Salamanders, sewers, Sesquicentennial, Sanctuary and so much more A salamander, a sewer system, a Sesquicentennial, Sirena and a Sanctuary. These are just a few of the all-important and alliterative things to happen in Salado during 2014.
Archives for 2014
Christmas and New Year services listed here Salado area churches will have special services for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day as well as New Year’s Watch Night Services.
King James Version: The Gospel According to St. Luke, Chapter 2 1 And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed.
Full closure still planned for Thursday Tomorrow’s mainlane closure canceled due to chance of rain The Northbound Mainlance closure scheduled for tonight (Tues. Dec. 16) is canceled. This was shown as #2A below. The bridge pour was completed last night and the subcontractor scheduled for the striping maintenance work tonight will not be available for the work.
Sen. Perry files bill to adjust UIL playoff system LUBBOCK, TX – Today, Senator Charles Perry filed […]
Salado Christmas Stroll Calendar of Events Thursday Dec. 4-Sunday December 7, 2014 Thursday, December 11-Sunday, December 14,2014
Salado Village Voice publishers Tim and Marilyn Fleischer chosen to be Stroll Parade Grand Marshals Salado will kick off its annual Christmas Stroll with a Main Street parade at 5 p.m. Dec. 4. The Christmas Stroll Parade will begin at the corner of Royal and Main St. and proceed north to the Salado Civic Center for […]
Annual lunch features soups from Salado restaurants, B&Bs and handmade bowls to add to your collection Tickets are only available at the door for the annual Salado Empty Bowl Project 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 22 at the Salado Intermediate School. For just $20, you can purchase a handmade bowl by area potters, fill it with […]
Historical chapel, beautiful homes part of Christmas Stroll event The 2014 Salado Historical Society Christmas Tour of Homes will feature seven sites, December 5-7. The tour is comprised of a variety of uniquely decorated establishments ranging from historical to modern. The highlights of this year’s tour include a quaint historical church and Salado’s rustic log […]
“The future looks very, very bright for Salado.” Mayor Skip Blancett said this tonight while celebrating the results of two local option elections. Village of Salado approved a $10.55 million bond election for the construction of a sewer system for the business district and west side of I-35 in a heavily contested race with 579 […]