Our long range facilities planning committee has met three times so far. We have reviewed the functional capacities of our schools (based on the number of classrooms and square footage): [Read more…]
Archives for October 2017
Police chief leads workshop on stopping losses due to theft and fraud
The best way that shop owners and employees can prevent shoplifting and theft is to provide excellent customer service.
“Greet them when they walk in the door. Look them in the eye. Engage them in conversation. Pay attention to them,” Salado Police Chief Rick Ashe told local businesses gathering for an Oct. 19 morning workshop on loss prevention prior to the Salado Chamber of Commerce board of directors meeting.
The Barton House property at 101 N. Main Street sold to Clinton Harwell on Oct. 20.
Richard Sapp has announced his intention to file as a candidate for Bell County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2.
Salado ISD administrators notified the Bell County Sheriff’s Department on the afternoon of October 24 that an eighth grade student brought a handgun to school.
Fourteen businesses were honored at the school board meeting held this past Monday, October 16, for their outstanding support of the students and schools in our school district. We are grateful for the generosity of the following businesses and their commitment to help make a real difference for our kids and our community:
The Armstrong Community Improvement Association will hold its annual Halloween Carnival 6 p.m. Saturday, October 21 at the Armstrong Community Center located South of Belton on 7800 Armstrong Road, Belton
The carnival offers fun for the entire family to include: Bingo for Prizes, An Old Fashioned Cake Walk, Games for Children, A Haunted House, Raffles, An Auction and Concessions. Barbeque sandwiches, nachos and sausage wraps will be available along with baked goods. The Halloween Carnival has been a tradition for almost 90 years and is the primary fund-raising event for the Community Center. Funds are used to improve/restore the community center which once served as a two room school house.
Bell County clerk Shelley Coston, will discuss Finding your Roots in Bell County at the Salado Historical Society Annual Chili Supper Nov. 6 at the Salado Church of Christ.
The Ladies Auxiliary welcomed more than 1,000 to Salado during the annual Christmas in October event at The Venue last week.
This annual event acts as a preview to the Christmas season and will feature the wares of local and area merchants on display inside a beautiful setting at The Venue on College Street.