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15
Aug
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Commissioners’ Court holds regular meetings August 7th and 13th

Court approved continuance of County Child Welfare Board; Burn Ban lifted 8/13

By Donna Webb, Reporter

August 7th
Court meeting:

The San Saba County Commissioners’ Court met for a regular meeting on Tuesday, August 7th, in the County Judge’s Chambers.

Judge Theodosis called the Court to order at 9:00 a.m. He then welcomed everyone. Commissioner Kenley Kroll gave the invocation and led everyone in the flag pledges.

 

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Wed
15
Aug
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Master Gardener Training Class to be held in Brady starting August 28th

One paradox of gardening is that you can lose yourself in a garden while finding yourself in a garden. Another paradox which can apply to gardening was shared by Albert Einstein, "The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don't know." This one is so true in gardening: The more you fail, the more likely you are to succeed. "If you are not killing plants, you are not really stretching yourself as a gardener." - J.C. Raulston. Here is another good one: The only constant is change. There is always change going on in the garden.

 

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Wed
08
Aug
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DSHS promotes awareness of harmful bacteria in coastal waters

Warm weather in Texas brings a higher risk of marine water-related infections, including those caused by the Vibrio bacteria which are naturally found in coastal water. Most infections occur between May and October, when the warmer water temperatures in the Gulf of Mexico promote the growth of these bacteria. Texas has averaged 90 Vibrio infections per year for the last 10 years.

People can become ill after eating raw or undercooked contaminated seafood, particularly oysters, or when a person has an open wound that is exposed to seawater. Illness due to eating raw or undercooked seafood usually includes gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea, fever, and chills.

 

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Wed
08
Aug
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Texas firefighters head to California to help fight deadly wildfires

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Some 98 firefighters from 29 Texas fire departments in 20 counties will head to California this week to fight wildfires that have burned more than 750,000 acres. The deployment is an activation of the Texas Intrastate Fire Mutual Aid System (TIFMAS) for wildfire suppression in Texas and beyond.

“It’s about neighbors helping neighbors,” said Tom Boggus, Texas A&M Forest Service director. “We call TIFMAS our ‘surge capacity’ for Texas. Guess this time their reach is a bit farther away but we hope to make a big impact in people’s lives.”

 

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Wed
01
Aug
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A.J. Walker, Sr. descendants hold annual reunion July 14th

The A.J. Walker, Sr. descendants held their annual reunion July 14, 2018, at the Senior Center at Mill Pond Park.

'58' family members and friends had a wonderful day of visiting, swapping memories, looking at pictures and enjoying a Silent Auction. Lunch was provided by Gage's BBQ, of San Saba, and family side dishes followed [or, as with some of us, led by] delicious sweets. The theme of the reunion this year was 'Welcome to the Walker Playhouse'.

 

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Wed
25
Jul
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TxDOT announces Annual Road Maintenance Project in cities of Breckenridge and Cisco

Texas Department of Transportation Brownwood District will begin a sealcoat project July 23 to preserve area highways in Brown, Coleman, Comanche, Eastland, Lampasas, Mills, McCulloch, San Saba and Stephens counties.

Northeastern Pavers was awarded the contract for the project, which will begin in the city of Breckenridge, in Stephens County, on Monday, July 23. This application of a seal coat in Breckenridge is anticipated to be completed in two days.

 

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Wed
25
Jul
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Ray Lubke reaches 50-year milestone for GM dealer

By Amanda Howell, Brady Standard-Herald

Hard work, loyalty and a genuine love for what you do in your chosen career are hard to come by these days. People's perspective and career ambitions can change at the drop of a hat, so when you find someone with the desire to stick with it, you give credit where credit is due.

After working for half a century as a GM dealer, a career that originated with his first business in Eden, Ray Lubke was recognized for 50 years of service to General Motors last Thursday. Members of the community attended a private ceremony and luncheon to witness the monumental event and share fond memories of Ray over the years.

 

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Wed
18
Jul
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Team Winners

Richland Springs Stars & Stripes 42 Tournament Team Winners - Mary Ann Derrick of Goldthwaite and Bobby Mask of Richland Springs won seven out of 10 games played that day.

 

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Wed
18
Jul
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First There Were Two. . . Then There Were Many

Submitted by Marilyn Brister

George H. Brister married Jessie Jewel Fox on March 17, 1918 in the Pecan Grove Community of San Saba County. One hundred years later, their descendants and special friends gathered for the annual Brister Family Reunion, June 29-July 1, 2018, at Rough Creek Ranch between San Saba and Bend.

This year's event was hosted by the Jackie Brister family, which included Jackie and Charlene Brister; Micheal, Gennifer, Dillon and Dean Brister of Bend; Gene and Janet Brister; Lauren, Joe and Tres Rodriguez, and Blain Adams of Palacios, TX; Ryan Brister of Houston; Rose Elizabeth Adams and Joe and Jacklyn Tamez of Waco; Marilyn Brister and Carl Adams of Dublin, TX; and Shari and Steve Raesz of Cherokee (recently, Dripping Springs, TX).

 

Wed
11
Jul
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Tony Booth & Darrell McCall return to the Llano Opry

The Llano Country Opry will be staged on Saturday, July 14, at the Lantex Theater in Llano, Texas. Tickets are now on sale at www.heartoftexascountry.com or by calling (325) 247-5354. Admission is $15.00 per person and the show begins at 7:30 P.M. Darrell McCall and Tony Booth will be featured. McCall and Booth will do a set of their solo hits and then they join each other for some selections off of their Survivors album that also featured the late Curtis Potter.

In 1959, McCall was contacted by Nashville producer Buddy Killen, and asked to join a pop band he was forming called The Little Dippers. The band released the top ten pop hit "Forever" in 1960. The next year, McCall was signed by Capitol Records as a solo singer releasing two singles.

 

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