Salado ISD administrators notified the Bell County Sheriff’s Department on the afternoon of October 24 that an eighth grade student brought a handgun to school.
Bell County clerk Shelley Coston, will discuss Finding your Roots in Bell County at the Salado Historical Society Annual Chili Supper Nov. 6 at the Salado Church of Christ.
The Ladies Auxiliary welcomed more than 1,000 to Salado during the annual Christmas in October event at The Venue last week. This annual event acts as a preview to the Christmas season and will feature the wares of local and area merchants on display inside a beautiful setting at The Venue on College Street.
On Nov. 7, voters will have a chance to consider seven constitutional amendments proposed by the 85th Legislature. The proposed amendments cover a wide range of topics, including property taxes, raffles, home equity loan provisions, and more. Early voting starts Oct. 23 and ends Nov. 3.
Salado man gathers with friends and supporters at Johnny’s Steaks Dr. Brad Buckley invited Saladoans to a meet and greet at Johnny’s Steaks and Bar-be-que on Oct. 16. Dr. Buckley announced his candidacy for House District 54 on Sept. 26.
Salado man has served as 169th District Judge for 17 years Judge Gordon G. Adams of Salado announced this week his intent to file for re-election to the position of Judge of the 169th District Court.
Now is the perfect time to begin Christmas shopping. One of the best places to view “the latest” Christmas decorations and styles is at the Salado Chamber of Commerce Ladies Auxiliary Christmas in October scheduled for 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 13-14 at The Venue on College Street (near the corner of Royal Street and College […]
Cliff Coleman will run for Justice of the Peace, Bell County, precinct two.
Hidden beauties Iris rhizome sale this Saturday By Nelwyn Persky, BIS Communications If you’ve ever been to an Iris Show, or perhaps seen some of the lush spring displays of the massed blooms growing throughout Central Texas and beyond, you may have wondered: Just what are those plants? Where did such amazing flowers come from? […]
Don Engleking has announced that he will not seek a fourth term as Bell County Justice of the Peace for Precicnt 2.