Early voting has broken the records of 2008. So far, at the Salado early voting location, more than 2,677 have cast ballots in Precinct 203 through Nov. 1.
Stagecoach Inn developers shooting to reopen restaurant for Valentine’s 2017
Stagecoach Inn Restaurant may open as early as Valentine’s 2017, according to general contractor Mark Rawlings.
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 came with the runoff election. The luncheon meeting will start at 11:30 a.m.but the candidate will be available to visit with before the meeting.
SAN ANTONIO – Archaeologists working near the Alamo discovered a unique military artifact, the broken tip of a sword believed to be owned by a Mexican non-commissioned officer.
COLLEGE STATION – The new Texas Superstar guide to strong and stunning plants for Texans created by Texas A&M AgriLife Research, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Texas Department of Agriculture is now being distributed throughout the state.
COLLEGE STATION – After two years of historic high cattle prices, a record 1,900 producers attending the Texas A&M Beef Cattle Short Course in College Station learned more about the current decline in prices and maintaining profitability despite declining profit margins.
For the week ending July 29, 2016, Texas feeder cattle auctions reported prices steady to $7 higher, with instances of steady to $3 lower.
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By Adam Russell, Texas A&M Agrilife Extension
LUBBOCK — Alternative crops will not supplant top commodities such as corn and cotton but producers choose them as drought-tolerant rotation options that can pay off when the price is right.
AUSTIN – (July 18, 2016) For the week ending July 15, 2016, Texas feeder cattle auctions reported prices steady to $14 higher with instances of $1 to $8 lower.