Masons deliver 300 flags to residents, businesses on federal holidays Salado Masonic Lodge #296 will continue the Salado Flag Program in 2017 and is now taking new subscribers. The cost is $30 for the year.
On Tuesday, Jan. 10th, the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery will conduct two unaccompanied veteran burials for Mr. John Mikus, Jr., a United States Army and Vietnam Veteran, and Mr. Hubert Medley, a United States Army Veteran. Mr. Mikus served in the Army from March 1971 to June 1974 and Mr. Medley served in the Army from May 1966 […]
Donald Trump won the presidency taking at least five states that Barack Obama won in 2012. Trump flipped Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Iowa. It is likely he will take more when the final results come in from New Hampshire, Michigan, Arizona and Minnesota.
Following are the results of the 2016 November 8 General Elections with the results for Precinct 203 for Salado. PRESIDENT Donald J. Trump (R) Total 59,032,954 Texas 3,468,028 Electoral College 276 Bell Co. 36,804 Precinct 203 3,469 Hillary Clinton (D) Total 59,168,466 Electoral College 218 Texas 2,842,553 Bell Co. 26,899 Precinct 203 831 Gary Johnson […]
Belton is preparing for growth along I-35 south of Highway 190. They city unveiled plans for annexation of properties along I-35.
City of Temple to host Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event TEMPLE, TX – October 3, 2016 – The City of Temple, in cooperation with Waste Management-Temple Landfill, Temple Iron & Metal, Temple College, Goodwill and the Central Texas Council of Governments, will be hosting a Household Hazardous Waste Collection event on Saturday, October 8th from 9:00 a.m. […]
Candidate for State Senate, District 24, to meet locals before Nov. vote Dr. Dawn Buckingham, an ophthalmologist from the Austin area, is speaking to the Salado Area Republican Women Thursday, October 27, at the Civic Center. Buckingham won the Republican Primary for State Senate, District 24, a race which originally had seven candidates. Her win […]
Former Salado ISD Superintendent Robin Battershell is one of five finalists for the Texas Association of School Boards Superintendent of the Year award.
(edited to include comments from John Newman after original post) The Village of Salado will not certify the petition calling for a disannexation election, according to City Secretary Mary Ann Ray who sent a letter to petitioner John Newman dated today informing him of the same.
The City of Belton will study annexation of almost 600 acres just north of the extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ) of Salado as part of its Growth Management Framework.