Dean Mooney, Floral Manager with Brookshire Bros. Grocery will be the speaker for American Business Women’s Association at their Feb. 4 meeting.
Archives for January 2016
The Valentine Bake Sale at St. Stephen Catholic Church will again be sponsored by the St. Stephen Women’s Society.
Because Lent starts on Feb. 10 with Ash Wednesday, the sale will be early; on the weekend of Feb. 6-7.
It will be in the Marian Room of the old church, which has been remodeled into classrooms. Balloons will be at the entrance.
Chair is Anne Krause, parishioner and member of SSWS. Her plans are to decorate for Valentines Day and be available for bakers to bring their items before the Masses and have the sales after each Mass.
The Salado Community is invited to attend the Bake Sale on Sat. at 6:30 p.m. or on Sunday at 11:30 p.m. which is after the Masses.
Bernie’s now beating Hillary Clinton in the Iowa and New Hampshire polls
The problem with applying conventional wisdom to political campaigns is that it can suddenly be upended by an unconventional campaign.
The Obama administration was right when it insisted that the capture and release of 10 American sailors by Iran showed the benefits of a cooperative relationship with Tehran.
Last Tuesday evening, a personal meeting was held with Mike Killgore, President, James Construction. He was in town reviewing Salado’s construction progress and attending a Wednesday meeting with TXDoT officials. According to Mike, the construction is on schedule. What he shared next was electrifying.
To the Editor:
After your first 2016 Jewel references to College Hill’s dependence on youth, it was appropriate that young Royce Wiggin represented your staff as the only occupant at the full-house press table at another marathon evening meeting on Jan. 21.
4:50-5:25 p.m., 4300 Block Amanda Dr. Out to a patient having suicidal problems. Arrived on scene to find Scott & White Medic on scene with patient care. Patient was suffering from dementia and appeared to be getting worse, no further assist needed and all units cleared. 2 units, 3 personnel.
5:18 p.m., 100 Block Mill Creek. Disturbance, neighbors were arguing. Separated, verbal only.
By Tim Fleischer and Royce Wiggin
While Sanctuary developers have withdrawn their request for the rezoning of three acres within the Historic District, sentiment expressed during public hearings continues to be mostly opposed to the annexation and zoning of the Sanctuary development.
Narrow right of way and ancient oak trees will be costly to overcome when the Village installs a sewer collection system in the Main Street area.