I-35 construction should be substantially completed before Thanksgiving All of the mainlanes for I-35 through Salado should be open no later than Thanksgiving, according to Mayor Skip Blancett, who has met almost weekly with James Construction representatives.
Archives for October 2016
Early voting has broken the records of 2008. So far, at the Salado early voting location, more than 2,677 have cast ballots in Precinct 203 through Nov. 1.
Spc. Bradley Michael Acker FORT HOOD, Texas – Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who was found unresponsive in his residence October 7, 2016 in Copperas Cove, Texas.
Carolyn Dunson October 3, 1941 October 12, 2016 Services for Carolyn Dunson, 75 of Salado were held Wednesday, October 12 at Grace Baptist Church with Pastor Jason Goings, officiating. Burial will be private.
By Edwin Feulner Founder, Heritage Foundation Ever seen this bumper sticker? “It will be a great day when our schools get all the money they need and the Air Force has to hold a bake sale to buy a bomber.”
by Michael Novotny, Salado ISD Superintendent Earlier this month, the Salado Historical Society dedicated a new Texas State Historic Commission historical marker at the Salado Civic Center. The marker commemorates the life of Alice Joy Gray Hamblem, who donated the land for a Salado Public School in 1924. For the following 43 years the “Red Brick […]
.I have a safety concern for pedestrians crossing the Salado Main St. bridge. Salado businesses largely depend on tourists for their income. Special events such as the Christmas Stroll, Gathering of the Clans, etc are likewise an important part of marketing Salado as a destination. There is a safety issue when two families with baby […]
Donald Trump will lose, at least it seems so. Perhaps we can prepare for a sigh of relief.. However, he has done inestimable damage to our national unity. Shakespeare said it so well, “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” In this instance his expected political […]
The recently announced merger between Salado’s two major historical organizations, the Central Texas Area Museum and the Robertson Colony-Salado College Foundation, not only creates a vibrant new history complex but also provides a fresh perspective for the people of Salado to enjoy and support.