Bell County Public Health District has confirmed a travel-related case of Zika virus in Bell County. The male traveler was infected with the virus while in a known Zika region outside of the United States. There is no evidence of local transmissions. This is the first confirmed case in Bell County, and the 60th case of […]
Agreements include property tax rebates, effluent use, tourism dollars for development Salado mayor Skip Blancett and landowner Billie Hanks, Jr. signed into effect on Nov. 25 more than 200 pages of agreements and a 12 page Warranty Deed. The board of aldermen approved the agreements following a two-hour executive session on Nov. 19.
Salado aldermen approve master development agreement with new owner tonight Clark Lyda confirmed to Salado Village Voice this evening that Stagecoach 1943 LP, owned through the Lyda family trust, has closed the purchase of Stagecoach Inn property, including the restaurant, hotel and conference facilities from Terry Potts. Tonight, Salado Board of Aldermen unanimously approved a […]
Group will purchase historic hotel, restaurant and make top-to-bottom changes Stagecoach Inn has closed its operations for an extensive top-to-bottom renovation that may take more than two years to finish.
County Clerk: Reasonable accommodations will be made for Deputy Clerks who oppose issuing marriage licenses This morning, Bell County Clerk Shelley Coston’s office issued the first marriage license for a same sex marriage, following the June 26 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court making same sex marriage in all 50 states.
At the close of the Legislative session, State Senator Troy Fraser announced that he will not seek another term for the Texas Senate. “It is with a heavy heart, an overwhelming sense of pride, and not an ounce ofregret, that I am announcing I will not seek another term for Texas Senate,” Sen. Fraser said this […]
Early voting in the Salado ISD Board of Trustees and Village of Salado Board of Aldermen election began April 27 at the Salado Civic Center.
Wear Red Friday to help fight leading killer of women By John Michaelson State News Service AUSTIN, TX — Residents across Texas will be wearing their hearts on their sleeves, so to speak, as Friday is Wear Red Day.
King James Version: The Gospel According to St. Luke, Chapter 2 1 And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed.
Fort Hood Memorial Service April 9, 2014