Ordinance would take food trucks out of itinerant vendor and implement further regulations on them
By Tim Fleischer Editor-in-Chief
Salado aldermen will consider the regulation of mobile food vehicles at its June 21 meeting after conducting the first reading of the Mobile Food Truck ordinance at its June 7 meeting.
Currently mobile food trucks are regulated under the itinerant vendor ordinance.
Salado BoA set to adopt regulations on fowl
By Tim Fleischer Editor-in-Chief
Salado aldermen will seek to regulate the keeping of chickens on residential properties within the Village and approved the first reading of the so-called Chicken Ordinance at its June 7 meeting.
The second reading and final approval of the ordinance is scheduled for aldermen’s June 21 meeting.
Each owner makes its mark on 1874 Stinnett Mill
By: Charlene Carson
January 1874 promised to be a happy and prosperous new year for Texans. The state was no longer under the harsh Reconstruction policies that were put in place following the Civil War. With the end of Reconstruction, the state of Texas was allowed to return to self-government which put the control of Texas, once again, in the hands of her own citizens. This fostered an attitude of hope and a climate of prosperity.
Village allows golf carts on streets with speed limits of 35 mph or less
By Tim Fleischer, Editor-in-Chief
Salado aldermen postponed amending the current Golf Cart Ordinance to require that driver’s license and age requirement for operators of golf cart on public streets.
Like many municipalities in Texas, the Village of Salado allows the operation of golf carts on roads with posted speed limits of 35 mph or less, but implements requirements that meet the state standards in most respects.
|08/03/18||Jarrell High School Lady Cougars||Jarrell High School||08:00 AM|
|08/04/18||Gateway Prep High School Gators||Salado High School Gym||09:00 AM|
|08/07/18||Troy High School Lady Trojans||Troy High School stadium||06:00 PM|
|08/09/18||Fairfield High School Eagles||Fairfield Eagle Stadium||TBA|
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|08/11/18||Fairfield High School Eagles||Fairfield Eagle Stadium||TBA|
|08/14/18||Ellison High School Eagles||Ellison High School||06:30 PM|
|08/16/18||Gatesville Girls Tournament||Gatesville High School||TBA|
|08/17/18||Gatesville Volleyball Tournament||Gatesville High School||TBA|
|08/17/18||Snook High School Bluejays||Salado High School Gym||06:00 PM|
|08/18/18||Gatesville Volleyball Tournament||Gatesville High School||TBA|
|08/21/18||Mexia High School Lady Black Cats||Mexia High School||06:30 PM|
|08/23/18||Academy High School Lady Bumblebees||Academy High School||TBA|
|08/24/18||Rogers High School Lady Eagles||Salado High School Gym||06:30 PM|
|08/25/18||Academy High School Lady Bumblebees||Academy High School||TBA|
|08/28/18||Jarrell High School Lady Cougars||Salado High School Gym||06:00 PM|
|08/31/18||Academy High School Lady Bumblebees||Academy High School||04:30 PM|
|09/04/18||Cedar Creek High School Eagles||Salado High School Gym||06:30 PM|
|09/07/18||Llano High School Lady Yellowjackets||Salado High School Gym||06:00 PM|
|09/11/18||Valley Mills High School Lady Eagles||Salado High School Gym||06:00 PM|
|09/14/18||Gatesville Lady Hornets Lady Hornets||Gatesville High School||05:30 PM|
|09/18/18||Crawford High School Lady Pirates||Salado High School Gym||06:00 PM|
|09/21/18||Lampasas High School Lady Badgers||Salado High School Gym||05:00 PM|
|09/25/18||Austin Eastside Memorial Panthers||Salado High School Gym||06:00 PM|
|09/28/18||Liberty Hill High School Lady Panthers||Liberty Hill High School||06:00 PM|
|10/02/18||Taylor High School Lady Ducks||Salado High School Gym||06:00 PM|
|10/05/18||Burnet High School Lady Bulldogs||Burnet High School||06:00 PM|
|10/09/18||Lampasas High School Lady Badgers||Lampasas High School||06:00 PM|
|10/16/18||Liberty Hill High School Lady Panthers||Salado High School Gym||06:00 PM|
|10/23/18||Burnet High School Lady Bulldogs||Salado High School Gym||06:00 PM|
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Jones partners with Robertson to promote Salado
1869 – 1884
By Charlene Carson, Historian
After enduring four years of the Civil War and five years of harsh reconstruction policies, Texas, in 1870, was once again admitted to the Union. It would be another four years, however, before reconstruction was over and the control of Texas was restored to the people of Texas.
Meanwhile, the population of Bell County was growing. After the war, there was a steady flow of emigrants into Texas from the war-torn states of the South. People who were looking for a place where good land was affordable and plentiful chose Bell County as their new home. One of the entrepreneurs who settled in Salado was Colonel Thomas Henry Jones. Col. Jones was a man of many accomplishments and many firsts.
To the Editor:
This letter is in response to the vandalism and theft that occurred at Mill Creek Country Club during Memorial Day Weekend. Kids having fun and playing jokees in one thing. Vandalism like breaking $1,000 worth of lights, stealing the American Flag and the State of Texas flag from their staffs is theft all from the Salado Voluntters Flag grarden. Tunring over Port-a-Potties is expensive and no one likes to clean up a mess. The MCCC, LLC ownership is placing a $1,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the perpetrators.