Saladoans are invited to the annual Easter Sunrise Service, beginning at 7 a.m. April 16 in Salado’s Pace Park.
Archives for April 2017
Out Run Rare Cancer 5K run/walk will be 9 a.m. May 20 starting at the Salado Civic Center.
By Ling Hwey Jeng, Ph.D., director of the School of Library and Information Studies at Texas Woman’s University and incoming president of the Texas Library Association Libraries are changing. While traditional activities such as borrowing books or reading still dominate use of libraries, Pew Research Institute studies show the American public today relies on libraries […]
To the Editor: I consider Nancy Snead a long time friend of my family. Her children and my children went to Salado schools together back in the early 80’s. I respect her as an educator, citizen and a person who still has her independent spirit about her.
Judy Fields Born and raised in Odessa, Texas. Married, three children. EDUCATION: Odessa High School; Texas Western College (UTEP) CIVIC ENGAGEMENT: Salado Resident 10 years: • Salado Historical Society—Director 7 years • Ladies Auxiliary—10 years • Salado Area Republican Women • Citizens Emergency Response Team • Citizens On Patrol • Tourism Board–4 years •Offer Free Tours […]
If the disannexation election is successful on May 6, it is likely to be litigated. One issue will be whether the disannexed properties will be liable for their pro rate share of the $8.2 million in bonds sold for the Salado sewer system.
Questions about the metes and bounds of the proposed disannexation area arose at the April 8 town forum on Disannexation. The questions may linger long after the May 6 election, to be finally determined by the courts.
Keep Texas Beautiful recently announced The Salado Six as a winner of the 2017 Keep Texas Beautiful Awards – Civic Organization Award – Project, one of the awards it bestows to honor those who protect the Texas environment and support the organization’s mission to make Texas the cleanest, most beautiful state in the nation. The […]
To the Editor: I’ve lived in Salado since 1980 and yes, my taxes are frozen. It is important to recognize that established folks over 65 have paid city, county, and school taxes for many years. In my case, I have paid taxes locally for almost 30 years. Just because our taxes are now frozen, and […]