Salado Area Republican Women will host Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Glenn Hegar, at the next general meeting May 24.
Saladoan Bill Smith, Class of 1970, among those honored
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor’s spring commencement ceremony on May 5 was unlike any that had come before it. Along with celebrating the school’s 162nd graduating class, the university paid special tribute to the first male graduates of Mary Hardin-Baylor, some five decades ago when the school was officially still a college for women.
Comptroller Glenn Hegar Distributes $862 Million in Monthly Sales Tax Revenue to Local Governments
(AUSTIN) —The Village of Salado will receive a payment of $46,475.43, which is 16.49 percent more than last May’s payment of $39,894.46. For the year, the Village is 11.31 percent ahead of payments through May 2017. The Village has received $207,035.66 so far in 2018 and $185,989.82 through May 2017.
Village will receive $90,000 landscaping grant
Keep Texas Beautiful (KTB) announced the winners of the 2018 Governor’s Community Achievement Awards (GCAA), one of the most prestigious annual environmental awards in Texas.
Scott Cosper and Brad Buckley will face each other in the Republican Primary run-off on May 25 for the Texas House District 54 while Tim Brown and Bobby Whitson will be on the run-off ballot for Bell County Commissioner Precinct 2.
Three candidates have filed in the Republican Primary for Bell County Commissioner, precinct two: Tim Brown, incumbent, Brit Owen and Bobby Whitson.
Early voting has begun in political party primaries. Candidates for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 in the Republican Primary are Cliff Coleman and Richard Sapp. Below are short profiles on each.
Early voting ends on March 2 in political party primaries
Through Feb. 26, 8,345 Bell County voters have cast ballots in the Republican Party Primary and 1,843 have cast ballots in the Democratic Party Primary. This is just over five percent of the total registered voters in the county.
David Blackburn will run unopposed for Bell County Judge, but there will be a slew of contested races up and down the ballot with primaries to be held on March 6, 2018 and the November 7, 2018 General Election.
DPS Officer killed in the line of duty will be buried in North Belton Cemetery on Nov. 10
AUSTIN – Services for Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Senior Trooper Thomas Nipper will begin Thursday, Nov. 9, in Belton. Trooper Nipper died in the line of duty as a result of a traffic crash in Bell County.