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Seventh grade Dillos hook Harper Longhorns 22-6

By Coach Ronnie Schulze

San Saba’s Seventh Grade Dillos traveled to Harper Thursday afternoon and came home with an exciting 22-6 victory. Both teams played pretty evenly for over three quarters before the Dillos took the lead.

San Saba kicked to Harper to begin the contest. The Dillo Defense led by Jaxzen Mask, Aiden Martinez,Dylan Ware, Zuriel Herrera, Noah Martinez, Tegen Saiz, Daylon Smith, Jesus Betancourt, Christian Ramirez, Tyler Johnson, Rene Guerrero, and Ivan Canedo forced the Horns to give up the pigskin.

 

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News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

Last week was a short but very busy week here at Cherokee ISD. The fifth graders went to San Saba for Agricultural Safety Day. They had a lot of fun and learned so much. A big thanks goes to the LCRA for putting this event together each year.

In sports news, the junior high football team played against Zephyr here in Cherokee. In the first quarter Eric Miller scored 3 touchdowns.

 

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San Saba Garden Club holds October meeting

By Anne Vincent

The October San Saba Garden Club, with Dianna Furlan, presiding, met Tuesday, October 3rd, in the historic Mill Pond Building. Seventeen members were present and were joined by new member, Georgia Harris.

Committee reports included an update on pumpkin sales and the "Decorate for Fall Challenge," followed by a report from Becky Whitley on the Open House to introduce the newly refurbished Mill Pond Building to the San Saba community. The Open House had approximately 100 visitors and guests on September 22nd.

 

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Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service to offer Professional Food Manager certification training course

Statistics indicate that foodborne illness continues to be a health issue in the United States. Each year, 1 in 6 Americans will become sick, 128,000 will become hospitalized, and 3,000 will die due to a foodborne illness.

Central Texas County food establishments typically fall under the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) jurisdiction each food establishment is required to have one certified food manager on site.

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, San Saba County, is offering a professional Food Manager certification training course. This program will be offered for $125.00 on October 23-24, 2017 at the San Saba Civic Center. Cost includes training, materials, and a national Food Manager certification examination. The Food Manager's certification will be valid for five years.

 

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Down Memory Lane

25 Years Ago
October 8, 1992

(Front Page) "Golding Motors Honored for 54 Years of Service": TADA Field Manager Swan Froseth presented the Gold Select Circle award 2 weeks ago to T.P. Golding, Paul, and Kenneth Golding who own and operate Golding Motors, Inc.

"Rotary Club Wild Game Dinner": The San Saba Rotary Club is looking for cooking teams to enter their first Wild Game Dinner to be held at the J. Miles building on Saturday, November 21, 1992. The meat for the contest will be furnished.

 

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What are the Experts Saying About Taking Care of the Hill Country?

I recently attended the Annual Leadership Conference of the Hill Country Alliance (HCA). The HCA is one of my favorite organizations, for several reasons.

First, its focus is the land, the water and the people of the Hill Country. One of their main activities is to host educational events to help educate the public about various ecological issues in the Hill Country.

One of their main strengths is that they bring together individuals and organizations that might not ever talk to each other but who have knowledge and expertise in important areas of land management, water conservation and use, and the general health of the Hill Country habitat. These folks include ranchers, farmers, landowners, government agency experts, business and industry people and elected officials—all people who have a stake in the future of the Hill Country.

 

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Cherokee High School 2017 Homecoming Queen Lexi Wagner

Cherokee ISD’s 2017 Homecoming Queen, Lexi Wagner, escorted by her father, Robert Wagner and Kohlton Harding.

 

 

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San Saba County Historical Commission's 2017 Christmas Ornament

The 2017 Christmas Ornament from the San Saba County Historical Commission depicts the original San Saba County Museum. This cedar log stable (circa 1865) built on the Charles Harris ranch was donated by the Kuykendall family and moved to Mill Pond Park in 1965. The stable is now preserved within the current museum building. Through October, you can visit the museum Saturdays and Sundays from 1:30 until 4:00.

The Museum ornament is now available at the Rylander Memorial Library, G&R Grocery and at J.C. Campbell & Co Mercantile. You can also contact Lynn Blankenship at 325/372-8807 or <jerlyn@centex.net>.

 

 

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San Saba County Commissioners Court holds various meetings

Special agenda meeting held September 25th and public hearing and regular meeting on September 28th. Salary Grievance Committee votes in response to County Attorney’s request for salary increase

By Donna Webb

For the sake of space, the following agenda items for both meetings have been combined:

- Take Possible Action Concerning Burn Ban (Current Status: Enacted 07/24/2017):

Decisions: September 25th: The Court continued to keep the Burn Ban effective as of this date. September 28th: The Court unanimously approved to lift the Burn Ban as of this date.

- Approve or Reject Proposed Amendments and/or Line Item Transfers:

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San Saba defeats Valley Mills

Quarterback Sean O’Keefe receives the ball as #74 Damon Ramos and #61 Ernesto Aguirre prepare to block. Photo by Buddy Whitley

 

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