The eighth annual GeekFest opens Aug. 18 on the campus of Central Texas College. The weekend-long event features several gaming tournaments, cosplay demonstrations, workshops, costume contest, tabletop gaming, a film festival and other activities. A celebration of all things science fiction, gaming, anime, technology and fantasy, GeekFest events will be held at the Mayborn Science […]
Archives for August 2017
The Salado Citizen Academy Fall 2017 course will begin Wednesday, Sept. 20, at the Salado Civic Center. Participants will meet every Wednesday for 7 weeks.
Job number one for Congress, as I noted in a recent column, is repealing Obamacare. But cutting taxes is a close second. Of course, the whole system needs an overhaul. We want to unleash economic growth and prosperity. Tax cuts are a crucial first step toward that, but we need full reform to get us […]
The first thing to know about the instantly infamous “anti-diversity screed” written by a Google software engineer is that it isn’t anti-diversity or a screed.
The Art Fair Saturday brought together Service Organization and Volunteers.
Consider this a requiem for a Grand Dame. Or perhaps it will be a clarion call. Passing through the 25 booths for 20 artists that comprised this year’s 51st Annual Salado Art Fair was awkward, embarrassing and painful on many levels. It is doubtful that more than 1,000 people passed through the gates of the […]
A project to add sidewalks, lighting and bicycle trails on Main Street through Salado could be put out for bid in 2019.
Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will conduct a public meeting to discuss improvements to FM 2268 (Main Street) in Salado. The improvements would extend from Salado Plaza Drive to College Hill Drive. This project would consist of constructing sidewalks, providing pavement striping for bicycles, installing lighting and replacing the culvert at Campbell Branch Creek. The […]