J.D. Gulley J.D. Gulley was born on September 14, 1936 in Rosston, Arkansas to the late DeWillie Gulley and Ruby Clark-Gulley. He accepted Christ at an early age and was a member of First Baptist Church of Salado. In 1954, J.D. enlisted with the United States Army. He retired in 1987 after 32.5 years of […]
Bell County Public Health District has confirmed a travel-related case of Zika virus in Bell County. The male traveler was infected with the virus while in a known Zika region outside of the United States. There is no evidence of local transmissions. This is the first confirmed case in Bell County, and the 60th case of […]
James Construction Group will close NORTHBOUND I35 MAIN LANES at 7 p.m. tonight thru 7 a.m. Wednesday morning. The April 26 closure will affect the right northbound lane from Salado Plaza Drive to just north of the 2484 bridge to facilitate single slope barrier and attenuator replacement. The closure is not expected to affect the […]
TxDoT has scheduled several highway closures over the next few days. Friday August 14 I-35 will have a Slow Lane closure on the South Bound Main Lanes South of the Amity Overpass to FM 2484. The closure will begin at 12AM and will be open by 7AM. Southbound traffic will be restricted to the fast lane from Amity Road […]
Bell County’s first sheriff lived in this 1850 cabin Salado, Texas: A log cabin built by Bell County’s first Sheriff is now the home of the Village of Salado Visitors Center and Chamber of Commerce office on Main Street in Salado.
Meeting on June 28 will address future of 100 year old building By Stephanie Hood A renewed effort to preserve the Willingham Spring Baptist Church and School is underway and interested community members are invited to tour the site and discuss the future of the 100 year old building. A meeting of descendants and preservationists […]