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Wed
15
Mar

Richland Springs One Act Play advances to Bi-District

By Patsy Hall

The Tragedy of Macbeth by William Shakespeare was named the first place play at the District 16A contest in Bangs, on March 9th. The play advanced to the Bi-District meet to be held in Sterling City on March 22nd.

Kenneth Faught received an Outstanding Technician Award; Nathan Stevens and Jacey Gos- Richland Springs One Act Play advances to Bi-District By Patsy Hall sett received Honorable Mention All Star Cast Awards; Cody Pardy received All Star Cast; and Peyton Sloan received the Best Actor award.

 

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Wed
15
Mar

Jordan Gossett selected to 18th Texas Roundup All-Star Game

Jordan Gossett, a senior at Richland Springs High School, has been selected as one of the top basketball players in Texas and invited to participate in the 18th Texas Roundup All-Star game to be held on March 18th in Maypearl, Texas.

The Texas Roundup, considered one of the state's most prestigious events, selects the state's top 24 boys and 24 girls from Class 1A, 2A, 3A and 4A schools. Players selected are chosen from hundreds of nominations statewide. Recruiters across the state participate as advisors in the Texas Roundup selection process.

 

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Wed
15
Mar

Corps of Cadets Marksmanship Unit wins National Championship

Texas A&M University's Corps of Cadets Marksmanship Unit (CCMU) took the Scholastic Action Shooting Program Collegiate Pistol Championship's top prize this past weekend in Talladega, Alabama. The four-man winning squad was composed of Kyle Post, Nick Mrak, John Burton, and Wade Ledbetter.

Kyle Post also won first place in the best overall time and Wade Ledbetter won second place for best overall time. CCMU member, Savannah Butters, won Top Woman Best Time. Other teams competing included West Point, Florida State University, Michigan State University, Bob Jones University, the University of Vermont, and John Brown University.

 

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Wed
08
Mar

Scottish Rite Club to meet March 14th

by Jan K. Huffstetler, 32°, President

The San Saba Scottish Rite Club will hold its quarterly meeting on Tuesday, March 14th at the Lodge hall in San Saba. A meal of pulled pork will be provided by Gary E. Farley. Supper will be served at 6:30 p.m.

Members are asked to provide a complimentary covered side dish, bread, salad or dessert. All Freemasons and their guests are invited.

Scottish Rite Masons are reminded to wear their hats and regalia.

 

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Wed
08
Mar

San Saba Tennis Team qualifies for the 3A & Under State Team Tennis Tournament

By Coach Ralph Cox

The San Saba Tennis Team qualified for the 3A & Under State Team Tennis Tournament for the 21st year in a row and 25 years altogether. In the regional semi-final match San Saba defeated Academy High San Saba Tennis Team qualifies for the 3A & Under State Team Tennis Tournament By Coach Ralph CoxSchool 12 to 7.

In the finals San Saba lost to Early High School 7 to 12. The top two teams from each region advance to the State Tournament on March 10 & 11. There will be 16 teams from 8 regions at the State Tournament.

 

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Wed
08
Mar

San Saba 4-H Members compete in District Food Challenge Competition

By Melanie Potter

The opportunity to be creative and demonstrate cooking skills has come around again for our local 4-H members with the annual District Food Challenge competition, held this year in conjunction with the San Angelo Stock Show.

Our local team from the Cherokee Club consisted of Kendall Johnson, Gracie Perry, and Dillon Sandlin.

 

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Wed
01
Mar

Night at the Museum this Saturday

by Lynn Blankenship

Are you ready to celebrate Texas Independence Day with us in Mill Pond Park? Tents are going up. Lights are being strung in the trees and beginning Saturday morning, the street between the Museum and Gazebo will be closed to traffic. If you have not already bought your ticket at Alamo Pecan, Harry’s, J. C. Campbell’s or any of the three banks, they will be available at the Ticket Tent located in the street between the museum and gazebo.

 

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Wed
01
Mar

The Tragedy of Macbeth presented this Sunday by RSHS One Act Play

This Sunday, March 5th, RSHS One Act Play will present their contest show, scenes from The Tragedy of Macbeth. This is a dark and ominous play, suggestive of a world turned topsy-turvy by foul and unnatural crimes. The major conflicts are the one within Macbeth between his excessive ambition and his sense of right and wrong, and the struggle between evil, represented by Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, and the best interests of the nation, represented by Malcolm and Macduff. 

 

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Wed
01
Mar

San Saba City Council holds regular session February 14th

By Donna Webb, Reporter

The San Saba City Council held a regular session on Tuesday, February 14th, in the Council Chambers. Mayor Kenneth Jordan called the session to order, welcomed everyone, and announced a quorum present at this meeting. Mayor Jordan then gave the invocation and led flag pledges. The following Council members were in attendance: Ken Jordan, Mayor; Mark Amthor, Mayor Pro-Tem; Oleta Behrens, Alderman; Charles Peeler, Alderman; and Stan Weik, City Manager. Shawn Oliver, Alderman, and Robert Whitten, Alderman, were absent.

 

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Wed
22
Feb

Jerry Whitt to speak at Rylander Library

The Friends of the Rylander Library will welcome author, Jerry Whitt, to the library next Monday, February 27th beginning at 2:00 p.m.

Mr. Whitt will speak about his historical novel, The List, a fascinating and suspenseful journey through Civil War era Texas and the post-war West. He will explain how his real-life experiences and travel gave him the inspiration to begin writing.

 

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