Community

Wed
23
Nov

Pierian Study Club holds November meeting in the home of Donna and Larry Baker

By Anita Adams

 

Wed
16
Nov

No fatality-free day on Texas roads since November 7, 2000

By Melanie Potter

Wed
16
Nov

Thanksgiving: Have an Attitude of Gratitude

By Bryan Golden

Wed
09
Nov

San Saba Bird and Nature Club

In the 1700s, many Toyah camps dotted the Edwards Plateau with Perdiz points and European components the norm, except for one long camp, which contained neither. This camp on the San Saba River remains a mystery. Charles (Chuck) Hixson, professional archeologist and member of the Llano Uplift Archeology Society (LUAS) will discuss the Wilson Site on the San Saba River. The San Saba Bird and Nature Club welcomes Chuck Hixson on Tuesday, November 15, 2016. Come join us at the San Saba Civic Center, 1190 S. Thomas Drive, at 2:00 p.m.
 
 
 
Wed
09
Nov

the Central Texas Talent America Preliminary

On October 22nd, the Central Texas Talent America Preliminary was staged at the San Saba Civic Center. The following young ladies received an invitation to compete in New York City in July at the Talent America Nationals in front of agents, casting directors, managers, and etc. Pictured Back row (l - r): Courtney Pryor (Woodlands) in acting and modeling, Kelsey Buchanan (Lampasas) in acting and vocals, Eryn Buchanan ( Lampasas) in acting and modeling. Front row (center): Piper Alley (Montgomery) in acting and modeling.
 
 
 
Wed
02
Nov

Lemmon-Stevenson Announce Engagement

Deah Payton Lemmon and Ethan Jess Stevenson would like to announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. Deah is the daughter of David and Amanda McBeth of Ackerman, MS. She is the granddaughter of Nick and Vickie Holloway of Ackerman, MS; Susan and Tuffy Cornett of Jefferson, Texas; Terry and Missy Lemmon of Jefferson, TX; and Jerry Strutton of Linden, TX. Deah is also the niece of W. and Leah Strutton, of Choctaw County, MS, and the late John C. Bush and Selena Bush, of Richland Springs, TX.
 
Wed
02
Nov

3rd Annual Spayghetti

By George Thompson
 
Dreams do come true…with a lot of hard work and support from a caring community. The 3rd Annual Spayghetti took place on Saturday, October 22, at the San Saba Center. It was a beautiful day and people were looking forward to Don Lindquist’s homemade recipe of delicious spaghetti. Don, with the support of his wife Gaby, and coworker Janice Bates arrived in force and took command of the kitchen. It was clear from the beginning that they were on a mission to feed the masses with the most amazing, closely guarded recipe for success.
 
Wed
26
Oct

"The Class of 1962" of San Saba High School

"The Class of 1962" of San Saba High School gathered at the Two Rivers Bed and Breakfast on Saturday, October 1st, for visiting and a BBQ catered by Gage BBQ. Those in attendance and show in the picture are (left to right): George Amthor, Michael Phillips, Wilbur Aylor, Leroy Ketchum, Carol Lee (Tyler) Taylor, Larry Slaughter, Darlis Cummings, Patricia (Renfro) Warren, Linda Gale (Smith) Hibler, Robert Grimes, and Zudora (Brown) Keele. Diane (Patton) Maldonado and Larry Don Gage came by but were not in the picture. 
 
Wed
26
Oct

Seventh Dillos claw Hico Tigers 16-6

By Coach Ronnie Schulze
 
The Seventh Grade Dillos came away with a hard earned 16-6 victory over the Seventh Grade Hico Tigers in Hico Thursday night. Hico outsized the Dillos, but determination and grit pulled them through forthe victory. San Saba kicked to Hico to begin the game. The Tigers used up most of the first quarter driving for a score. The P.A.T. failed and San Saba trailed 6-0. Hico kicked to San Saba with only a short time left in the first quarter. Polo Davila ran for 9, and then 2. Zachary Collier gained 6, Davila 6, Collier 5, Davila 3, Collier 5. Wesley Lackey bootlegged the ball, picked up a great block by John Spence and rambled 25 yards for a touchdown. Davila ran in the extra point try. It was 8-6 Dillos.
 
 
Wed
19
Oct

Richland Springs Junior High Casts One Act Play

The Richland Springs Junior High has chosen The Happy Scarecrow by I. E. Clark as their UIL Competition play for this year. They will compete at the District Meet in Rochelle on November 30, 2016. The Happy Scarecrow is a delightful children’s play which is also referred to as a “morality play.” A mean witch dares a frilly little fairy to prove there’s such a thing as happiness. The fairy brings a scarecrow to life and promises to make him a real man if he can find happiness. It is a strange search, sometimes comical and sometimes sad. 
 
 
 

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