Two Leadership teams advance to State contest Salado FFA members competed in Leadership Development Events. The CenTex FFA District Leadership contest was held Nov. 13. Area competition was held Nov. 21.
Archives for November 2015
Salado gets sportsmanship trophy Salado Lady Eagles struggled against their red dirt opponents at the Polk City Tournament in Abilene Nov. 19-21 but came home with the Sportsmanship Trophy before the Thanksgiving break. The girls will host teams from around the state during the Coach Smith Tournament Dec. 1-3.
Tatum leads Salado with 21 points, 19 from free throw line Justin Tatum scored 19 of his game-high 21 points from the free throw line, where he went 19 of 24 to lead the Salado Eagles past Marble Falls Faith Academy in the basketball season opener at home Nov. 20.
Jenny Wiggin Potter- Colorist, Hairstylist at Expressions, 3126 South 31st St. across from HEB in Temple. (254) 774-9751.
Advanced directives give people choice By Dr. David R. Grube My mom paid a painful price for not completing an advance directive about her preferences for end-of-life medical care. She was an intelligent and organized woman who had everything in her and my dad’s life planned out and written down. She even drafted her own […]
To the Editor: I’m weary of the mayor sermonizing and cheerleading in his segment in the Salado Village Voice. What bothers me is the incessant underlying message that the mayor is trying to keep the Salado flock on the correct path — albeit and arguably his path — using questionable methods.
Salado Lady Eagles 55 McGregor Lady Bulldogs 61 Salado Lady Eagles played McGregor on the road Nov.17.
Our lot has improved in ways that are unimaginable We live in an age of miracles. Throughout all of human history, material progress essentially didn’t exist until around 1800. The economic trajectory was flat until the human lot began to improve in ways that would have been unimaginable in prior millennia.
Putting things in perspective. Kim Hill lives a long days drive from here. Diagnosed with acute lymphatic leukemia at age three, she remembers, “Days of chemotherapy and radiation treatments were painful and frightening. I never felt good when I was little. I always had pain, terribly nauseated, and stuck with big, long needles. I was […]
Christmas Stroll weekends Dec. 4-6 and 11-13 Salado will kick off its annual Christmas Stroll with a Main Street parade at 5 p.m. Dec. 3. Entries are now being accepted for the parade, which will begin at the corner of Royal and Main St. and proceed north to the Salado Civic Center for hot chocolate […]