Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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by Lynn Blankenship  This year’s Night at the Museum, Saturday March 3rd (6:00 – 8:00p.m.) will be a fun family event. Cowboy Chili (normal & hot), beans, cornbread and cobbler will be served at the Gazebo. Nearby, Lee Murray will be demonstrating cowboy style Dutch... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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By Coach Alicia Cummings  The Lady Dillos began their 2018 playoff push by facing the Lady Hornets of Louise in the Bi-District round. The Lady Dillos came out red hot from the 3-point line and made 6 threes’ in the first quarter to take a commanding lead. The Lady Dillos would... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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2018 San Saba County Youth Fair Winners   To read more please log in or subscribe to the digital edition http://www.etypeservices.com/San%20Saba%20News%20and%20StarID404/ + continue reading
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
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Submitted by Joanne Weik  On January 25, 2018, Father Javier A. Toscano, flanked by several of his parishioners journeyed to San Antonio to take the final step in becoming a U. S. Citizen. He received a certificate that reads: Be it known that pursuant to an application filed with the... + continue reading
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Submitted by Margie Escobar, Loan Administration Officer, Commercial National Bank The Commercial National Bank is pleased to announce recent promotions. Karen Reyes has been promoted to Assistant Cashier. She will be responsible for the daily operations in our San Saba Branch.  ... + continue reading

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02/21/2018
By Jo Price  Still no rain, but it seems everyone around is getting some of the good wet stuff. We can be thankful for the nice warm weather for this past week and hopefully rain will be coming to us around the Bend before too long. The wind blew out of the South just about all day long... + continue reading
02/21/2018
Biodiversity: More Complicated, and Perhaps More Important Than We Thought    Regular readers of these columns have probably read something along the lines of: “One of the most important characteristics of a healthy, sustainable, productive native habitat is that it is... + continue reading

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02/14/2018
San Saba local, Candace McKinney, recently completed a 2,650 mile hike on the Pacific Crest Trail. This trail begins at Manning Park, Canada, and ends at the Mexico border close to Campo, California. On the trail, hikers take everything they need to survive in a backpack for the entire trip.... + continue reading
02/14/2018
By Coach Andreas Aguirre This past Thursday, the San Saba powerlifting teams competed at the Glen Rose invitational. The boys' team placed 2nd in the team competition. This was the first time the school has placed at a powerlifting meet since 2013. The boys had eight of its 11 members... + continue reading
02/14/2018
By Anne Vincent Ms. Allison Watkins, CEA Horticulture Specialist with the Tom Green County Extension Office in San Angelo, provided excellent information to San Saba Garden Club members at the regularly scheduled February meeting held at the Mill Pond Building in the park, February 6, 2018. She... + continue reading

School and Sports

02/21/2018
By Coach Alicia Cummings  The Lady Dillos began their 2018 playoff push by facing the Lady Hornets of Louise in the Bi-District round. The Lady Dillos came out red hot from the 3-point line... + continue reading

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02/21/2018
By Jo Price  Still no rain, but it seems everyone around is getting some of the good wet stuff. We can be thankful for the nice warm weather for this past week and hopefully rain will be... + continue reading

Community

02/21/2018
Discussions begin for reopening a DPS Driver’s License Renewal Office; County Road approved for closure; and County personnel changes made to policy manual    By Donna Webb,... + continue reading