Salado Lady Eagles continue to hold on to the top spot in the 4A soccer poll with convincing wins over district opponents last week.
Archives for February 2016
Salado Lady Eagles started the softball season with a demonstrable win over the Jarrell Lady Cougars Feb. 19, getting 13 hits and 12 runs and holding the Cougars to three runs on four hits.
Salado Eagles are in second place in district soccer with a 4-1 record after shutting out the Lampasas Badgers last week. Liberty Hill holds on to first place in district.
Salado Eagles lost their chance at the fourth-place playoff spot for District 25-4A when they fell to the Lampasas Badgers 45-59 on Feb. 19 at Liberty Hill.
Wimberley Lady Texans put an end to the Salado Lady Eagles season with a 55-36 at Leader Rouse High School Feb. 16 in the first round of the playoffs.
New service announced for I-35 travelers
Travelers can now get notices of closures and traffic incidents for I-35 throughout the Waco District spanning from Hill County to southern Bell County sent directly to their cell phones.
As a herpetologist (one who studies reptiles and amphibians), I have spent the majority of my time researching the former group. However, there is a species of amphibian that has always intrigued me, not only due to its large size, but because of its uses to man as a food source, as well as a bait item. This species is the familiar Bullfrog.
For an outstanding evening, Salado has gathered the local artists who create visual art—painting, sculpting, pottery with the growing group of experiential artists—winemaking, culinary, art to showcase Salado’s surging art community.
Salado aldermen voted unanimously Feb. 18 for the zoning of 57.985± acres to Planned Development District-Commercial and then voted 4-1 for the zoning and rezoning of two properties totaling 251.187± acres to Planned Development-Mixed Use.
Super Tuesday is soon upon Texas voters as they go to the polls in political primaries 7 a.m.-7 p.m. March 1.