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18
Jul
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Rylander Library New Book List

New Books for July:

Before Us Like A Land of Dreams by Karin Anderson Book Supremacy by Kate Carlisle Cross My Heart by Robin Lee Hatcher Leaving the Witness: Exiting a Religon by Amber Soorah Little Teashop on Main by Jodi Thomas Love Thy Neighbor by Ayaz Virji Paranoid by Lisa Jackson Patsy by Nicole Dennis-Benn Recursion by Blake Crouch Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides Skin Game by Stuart Woods Summer Guest by Mary Alice Monroe Summer of Sunshine and Margot by Susan Mallery Truth Worth Telling: A Reporters Search For Meaning in the Stories of Our Times by Scott Pelley 

 

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Thu
18
Jul
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More scenes from the Richland Springs Stars & Stripes Celebration

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Thu
11
Jul
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

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Flores Reunion #32 - Saturday & Sunday, July 13th-14th, at the Civic Center in San Saba. Meal starts at 12:30 p.m.

Blood Drive by Baylor Scott & White Health - on Tuesday, July 16th, from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Mobile will be stationed at First Baptist Church, San Saba. For questions, please call 325/372-8570.

 

 

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Thu
11
Jul
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LCRA, wholesale electric customers award more than $470,000 in grants to local communities

The Lower Colorado River Authority and its wholesale electric customers recently awarded $470,630 in grants for community projects in the LCRA wholesale electric and water service areas.

The Community Development Partnership Program grants helped fund 22 projects, ranging from building a live-fire training tower in Burnet to constructing an emergency helipad in Fayetteville to installing a lightning detector at a Schulenburg sports complex. The grants also supplied much-needed emergency equipment to firefighters and other first responders in a number of communities.

 

 

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Thu
11
Jul
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TxDOT offers tips to help drivers reach their destinations safely during the busy summer travel months

Summertime in Texas is the height of travel season, which means scores of people will be hitting the highways for long road trips, state park visits or lazy lake days.

Traveling long distances can put drivers at risk of falling asleep, getting distracted or becoming impatient. The Texas Department of Transportation is reminding motorists to stay alert and avoid drowsy or aggressive driving while behind the wheel this summer.

 

 

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Thu
04
Jul
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Richland Springs City Wide Cleanup

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Thu
04
Jul
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR

 

Rylander Library’s Summer Reading Program - will be held each Wednesday starting June 12th through July 3rd. Elementary ages will be from 1 p.m.-2 p.m. and middle school/ teen program will be from 3 p.m.- 4 p.m. This year’s theme is “A Universe of Stories.” A story and craft/activity will be featured each Wednesday. Receive reading rewards and prizes. Call 325/372-3079 if you have questions.

Flores Reunion #32 - Saturday & Sunday, July 13th-14th, at the Civic Center in San Saba. Meal starts at 12:30 p.m.

 

 

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Thu
27
Jun
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Hill Country Area Crime Stoppers seek info on arson and burglary

Hill Country Area Crime Stoppers, and Burnet County Sheriff’s Office request any information on a burglary of residence in the Hoover Valley area of Burnet County.

SometimebetweenWednesday June 12th to Thursday June 13th, suspects stole over 40 rifles, handguns and jewelry and then set the house on fire.

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Thu
27
Jun
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Senator Buckingham makes stop at Alamo Pecan and Coffee

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Thu
20
Jun
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Hill Country Naturalist

Last week I wrote about some Hill Country native trees and shrubs that are not rare, but certainly not common. In the process of writing I realized there were more trees and shrubs in that category than I thought, so here are several more.

• Bigtooth maple (Acer grandidentatum) is the famous tree of Lost Maples State Park. It also grows in parts of Big Bend National Park as well as in deep canyons of Bandera, Kerr, Kendall, Real and Uvalde counties. It is characterized by leaves that are 2 to 3 inches long and wide with three lobes and entire margins. In the fall these trees turn spectacular shades of yellow orange and red. They have been successfully cultivated in many parts of the state.

 

 

 

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