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Wed
13
Jun
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Ellis and Rollins Announce Engagement

Kayla Delaine Ellis and Chance Rollins are announcing their engagement. Kayla is the daughter of Roger Ellis of San Saba and Loretta Lewis of Colorado City. Chance is the son of Wistie and Danny Ellis of Plainview and Michel Rollins of Snyder. Kayla is a 2014 graduate of Texas Tech University and is currently a school counselor for Mullin ISD. Chance is also a Texas Tech graduate and is employed by Dufrane Rail Services. An autumn wedding is planned, and the couple is looking forward to making their home in Abilene, Texas.

 

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Wed
13
Jun
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San Saba High School Alumnae Gathering

On Saturday, June 2, 2018, a small group of SSHS classmates from the class of 1949 and 1950, met at Pepperbelly's for their annual reunions. The blessing for the meal was offered by Hooker Reavis. Following the delicious meal, the group visited and renewed friendships, as well as taking pictures in Pepperbelly's photographic area.

 

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Wed
06
Jun
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County Judge’s Update

Although the storm that devastated the City of Richland Springs and the surrounding unincorporated area was certainly a major disaster to our county it does not rise to the required affected area level for FEMA.

We have issued a Disaster Declaration Notice and request for assistance to the Governor’s office for all those affected by the storm. We are uncertain as to what aid the state is able to offer, but we hope to at least get access to SBA loans with their very low interest rates and long-term payback.

 

 

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Wed
06
Jun
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Bode Barker and Friends at the Llano Opry

The Llano country Opry will be held at the Lantex Theater in downtown Llano, Texas, on Saturday, June 9th, at 7:30 p.m. Bode Barker will headline the monthly show and admission is $10.00. Tickets are on sale in advance at www.heartoftexascountry.com or by calling (325)247-5354. Tickets will be on sale at the door as well.

Country-Pop may rule the charts, but Bode Barker has remained grounded in his country roots. His latest CD - "One Day Closer" - is a heartfelt project that showcases Barker's country roots, as well as his song writing skills.

 

 

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Wed
30
May
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"Baptist Women on Mission" honors four members

"Baptist Women on Mission" met Tuesday, May 8th at noon to honor four members at our end of the church year luncheon.

Mary Cason had two daughters, Sheila Meador and Shara Wright, with her. Loreene Escoubas had three daughters, Sherry Cradduck, Sue Timmons and Melba Escoubas, with her. Mabel Edmondson was surrounded by friends, Janis Bull and Betty Wilson. Martha Roe Terry was not able to come that day.

 

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Wed
30
May
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Aftermath of storm that blew through Richland Springs Friday, May 25th

Aftermath of storm that blew through Richland Springs Friday, May 25th

 

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Wed
23
May
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San Saba High School 2018 Seniors

Front Row (left to right): Nayeli Aguirre, Emaleigh Mack, Leah Hooper, Dynasty Saldivar, Megan Sanchez, Tristin Reynolds. 2nd Row (left to right): Juanita Ramirez, Paige Sloan, Abby Barrick, Jasmin Rocha, Analyn Bohensky, Raney Wilson. 3rd Row (left to right): Matthew Burkhart, Julian Zapata, Matthew Flores, Christopher Thornsberry, Damon Ramos, Ernesto Aguirre, Juan Cano. 4th Row (left to right): Cole Tupin, Kirby McDuff, Mack Wright, Joshua Lambert, Triston McGehee, Read Saint. Back Row (left to right): John Montemurro, Wayne Tucker, Austin Cisneroz, Eduardo Vega.

 

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Wed
23
May
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San Saba 4th grade students participate in "Waste in Place" Field Day

By Debbie Shahan

At the encouragement of the Keep San Saba Beautiful (KSSB) Commission, the 2018 San Saba Elementary 4th grade class has taken part in Keep Texas Beautiful's "Waste in Place" curriculum for several days in May through lessons taught by their teachers in the school setting.

The mission of KSSB is to educate and engage citizens to take responsibility for improving their community environment. It's fun to begin this learning experience with our local school children!

 

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Wed
16
May
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County Judge’s Update

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 own Brady Johnson.

In recent communications with me, Brady has referred to himself as both: "An Old Armadillo" and “Eleanor and Jerry’s oldest and smartest child.” He did add a “lol” (laugh out loud) at the end of that.

 

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Wed
16
May
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San Saba ISD Board of Trustees recognizes students and teachers

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, Valeria Macias and Evelyn Davila. These students were also recognized at the San Saba City Council meeting the night before.

 

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