Meeting on June 28 will address future of 100 year old building By Stephanie Hood A renewed effort to preserve the Willingham Spring Baptist Church and School is underway and interested community members are invited to tour the site and discuss the future of the 100 year old building. A meeting of descendants and preservationists […]
Archives for June 2014
Paving project will close portions of southbound interstate in southern Bell County Bell County – The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will temporarily close portions of southbound I-35, near Granger Road (exit 279) south of Salado and the Safety Rest Areas, Monday and Tuesday nights, June 16 & 17 from 7PM to 7AM.
William Allen Upton, also known as PawPaw, passed away on June 11, 2014.
(photos by Jessica Flynn) Arts camps will spur your imagineers to new heights this summer The Silver Spur Arts Academy (SSAA), invites you and your children, ages 4 to 18, to celebrate creativity this summer in the heart of Salado.
Eagles tie 2A record second straight year, scoring heavy in spring events Salado High School has won the UIL Lone Star Cup for the second year in a row! University Interscholastic League (UIL) announced the winners June 12 and Salado has repeated as Lone Star Champions.
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Aerial ballet in ancient oaks of Salado’s Pace Park One-of-a-kind performance July 25 Blue Lapis Light will be dancing in the ancient oak trees of Pace Park in a free performance at 9 p.m. July 25. This mesmerizing aerial ballet will “feature dancers in aerial silks suspended from trees and on tiger stands,” according to […]
Melvin Wilhelm Friedrich May 23, 1928 May 29, 2014 Melvin Wilhelm Friedrich 86 of Salado, died on May 29, 2014 with family and friends at his side.