Early voting begins Oct. 21 in the Texas State Constitutional Amendment election and will continue through Nov. 1. Election Day will be Nov. 5.[Read more…] about Early voting starts Oct. 21 for 10 proposed amendments
Village aldermen will amend two ordinances affecting the required connection of properties to the Salado Sewer System and the Impact Fees on new development. The first reading of the amended ordinances will be conducted at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 17.[Read more…] about BoA to amend Impact Fee, connection ordinances
By Tim Fleischer
Salado aldermen will consider a reconstructed Impact Fee ordinance on Oct. 17 after the board voted unanimously to direct Village administrator Don Ferguson to change the ordinance to rescind impact fees on existing properties in the current service area.
Aldermen voted unanimously Oct. 3 to make this and other changes to the Impact Fee ordinance after hearing from property owners and representatives who have not yet tied into the sewer system.[Read more…] about Village to rescind Impact Fees for properties in existing service area
J.Genevieve prepares to celebrate the launch of the brand and creative space with a full Grand Opening Week.
Owner Jess Mall launched J.Genevieve, a Central Texas based, empowered, woman founded and run creative brand, on June 6. “I’m so pleased with how these first few months have shaped up,” says Mall, “I gave the business some time to breathe and develop over the summer and now we’re gearing up to celebrate. For a week.”[Read more…] about J.Genevieve kicks off Grand Opening Week on Oct. 1
Barrow Brewing Co will host a book signing with author Anne Beiler at 6 p.m. on Oct. 1. Beiler is the author of The Secret Lies Within and founder of Auntie Annie’s Pretzels.
Long before founding everyone’s favorite soft-pretzel shop, Auntie Anne Beiler held deep dark personal secrets stemming from the tragic loss of her 19-month-old daughter as well as a six-year extramarital relationship with a manipulative and abusive pastor. Hiding these secrets within nearly cost Beiler everything from her marriage to her very life, until she learned a new secret – one that brought her peace and freedom.[Read more…] about Salado author Anne Beiler to sign new book at Barrow Brewing
The Salado Cultural Arts District will showcase Salado artists and Salado galleries in an Amazing Art Show at Salado Winery Company, 841 N. Main Street, Oct. 5 – Nov. 3. Art will be for purchase at the free showing.[Read more…] about Amazing Art Show at Salado Winery Co.
The Salado Chamber of Commerce and Salado Care Clinic are excited to announce the Health and Wellness Fair and Blood Drive will be held 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Sept. 28 at the north end of the Salado Civic Center parking lot, 601 N. Main.[Read more…] about Salado Health and Wellness Fair Sept. 28
Collectors will give kids a chance to operate model trains
The Austin Tinplate Trackers model railroad enthusiasts will have a display at the Salado Church of Christ Activities Center Oct. 5-6.
The display is free to the public and children will have the chance to operate the model trains (with assistance from the Tinplate Trackers, of course). The display will be open 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Oct. 5 and noon – 4 p.m. Oct. 6.[Read more…] about Austin Tinplate Trackers return to Salado
Sirois honored for quick action to save life of man trapped in burning truck
Salado native Allen Sirois is among the 15 Americans and three Canadians that the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission honored today by announcing them as 2019 recipients of the Carnegie Medal.
Sirois is the son of Stephanie Hood of Salado and grandson of Monroe and Linda Moore of Salado.[Read more…] about Salado native is named Carnegie Hero
Benefit set Sept. 6 for Marion ‘Perch’ Daniel
A tall, skinny kid with almost white hair and dark skin. He was really good in track, I remember that.
That’s how I got to know Marion Daniel, covering him in district, region and state track for the newspaper.[Read more…] about Lending a Hand