The Salado Chamber of Commerce honored its Citizen of the Year, Business of the Year and Hall of Fame recipient during its annual Awards Banquet at Tenroc Ranch Jan. 30.[Read more…] about Salado Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet
By Tim Fleischer Editor-in-Chief
Through the first two months of the 2019-2020 fiscal year, the Salado wastewater system has lost $27,685.82, requiring an injection of cash from the general fund, according to the financial statements through November 2019.[Read more…] about With few customers tied on sewer leaks funds
“We flew them, they retired them”
By David Williams and Bill Mulkins
I used to wonder what happens to pilots when they grow old. Pilots are an interesting group of individuals. Pilots tend to be independent, confident, self-initiators, risk takers, and best of all story tellers. It is usually not hard to tell when a group of pilots are in conversation. A sure give away is seeing a lot of hand movement, a loud lackadaisical tone to their voice, and all other’s eyes fixed on the speaker with an occasional smile or nod of agreement. Such is the atmosphere on any given Saturday around brunch time at McCain’s Café in Salado, Texas.[Read more…] about Antique Pilot Association of Salado
Do you like music or like to sing? If so, consider joining the Salado Community Chorus. You DON’T need to be a Pavarotti or Celine Dion.[Read more…] about Salado Community Chorus Spring Membership Drive is January 21 at First Baptist
About 4 a.m. Jan. 8, while patrolling South Ridge Rd. in Mill Creek, Salado Police officer Chris Dunshie came upon a man wearing a ski mask.
The suspect fled on foot and was able to avoid capture, but dropped an AR15 rifle and magazine that Dunshie was able to recover.[Read more…] about Car thefts in Salado
If Saladoans never see another orange cone after 2020, it won’t be too soon.
The year 2019 in Salado has been marked by the ubiquitous symbol of “Under Construction” with construction ongoing in several different areas.[Read more…] about 2019 The Year of the Orange Cone
Sisters on the Fly wants its members to get up, get outdoors and get together. Sisters on the Fly (SOTF) is the largest women’s organization in the U.S., with a focus on the outdoors. There are members in all 50 states as well as a presence in Canada, Australia and France.[Read more…] about Sisters on the Fly bring Winter Wonderland IV to Salado
Experience the magic of Christmas during the 59th Annual Salado Christmas Stroll held annually the first two weekends of December and presented by the Salado Chamber of Commerce.[Read more…] about Salado lights up for Christmas Stroll
World War II veteran and prisoner-of-war, career military officer, Salado school teacher and Salado school board trustee Jean Dupoy Tarbutton passed away on November 23, 2019 at the age of 99.
He was born on October 27, 1920 to James and Gladys Tarbutton.[Read more…] about Remembering Col. Jean Tarbutton
He is a quiet boy, but determined.
Segiv Eldridge, a fifth grader in Salado ISD, is working to organize volunteers in order to have a section represented at the Central Texas Veterans Cemetery in Killeen.[Read more…] about Salado fifth grader seeks volunteers to help with Wreaths for Vets