“There is no quick fix. There is no cheap fix. The problem will not go away. The longer you wait, the more expensive it will be.” Derrick Wolter, a biologist with the Texas Parks & Wildlife, told a room full of Saladoans this about addressing the problems associated with a growing population of white […]
Archives for November 2016
The final score of 34-14 didn’t truly capture the drama of the Salado Eagles’ final game of the season in their loss to the Bellville Brahmas. The Brahmas will face the top team in state this week playing West Orange Stark. Had a couple of fourth downs turned out differently, the score would have been […]
Salado aldermen will consider amending the Weapons Ordinance to include missiles of any type. The board will consider the amendment to the Weapons Ordinance at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 17.
Almost a decade since Salado won a playoff game The last time the Salado Eagles got to the Area round of the football playoffs, they gave former head coach Jeff Cheatham a near-perfect 13-1 record, eventually losing in the State Semi-finals to Tatum.
Village and Foutz reach agreement on exit The Village of Salado announced Nov. 14 that it had “reached mutually acceptable terms” with Kim Foutz and had executed an exit agreement with the Village Administrator. The cost of that exit has exceeded $100,000, almost 10 percent of the total annual budget for the Village.