On Nov. 7, voters will have a chance to consider seven constitutional amendments proposed by the 85th Legislature. The proposed amendments cover a wide range of topics, including property taxes, raffles, home equity loan provisions, and more. Early voting starts Oct. 23 and ends Nov. 3.
Archives for October 2017
Salado man gathers with friends and supporters at Johnny’s Steaks Dr. Brad Buckley invited Saladoans to a meet and greet at Johnny’s Steaks and Bar-be-que on Oct. 16. Dr. Buckley announced his candidacy for House District 54 on Sept. 26.
Salado man has served as 169th District Judge for 17 years Judge Gordon G. Adams of Salado announced this week his intent to file for re-election to the position of Judge of the 169th District Court.
The Salado Education Foundation was founded in 1999. Since then this 501(c)(3) non-profit organization has donated $385,250 in student scholarships and $118,537 in teacher grants.
May 9, 1927 October 10, 2017 Funeral services for Gerald Jackson Bridges, 90, of Belton will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, October 13, 2017 at the Harper-Talasek Funeral Home Chapel in Belton with Pastor Steven Vaughn, Chaplain Bruce Mercer, Byron Mauldin and Pastor Dan Cockrell officiating. Burial will follow at North Belton Cemetery […]
Now is the perfect time to begin Christmas shopping. One of the best places to view “the latest” Christmas decorations and styles is at the Salado Chamber of Commerce Ladies Auxiliary Christmas in October scheduled for 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 13-14 at The Venue on College Street (near the corner of Royal Street and College […]
CW4 Derrick Anthony Walker FORT HOOD, Texas – Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died of a long-term illness October 5, 2017 in San Antonio, Texas.
Salado ISD is member of 6-district coop Our school district is a member of the Bell County Special Education Cooperative. The six school districts that participate in this Coop are Academy, Bartlett, Holland, Rogers, Salado and Troy. Students with significant disabilities can continue to qualify to attend public school until they are 22 years of […]