Evan Wall, a Salado High School basketball team member, has been selected for the 2017 American Family Insurance High School Slam Dunk and 3-Point Competition based on 3-point shooting video and game stats. He has advanced to the second round with voting continuing through March 1. This digital-voting contest features three brackets of 16 top high school 3-point […]
Archives for February 2017
The Following students from Salado placed at the Bell County Youth Fair and Livestock Show at the Bell County Expo Center.
The following Salado students had projects that sold at the Bell County Youth Fair and Livestock Show Auction on Feb. 11.
The seventh annual Salado Education Foundation Hackers Ball tees off at Mill Creek at 1 p.m. March 3.
In a competitive battle, the Eagle freshmen baseball team took a 4-2 loss in the season opener on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 against Waco Robinson’s JV2 squad.
Repairs needed on tank could cost more than $88,000 In order to complete repairs on the main tank of the Stagecoach sewer, the Village will rent a temporary tank for the location. Whether that temporary tank is part of a temporary pump-and-haul program for the treatment of wastewater for 16 commercial customers or as part […]
Ballot for May 6 will include disannexation, 7 candidates for 3 spots on Board of aldermen Disannexation of a large portion of Salado will be on the May 6 ballot, as well as a field of seven candidates for three spots on the Village of Salado board of aldermen.
Salado police chief Jack Hensley turned in his badge to Mayor Skip Blancett on Feb. 14. A day later, officer Sid Post turned in his resignation from the Salado police department effective immediately.
Special session set 11 a.m. Feb. 23 Salado aldermen have called a special session for 11 a.m. on Feb. 23 at the Village Municipal Building to interview three candidates for the City Manager position.