Salado could face loss of $165,195.65 in M&O tax revenues if voters approve exit If approved by the voters in the Village of Salado May 6, the disannexation of a large — almost entirely residential — portion of the Village could result in the loss of just over $170 million in market value.
Archives for March 2017
Salado Eagles took third place in the West baseball tournament March 3-5, losing to Robinson Rockets, which won the tournament. Salado crushed Fairfield in the first round of the Tournament, tallying 11 hits and 16 runs for the shut out on March 3. Fairfield had just two hits, both singles. Drew Dobbins went three innings […]
Salado ranked in top 5 in 4A soccer Salado varsity Eagles have shut out 15 opponents this year, a school record for the soccer program. The boys are 18-1 and 10-0 on the year. The Eagles are ranked #4 in the state by maxpreps.com unofficial poll. Last week, they shut out both Jarrell and Academy. […]
Annie Ewton was on fire last week with hat tricks against Jarrell and Academy last week. Salado is 13-4-1 and 9-1 in district as of presstime for this edition and will face Lampasas on March 10.
Salado varsity Eagles have shut out 15 opponents this year, a school record for the soccer program. The boys are 18-1 and 10-0 on the year. Last week, they shut out both Jarrell and Academy. The last time an opponent has scored against the Eagles was Feb. 10.
Salado Historical Society learns of Land Office programs It is the oldest agency in Texas, created when Texas was a young Republic.
Most, if not all, herpetologists can attribute their involvement with reptiles and amphibians with a fascination of dinosaurs when they were young. It was definitely the case with me, and I can remember the summer days of my childhood observing a modern-day dinosaur, the Eastern Collared Lizard, often coined the name “Mountain Boomer” by those […]
Salado comes alive along with the freshness and newness of Spring in Texas during Wildflower Weekend. Activities and events will be held throughout the Village for any age group to enjoy. The fun begins Friday night and continues into Sunday afternoon. March 24