There is Still Time to Register for Hope Women’s Conference at Grace Church Salado.
A new generation of Salado and Sirena enthusiasts are hoping to honor the Legend of Sirena and the creators of this local legacy by holding an annual Sirena Fest & Mermaid Parade.
Fall is here and the time has come for another community cleanup day in Salado.
Residents are encouraged to take part in the Salado Fall Clean Sweep sponsored by Keep Salado Beautiful on Sept. 29.
By Tim Fleischer Editor-in-Chief
Two property owners in the Salado Historic District will have to wait until the Planning & Zoning Board can set another date to consider their additions to existing property after the five-member P&Z Board failed to have a quorum on Sept. 25.
Mill Creek Country Club is sponsoring a benefit golf tournament for Houston Lovett, a Salado youngster who has had to have surgery to remove a brain tumor.
AMC Car Show moved from Sept. 22 to Oct. 13 due to bad weather forecast
As told to Jay Ritch
Come and meet me during the AMC Car Show at Pace Park on October 13. The AMC Car Show was originally planned for September 22, but forecasted inclement weather caused organizers to postpone the show (after the newspaper print edition hit the stands)…
I am a 70+ year old Willys Jeep now owned by Jay Ritch of Salado.
Let me introduce myself
King and Queen will be crowned during halftime
The 2018 Salado High School Homecoming Queen and King will be crowned during the Halftime of the Salado Eagles game against the Taylor Ducks. Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 21
However, Salado Eagle football parents will be recognized at 6:45 p.m. followed by a performance by the Salado High School Marching Band prior to kick off.
If there is rain during halftime, here is the contingency plan that Athletic Director Paul Baird announced this week:
Football teams will go to locker rooms. Salado High Band will go to JH Gym. Taylor Band will go to SIS Gym.
Homecoming Half-time events will move to SIS Cafeteria.
Commissioners honor Oliver for his 94th birthday
Jack — as he is known to everyone in Bell County — turns 94 on Sept. 21.
With that in mind, Bell County Commissioners Court took the opportunity earlier this week to proclaim his birthday Sept. 21 2018 as Colonel John W. Oliver, Jr. Day in Bell County.
More than 300 people piled into the First Baptist Church on September 11 to honor the Salado area First Responders during the Patriot Day Salado celebration sponsored by the Village of Salado, Salado Lions Club, Salado Rotary Club and Salado Masonic Lodge #296.
For the first time this year, the sales tax payment to Salado dropped compared to last year. Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced that he will send sales tax allocations checks to cities, counties, transit systems and special purpose taxing districts.