Salado Lady Eagles lost two district games last week, falling in a highly-contested five-set match to Florence and losing in four to Lexington on Sept. 20. The girls will host Cameron Sept. 27. The girls traveled to Rogers on Sept. 24, but the game was after press time.
Archives for September 2013
Salado Lady Eagles swept the Academy Lady Bees to win the opening match of district play, winning at home, 25-20, 25-8 and 25-19 on Sept. 13.
Native and Adapted Plants Help Keep Rivers Flowing By John Michaelson AUSTIN, Texas – With drought conditions persisting through the state, more Texans are discovering a solution in their backyards – and putting native plants into landscaping can pay off in more ways than one.
A Troublesome Increase Among Middle-Aged Men by John Michaelson AUSTIN, Texas – September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and according to mental health experts, taking the steps to possibly save someone’s life does not require any special skills or training. Melissa Heinen, who coordinates suicide prevention services, said people who are contemplating ending their own […]
SVFD volunteers are first on the spot when lives, property are in danger Now it is our turn to be on the spot for them When the call comes, they answer it. Doesn’t matter if it is during Sunday school, dinner time with the family, the middle of a Little League baseball game or the […]
Discounts based on total household income AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is now offering eligible drivers with unpaid Driver Responsibility Program (DRP) surcharges significant reductions in fees owed as part of a new Incentive Program. In addition, drivers can now apply for the already existing Indigency Program and the new Incentive […]
Written by Robert Burns, Texas A&M University COLLEGE STATION – Within two weeks, reservoir water levels could reach an all-time low throughout the state, according to Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon, Texas State Climatologist in, College Station.
Some considered the six month extension by the US Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) in listing the Salado salamander and Georgetown salamander as endangered as a victory of sorts. But Rep. John Carter (R-31) sees it differently. Not as a victory but as an opportunity. And the battle, Rep. Carter said Sept. 5 at […]
Welcome signs will feature glasswork, sculpture by local artists They didn’t get much notice, but the Salado Community Foundation is in the process of raising $25,000 for the construction of an artistic gateway sign for the southern entrance to Salado. Tourism Department chairman Debbie Charbonneau learned that TXDOT will begin work on the gateway signs […]
Last year, Salado Athletic Booster Club funded $73,023 to Salado student athletes and athletic programs. The success of the Booster Club is due chiefly to the support of sponsors, an annual Reverse Raffle and an annual golf tournament in the spring that raises money for scholarships to qualifying Salado seniors. The Annual Athletic Booster Reverse […]