placed 19th. Kase Bordner placed 28th, and Joey Bond placed 29th. The girls’ team... + continue reading
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COYOTE OFFENSE PROVED POTENT AGAINST WELLMAN- UNION - #22 Landon Burkhart on the receiving end of a TD pass.   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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By Anita Adams The Pierian Study Club met September 14, 2017 at the beautifully restored Historical Garden Club Building with the ladies pictured serving as hostesses. The newly restored building due to the efforts of many, is a beautiful club room with beamed ceilings and complete kitchen.... + continue reading

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09/20/2017
By Post Adjutant The veterans of the Wiley B. Murray Post No. 27 met Thursday, September 14th, at the Legion Hall in San Saba for their stated meeting. Nineteen people, including two Legion widows, were in attendance. The program was provided by Cole Tupin, a senior of San Saba High School, who... + continue reading
09/20/2017
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is expanding its effort to control mosquitoes after Hurricane Harvey and will begin aerial mosquito spraying over Harris County Thursday night. Aerial mosquito control by state contractor Clarke and the U.S. Air Force Reserve requested through... + continue reading

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09/13/2017
The Rotary presents the San Saba School District with a new Armadillo Flag! Pictured above is the Rotary Flag Chairman, Jody Fauley presenting the new Armadillo Flag to Superintendent Dr. Michael Bohensky!    To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.... + continue reading
09/13/2017
by Coach Brandy Eckerman The San Saba Cross Country Teams have been working hard throughout the summer. They have put in many miles on our roads that wind through San Saba both in the early morning and in the late evening. All of this preparation has led them to their first meet of the year.... + continue reading
09/13/2017
By Kari Owen It was another great week here at Cherokee ISD! Progress reports went out this week. If you did not get one, discuss this with your student and then contact Mrs. Kroll in the office for a copy. Don’t forget, progress reports are not set-in-stone grades. They can be changed one... + continue reading

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09/20/2017
Kellen Everett running the ball . . . Last week was a great week to be an Indian! Our junior high cross country teams went to Brownwood and competed against some larger schools. For the boys,... + continue reading

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09/20/2017
By Sue Ransom Summer came back last week to remind us this is not New England, or Canada, but the state of Texas. So, once again we went back to sizzling temperatures. Russ and I sat out on the... + continue reading

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09/20/2017
The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is expanding its effort to control mosquitoes after Hurricane Harvey and will begin aerial mosquito spraying over Harris County Thursday night.... + continue reading