Harry Clifford Sweet, Jr. December 5, 1944-May 1, 2017 Harry Clifford Sweet Jr., 72, of Houston, passed away May 1, 2017 at a Houston hospital.
Archives for May 2017
Henry Matthew Sutton July 5, 1959-April 29, 2017 Henry Matthew Sutton died April 29, 2017 surrounded by family, at the home of his sister in Salado, Texas. He was 57.
St. Stephen’s Church will be hosting the Father Charlie Davis Annual Fundraiser Golf Tournament on May 12, at Mill Creek Country Club. Teams can arrive at noon for meals and warmup, with a 1:00 p.m. Shotgun start scheduled.
To the Editor: In response to last week’s letter from Diane Wallin…. Thank you Diane, I too ask questions. I loved that you wrote to the Salado Village Voice and ask questions. You may have noticed that I ask a lot of questions too.
To the Editor: “Art Attack” weekend culminated in a storytelling event at Tablerock on Saturday night, and what a windup it was!
To the Editor: After nearly two years of delays, the Salado city limit signs are finally up. The south approach sign is nearing completion, and with some minor tweaks will be ready to tum on.
To the Editor: John Newman’s response in Thursday’s paper to the “Left Behind” article makes me feel like I was invited to the Range Restaurant for their most expensive dinner and wines, then being told “I am concerned about your finances. To give you a chance to show you are solvent, I am going to […]
Saladoans had a chance to meet Don Ferguson, the new city administrator at the end of his first day on the job May 1 and to reacquaint themselves with Rick Ashe, the new Chief of Police in Salado, during a reception at the Salado Civic Center attended by more than 50 people.
On May 6, Salado voters will decide whether a large portion of the Village will be disannexed from it or will remain within the city.
Salado Village Voice put the following questions before the seven candidates for the Village of Salado Board of Aldermen. Their answers follow. 1. With the final approval of permits for the sewer coming, will you work as an aldermen to make progress on the sewer, suggest different plans or oppose progress on the sewer? Why? […]