Wednesday, March 20, 2019
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These senior cheerleaders - Ashlynn Cash, Brenna Chambers, Linzey Maxcey and Savannah Johnson - were all named to the 2A CHEERLEADING ALL STATE TEAM by the Texas Girls CoachingAssociation (TGCA). Additionally, all four girls were named to the TGCA 2A CHEERLEADING ACADEMIC ALL STATE TEAM. This honor... + continue reading
Thursday, March 14, 2019
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The Richland Springs High School One Act Play advanced to the Bi-District Contest on March 7th at Brownwood High School with first place honors. Judges were Larry Mathis, Dr. Nancy Jo Humfeld, and Dr. Ashley Meyer. Zephyr High School and May High School also advanced. The Richland Springs play,... + continue reading
Thursday, March 14, 2019
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The Richland Springs Lady Coyotes had another great showing, this time at the Junction Invitational Tournament. As the Lady Coyotes exited their school vehicle at the Junction Golf Club it was a brisk 36 degrees. Their mental toughness tested them, but they fought through it. With Coach... + continue reading
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Thursday, March 14, 2019
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On March 2nd, Savannah Johnson traveled to Little River Academy to compete in Region 2’s Girls Regional Powerlifting meet. She finished 2nd amongst 1a and 2a, 114 girls, with a total of 645lb. This accomplishment earned this senior a ticket to the state meet for the third time in her high... + continue reading
Thursday, March 14, 2019
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Our Richland Springs Coyote golf team was short handed with only 2 players making the trip to Junction. The other boys were busy showing at the Houston Livestock Show or acting at the District One Act Play contest. The wonderful challenges of small schools, but we wouldn’t trade it for the... + continue reading

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After several years of decline, the number of monarch butterflies appears to be up dramatically – perhaps as much as 144 percent – according to a Texas A&M University researcher and monarch butterfly advocate. Craig Wilson, director of the USDA Future Scientists Program and... + continue reading
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A lot of folks seem to think that the natural landscape or habitat isn't beautiful enough or interesting enough or different enough so they "improve it" by introducing exotic or non-native species. Some of these introductions are indeed harmless and create no significant problem in... + continue reading

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03/14/2019
San Saba JLD (18-3) captured the 5th/6th Grade Girls division championship of the 2019 San Saba Youth Basketball Tournament on Saturday March 9. JLD has won the tournament championship since 2009, which makes it an 11 year championship winning streak. The Lady Dillos have won 14 of the last 16... + continue reading
03/14/2019
Our Richland Springs Coyote golf team was short handed with only 2 players making the trip to Junction. The other boys were busy showing at the Houston Livestock Show or acting at the District One Act Play contest. The wonderful challenges of small schools, but we wouldn’t trade it for the... + continue reading
03/14/2019
The Richland Springs Lady Coyotes had another great showing, this time at the Junction Invitational Tournament. As the Lady Coyotes exited their school vehicle at the Junction Golf Club it was a brisk 36 degrees. Their mental toughness tested them, but they fought through it. With Coach... + continue reading

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03/20/2019
The Anatomies Company will now perform for Bi-District on Friday, March 22nd, in Hamilton at Hamilton High School in the Chandler Craig Auditorium. Richland Springs is the first play to perform and... + continue reading

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A lot of folks seem to think that the natural landscape or habitat isn't beautiful enough or interesting enough or different enough so they "improve it" by introducing exotic or non-... + continue reading

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After several years of decline, the number of monarch butterflies appears to be up dramatically – perhaps as much as 144 percent – according to a Texas A&M University researcher and... + continue reading