Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died Sept. 7 from injuries sustained from a motorcycle accident in Killeen, Texas.
Archives for September 2015
Services for Conrad Valentine Avila, eight years old, of Belton were held Sept. 12 at St. Joseph Episcopal Church, N. Main St., Salado, with Father Bob Bliss officiating. A viewing preceded the service and Burial followed at Rest Haven Cemetery, Belton.
Salado lead is short-lived over Rockdale Tigers
Ryan Kyburz hit Jake Harvey on the fly and Harvey dashed past a shocked Rockdale Tiger safety to score a 56 yard touchdown on the first play from scrimmage to give the Eagles a 7-0 lead less than a minute into their contest Sept. 11.
Josef Carl Bozon
Joe was born on March 28, 1927 to Josef and Millie Kubola Bozon in Florence, Texas. He spent his youth in Jarrell, Texas. After graduating from Jarrell High School, he served in the U.S. Navy during WWII and was stationed in China.
Salado Lady Eagles are 18-5 following a three-set win over the Jarrell Lady Cougars last week.
Trojans push for more than 500 yards offense
Salado Eagles struggled in every aspect of the game in their Homecoming loss to the West Trojans, who had 502 yards offense tonight at Eagle Field in their 49-6 win.
The Trojans drew blood early and often, scoring three first quarter touchdowns on drives of 58 and 60 yards and a short drive of just nine yards after Bailey Horn returned an Eagle punt 71 yards.
West took eight plays and less than two minutes to score on a 10 yard run by Kory Webre less than three minutes into the game. The Trojans scored again on a four yard run by Steven Stoermer and Horn kicked the extra point for a 14-0 lead with 7:05 left in the first.
Neighbors are on opposite sides of the fence on the issue of feeding, harvesting deer
“I will not stop chopping apples to feed to the deer on my back porch, becasue it is my right to do what I want on my property,” said one Salado resident who admitted that she has an “addiction to feeding apples to the deer.
“We think we are helping them, but we are not,” said another Salado resident who confessed to being what she called a “reformed deer feeder.” She added that feeding deer corn was akin to “giving your child a Snickers bar” every day for every meal when it can lead to serious health problems.