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.
Vive Les Arts Theatre in Killeen presents Mary Poppins with final performances July 29-31. Reserve your seat today by stopping by the box office at 3401 South WS Young Dr. Killeen, Tx 76542. Call the box office at 254.526.9090 or visit the website at www.vlakilleen.org.
Central Texas College (CTC) will host its third annual 5K run/walk on Saturday, Aug. 13 in conjunction with GeekFest. Dubbed the Super Hero Dash, the race begins at 8:30 p.m. All participants report to the CTC gym (Bldg. 151) by 8 p.m. and are encouraged to dress up as their favorite super hero.
By Erin Rogers Fort Hood Public Affairs FORT HOOD, Texas – Thousands in the sprawling Central Texas post paused for a solemn memorial held for nine fallen warriors June 16 during a service inside the Spirit of Fort Hood Chapel here.
The Belton Senior Center will be having a country and western dance from 6:30 to 9:30 pm on Thursday, June 2, at 842 Mitchell St. in Belton. Music will be provided by the “Old Friends” band. There will be a $5 admission fee, and guests are encouraged to bring snacks or finger food to share. […]
(Temple, TX) – The Temple Parks Foundation’s Movies in the Park series will officially kick off at sundown on Saturday, May 28 at Miller Park (1919 N. 1st Street.) featuring the 3-D animated comedy film, Minions, sponsored by McLane Children’s Scott & White in Temple.
In 1925, Nashville heard the start of a one-hour country music radio show. Broadcast on WSM, the Grand Ole Opry’s original purpose was to promote the station’s parent insurance company through the relatable medium of country music. Over time, the program became enormously popular, evolving into a stage show that soared to the national spotlight […]