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04
Oct
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Rylander Library's "Story Hour" begins October 11th

The "Story Hour" at the Rylander Library starts on Wednesday, October 11th at 10:00 a.m. and goes through December 20th. Every Wednesday, the children will hear a story and do a craft or other planned project.

Please mark your calendars and be sure to join us at the Rylander Library for an hour of fun for your young ones on Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. The library is located at 103 S. Live Oak St. You may call 372-3079, Monday through Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for information.

 

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Wed
04
Oct
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Decorate for Fall Challenge

By Anne Vincent

To all the San Saba businesses that have accepted the Garden Club Decorate for Fall Challenge, the San Saba Garden Club members would like to extend a loud and hearty “thank you”!

Many, many of these businesses have gotten pumpkins from the club which will use the donated funds to further the continuing projects sponsored by the club.

The unknown pumpkin fairy will continue to deliver pumpkins to some downtown doorways and to public places courtesy of the generosity and requests of City National Bank and Commercial National Bank.

 

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Wed
27
Sep
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Armadillos score late to earn come from behind victory

By Coach Jerod Fikac

The San Saba Armadillos football team mounted a strong comeback in the fourth quarter on Friday Night in Cross Plains to earn a hard fought win. The Dills fell behind 19-0 after a couple stalled drives and turnovers only to fight back before halftime to get the score to 25-20.

The first half saw the offense get out to a slow start but get its footing in the second quarter scoring three touchdowns all coming through the air. Sean O’Keefe connected with Cole Tupin for a 55 yard touchdown first then added another after a turnover connecting with Klay Prew from 4 yards out

 

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Wed
27
Sep
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Cross Plains defeats Middle School Dillos 22-6

By Coach Ronnie Schulze

The Cross Plains Middle School Buffaloes defeated the Middle School Dillos by a score of 22-6 at Rogan Field Thursday evening.

Cross Plains had one speedyback that the Dillos could not  catch. He got loose three times against the combined 7th and 8th Dillo defense.

The Dillo offense scored once, but actually threatened three more times but could not get the job done. There were times when the seventh grade offense and defense outplayed the eighth grade offense and defense.

 

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Wed
27
Sep
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My Favorite Fall Flowers

When the subject of Native Hill Country Wildflowers comes up, most folks think about bluebonnets, Indian blanket, Indian paintbrush, winecup, white prickly poppy—all things that bloom in the Spring. While I certainly like our spring flowers, I happen to like fall even more. Here are some of my favorite fall flowers, in no special order.

Gayfeather or liatris (Liatris mucronata) grows with erect stems up to 2 to 3 feet tall. The leaves are very numerous, narrow and long, and the flower head is a spire-like structure up to about a foot long. The flower head is made up of many small purple flowers with tiny purple threads or filaments sticking out, giving the flower head an interesting texture.

 

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Wed
27
Sep
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Former San Saba High School graduate and medical physician wins award from employer

Marilyn Brister, M.D., San Saba High School graduate, recently won the Texas Health Resources Foundation Health Heroes Award from her employer, Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital - Stephenville. Dr. Brister will receive this award in the fall by the Texas Health Resources Foundation. The award recognizes physicians who exemplify Texas Health's Values of respect, integrity, compassion, and excellence.

Proud parents, Jackie and Charlene Brister of Bend, were present at the banquet, held at the Fort Worth Club on September 13th, when the hospital announced the winner of this award. Mr. and Mrs. Brister credits a lot of Dr. Brister's success to the chemistry background provided by George Dennis, as well as the other outstanding teachers in the San Saba Independent School District.

 

Wed
20
Sep
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Texas expands aerial fight against mosquitoes

The Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) is expanding its effort to control mosquitoes after Hurricane Harvey and will begin aerial mosquito spraying over Harris County Thursday night. Aerial mosquito control by state contractor Clarke and the U.S. Air Force Reserve requested through FEMA started last week.

They have been working in areas prioritized based on when assistance was requested and data collected on the number of mosquitoes present.

 

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Wed
20
Sep
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Pierian Study Club holds September meeting in restored Historical Garden Club Building

By Anita Adams

The Pierian Study Club met September 14, 2017 at the beautifully restored Historical Garden Club Building with the ladies pictured serving as hostesses.

The newly restored building due to the efforts of many, is a beautiful club room with beamed ceilings and complete kitchen. The Garden Club has done so many things for our town so this is just one more of their generous gestures. They will have a Garden Club Open House on September 22, 2017 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM and visitors are encouraged to stop in and meet club members and view the historic building. It was noted that our own Susie Stewart's husband did much of the woodwork.

 

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Wed
13
Sep
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Animal Supply Points seeking livestock-related donations

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service has established Animal Supply Points for livestock and other animals in areas affected by Hurricane Harvey and has set up a phone bank to take calls from those who would like to make a donation.

“These ASPs have been set up to shelter animals and for the storing and distribution of hay and feed and as a location from which to coordinate volunteer assistance,” said Dr. Andy Vestal, AgriLife Extension emergency management specialist, College Station.

 

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Wed
13
Sep
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A New Year for the San Saba Garden Club

The regular monthly meeting of the San Saba Garden Club for the new presidential term 2012-2018 year was held Tuesday, September 5th in the recently renovated Mill Pond Building. New President Dianna Furlan welcomed members to the lovely historic building built in 1856 and refurbished by grants from the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) and the San Saba Community Foundation, by individual donations, and by hard work by the Garden Club, their family members, and other volunteers from the City Public Works, and Park Department Employees.

The first meeting showcased the attractive interior of the old building where members heard plans for the scheduled meeting with the City Council on September 12, and the Garden Club Open House on September 22, from 11:00 until 1:00. Visitors are encouraged to stop in to meet club members and view the historic building during the Open House.

 

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