Salado Eagles scored on all but one of its possessions and the stingy defense kept the Taylor Ducks on their side of the field for all but two of their possessions in a dominating 49-3 non-district football win Sept. 25.[Read more…] about Eagles dominate Ducks 49-3
After battling each other for 23-scoreless minutes, Salado Eagles and Mexia Blackcats combined for nine touchdowns over the next 25 minutes with the visiting Eagles giving the Blackcats a 40-21 homecoming night loss.[Read more…] about Eagles outrun Blackcats 40-21
By Charlene Carson, Local Historian
Visitors to Salado and locals alike have often wondered, “What is the story behind the log cabin on Main Street in front of the Stagecoach Inn?” Keep reading and you will learn the story of that cabin as told by C.B. and Mary Hodge.[Read more…] about What’s the story with the old log cabin at Stagecoach Inn
Salado, TX — 2020 may not be a favorite year for some, but for many central Texas wineries, it has been a record breaking year. “With sales down and harvests and yields up we have had much more time for winemaking this summer” says owner of Salado Winery, June Ritterbusch. “There is so much more grape growing in this area than there was when we started 15 years ago, we were excited to take advantage of the opportunities available to us this year”.[Read more…] about Salado Winery is having record setting year
Bell County will be providing $800,000 in grants to small businesses in the county that were adversely affected by closures due to Coronavirus. The maximum grant amount per business is $15,000.[Read more…] about Bell County offers $800,000 in small business grants
Village aldermen will conduct a virtual public hearing on the proposed fiscal year 2021 general operating budget at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 3.[Read more…] about Public hearing on Village budget Sept. 3
Salado Eagles jumped out to an early lead, thanks to two three-and-out stops by the defense, and then never looked back, beating the Troy Trojans 47-26 in the season opener at UMHB’s Crusader Stadium tonight.[Read more…] about Eagles win season opener over Troy 46-27
Grand Lodge of Texas will dedicate cornerstone
The cornerstone of Salado Middle School will be dedicated by State officers of Grand Lodge of Texas, A.F. & A.M. and local members of Salado Masonic Lodge No. 296 in Salado. The ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. Aug. 15 at Salado Middle School located at 1189 Williams Rd. in Salado.[Read more…] about Cornerstone ceremony marks opening of Salado Middle School
Mrs. Fern (Norwood) Raley was born in Salado on July 29, 1920.
Her parents were J. H. and Pearl Norwood. Their homeplace is the old Norwood place located at 231 N. Main Street.[Read more…] about Former Saladoan turns 100!
AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott today announced that the grade promotion requirement related to the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) test for students in grades 5 and 8 has been waived for the upcoming school year. Typically, school systems must take into account a student’s score on the STAAR test to determine whether the student can be promoted to the next grade level. The traditional A-F rating system will remain in place, albeit with certain adjustments due to COVID-19.[Read more…] about Governor Abbott Waives Grade Promotion Requirements For 2020-2021 STAAR Testing