Salado 41 Academy 33 Salado Eagles outlasted the Academy Bees on their home court 41-33 on Dec. 18.
Archives for December 2015
Salado 30 Gatesville 46 Salado Lady Eagles struggled through a two-point third quarter in a 30-46 loss on the road to the Gatesville Lady Hornets on Dec. 18.
Young man stops to help elderly To the Editor: Just a note to say a big “Thank You and “God bless” to a guardian angel, Ronnie Cloud.
Privilege to live in Salado To the Editor: What a joy it is to drive and walk through our beautiful village during the Christmas season.
Dear Editor: It is such a blessing to call Salado my home town. Our little town is filled with the most generous people. I have been involved with Salado Family Relief for 10 years now, and I am always amazed with the local support. I want to thank all the local Restaurants and Bed & […]
A Victory for All American Private Property Owners by U.S. Sen. John Cornyn and Rep. Mac Thornberry Imagine that you had worked hard to purchase a piece of property, pay your taxes on the land, and plan to pass it along to your children for their use and enjoyment. All seems well until an […]
The trophy mansion is the most ostentatious game of billionaire one-upmanship yet. The uber-rich like to collect trophies as proof of their unsurpassed uberness.
Most broadly popular candidates are also the most talented and reliably conservative A funny thing is happening on the way to the GOP meltdown.
Stroll weekends kick off holiday season in Salado Two great weeks of Stroll have occurred with many people visiting, shopping, and enjoying the lights, the spirit, and the hospitality of Salado.
Billy Joe Rouser December 14, 2015 Billy Joe Rouser, of Houston, formerly of Salado, Texas, passed away on Monday, the 14th of December 2015, after an inspiring 21-month battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 80 years of age.