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City Council holds Public Hearing and regular business meeting September 11th

By Donna Webb, Reporter

Robert Hensley (center) accepts the Employee of the Month Award from Scott Glaze, Public Works Director (left) and Bob Whitten, Alderman (right).

 

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4th Quarter Blood Drive to be held Tuesday, October 2nd

The 4th Quarter San Saba County/Baylor Scott & White Blood Drive will be held on Tuesday, October 2nd. . . that's just around the corner! Have you ever wondered about what all is involved with the donating process? There are only five steps that need to be made.

 

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News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

Last week was a positive week in football. The junior high team fought hard against Marble Falls Faith Academy and but were unable to pull out the win. They lost the game by only one touchdown. Gunner Baugh had an interception and Joey Bond led the offensive attack for Cherokee. The high school football team also played Faith Academy, but their outcome was different. The Indians won their first game of the season! Coach White says, “Blaize Lopez played well under center and was 2-4 for 76 yards and a touchdown pass.”

 

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Armadillos stop the Blue Jays

By Coach Jerod Fikac

The San Saba Armadillo Football Team traveled to Georgetown last Friday night to play the Snook Blue Jays and came away with at 47-6 win to improve to 4-0 on the season.

The Armadillos again played solid defense and was able to have a balanced offensive attack to stay unbeaten. The Armadillos got off to a slow start and trailed for the first time this season, after fumbling a punt in the end zone which allowed Snook to take a 6-0 lead. That was the only score of the game for the Blue Jays as the Armadillo defense stuffed the Blue Jays for the rest of the night.

 

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Never Surrender Cancer Foundation Think Pink T-shirts on sale now

THINK PINK T-shirts on SALE now for $15. Proceeds go to the Never Surrender Cancer Foundation of San Saba County. Call the San Saba High School office at 325/372-3786. Must be prepaid to order.

 

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Pierian Study

Pictured above is the setting for the Pierian Study Club's monthly meeting held Thursday, September 13th, at the recently remodeled Gold Room in the San Saba Hotel.

 

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San Saba County Gun Club to hold 2nd annual banquet September 22nd

The San Saba County Gun Club will hold its second annual banquet on Saturday, September 22nd, starting at 6:00 p.m., to raise funds for San Saba County shooting sports. The event is being held at the San Saba Civic Center located in Mill Pond Park.

Doors will open at 5:00 p.m. to allow viewing of firearms and other merchandise that will be available to be won through games and a live auction. A meal of fried catfish and chicken will be served at 6:30 p.m., followed by the chance to take home some great prizes.

Various items have already been donated by some of our generous local merchants and more are expected to be donated. Currently, donated items include: firearms, a safe, guided fishing trip, merchandise and much, much more.

 

 

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Wiley B. Murray Post No. 27 elects new officers

By Post Adjutant

The veterans of the Wiley B. Murray Post. No. 27 met Thursday, September 13th, at the Legion Hall in San Saba for their stated meeting. Fourteen people, including one Legion Widows, were in attendance. The program was provided by Devin Cardoza, a senior of San Saba High School, who provided a report about his experiences at the 2018 Texas Boys State Convention.

Cardoza was sponsored by the Post to attend the event at the University of Texas. He spoke about the many things he learned concerning the American democratic form of government, sharing his experiences with the veterans

 

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San Saba Garden Club September Yard of the Month

August heat was too hard on everyone and their yards. After the rain showers, community lawns, flower beds and all things garden perked up again. As things started greening up, we hit the road looking for that one home and garden that spoke to us.

Yes, we found it! This yard is located at 602 W. Storey and 6th Street. Don and Brenda Riggs, along with their dogs - Joey and Mia - call this place home. Both are native to San Saba but Brenda only returned to the area recently. She and Don rekindled their 8th grade sweetheart relationship. They were married February 2017. The newlyweds have worked together to update the house built in 1955, and purchased from Jay and Kay Karney. Originally, the parsonage for the Episcopal Church just behind them, the home has been Don's residence for nine years.

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San Saba JV defeats Junction 34-0

San Saba JV: Led by #54 Leonel Aranda, #32 Kolt Sloan breaks through the line for a long run.

 

 

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