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Lady Dillos capture third straight District Track Title

The Lady Dillos won the District 27-28 AA Area track meet in dominating fashion as they scored 188 points with the next closest team scoring 122 points. The Lady Dillos swept all three relays and won 7 individual events on their way to capturing the Area title. The Lady Dillos will have 11 girls qualifying for the Regional track meet in 13 different events. The following young ladies will represent San Saba at the Regional track meet in Kingsville on April 26th and 27th: Ashlynn Cash, Kaleigh Ellis, Linzey Maxcey, Savannah Johnson, Kylee Eckermann, Brighton Adams, Courtnee Cash, Maritza Aguirre, Raegan Thurmond, Nojemi Martinez, and Landri Glover. At the Regional meet, the top two finishers in each event will qualify for the State track meet in Austin on May 11th. If you get a chance, congratulate these young ladies and wish them luck at Regionals! Go Dillos!

 

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Cherokee ISD FFA Wildlife Team

Cherokee ISD FFA Wildlife Team recently competed in Stephenville.

 

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Wed
17
Apr
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A Ribbon Cutting

A Ribbon Cutting was held by The San Saba County Chamber of Commerce Friday, April 5th, for Bend General Store. Bend General Store was purchased by Bret Cali one year ago. Since that time, Bret has hired a new staff, built cabin rentals, enclosed a seating area and stage for local bands and has a Market Days event the 2nd weekend of each month with a medley of vendors and live music. The store is open seven days a week from 7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. at FM 580 and FM 422 in Bend. Pictured above (l-r):Dora Miller, Chamber of Commerce President; Gabe Johnson, Debb Wright, Brittne Friar - Manager, Bret Cali - Owner and his mother, Pat Schnee; Jeremy Gonzales, Marisol Chavrria, Rick and Brenda Foster – Bret’s aunt and uncle; and Cindy Higginbotham, Chamber Executive Director.

 

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The Cherokee

The Cherokee ISD Veterinary Science Team, consisting of Raegan Bond, Brissa Baugh and Sydnie Bond, competed in San Antonio this past weekend.

 

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Ashlynn Cash

Ashlynn Cash, who has proven herself as both a hurdler and relay runner at San Saba High School, recently signed a letter of intent to compete in track and field at Tarleton State University. “I’ve enjoyed high school very much, but I’m very excited for this new chapter to take my running to another level,” said Cash. Tarleton, which is located in Stephenville, Texas, is a NCAA Division II school and competes in the Lone Star Conference. At SSHS, Cash has been to the AA-Region IV meet three times and looking to go again this year. She was the 2A Bronze Medalist last year at the State Meet with a time of 46.62, setting the new San Saba school record. She was also a part of the school's first relay team to make it the state track meet. Ashlynn currently holds the San Saba High School 300m Hurdle record, and with her teammates, the 4x200 relay and 4x400 relay records. Pictured above are: Coach Darryl Cash (left) with Ashlynn Cash and Coach Alicia Cummings.

 

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Cherokee ISD's

Cherokee ISD's UIL Academic Regional Qualifiers: Allie Berrio, Abigail Medrano, Kendall Johnson, Kyler Bordner, Wyatt Stotts, Emmanuel Medrano and Zayne Porch.

 

 

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The Texas Rangers and The San Saba Mob

Some Evidence for the Defense.

The State Closed her direct Examination, and the Defense will probably consume all of today.

The George Trowbridge murder trial was resumed yesterday in the Fifty-third District court John W. Smith, for the state, testified that he was living in San Saba in 1889. “Did you know of an organization of men in San Saba in 1889, and if so, what was it commonly called?” “Yes sir; and it was commonly known as the mob.” “Did they ever visit your home?” “Yes sir. One night about twenty or twenty-five men rode up to my house and the front one asked if that was where John Smith lived. I told them it was, and they said to me, “If you don’t stop cow stealing we will break your d---d neck,” and then they rode off, and as they went by me one of them said: “Johnny, we are telling you this for your own good.”

 

 

Thu
11
Apr
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District-wide striping project to begin next week

The Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) Brownwood District will begin a thermoplastic striping project throughout the nine counties of the district on April 10th.

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Mills County A&M Club to hold Aggie Muster

The Mills County A&M Club invites you to join us for Aggie Muster, Monday, April 22nd, in the Mills County State Bank Community Room, 1017 Parker Street in Goldthwaite. All Aggies, friends of Texas A & M, and prospective students are invited to join us for a potluck meal preceding the muster ceremony. Please be sure and bring your favorite dish to share!

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Historians of the Edwards Plateau to meet in San Saba

The 2019 spring meeting of the Edwards Plateau Historical Association (EPHA) will convene Saturday morning, May 4th, at 10:00 a.m. in the Wedding Oak Winery [free parking south of the building], located at 316 East Wallace Street in San Saba. Registration and coffee service begins at 9:30 a.m.

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