The Salado Education Foundation’s Cattlemen’s Ball will be at Tenroc Ranch in Salado next Saturday, October 20, at 6:00 p.m.
The stock market, as represented by the S&P 500 Stock Index (SPX), nosed down to 2885.57 closing the first week of the fourth quarter down 0.97 percent. It has struggled to rise to the record it set in mid-September or to do much better than where it was in late January but seems to hit a wall each time.
Make sure everyone is up-to-date before first day of school
The following information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is important as we approach our first day of school on Monday, August 27.
I don’t live in the Village but I do live in the ETJ, my grandchildren attend Salado ISD, my wife and I attend church in Salado, we are patrons of Salado businesses and we have many friends that are affected by what the Alderman do. So, I have a few questions concerning the possible purchase of the Mill Creek Golf Course.
I recently read the article, “Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change” – a comprehensive summary of scientific warnings, political indecisions and cowardice, and corporate denials and impediments for prevention of accelerated global warming.
It’s begun. We are having a debate over socialism.
The S&P 500 Stock Index (SPX) rose 0.75 percent for the week, turning in its fifth straight weekly gain at 2840.35. It is now up a respectable 6.24 percent in 2018 and well over 14 percent from a year ago.
The Salado Family Relief Fund will be assisting families in financial need with school supplies for their children. Students in grades pre-kindergarten through eighth grade will receive a school supply package. Students in ninth through twelfth grade will receive a gift card.
The Salado ISD School Board met on Monday, July 16. The following is a summary of that meeting:
Thank you again to our community and voters for your support of our bond election in May. Our employees, school board members, and architects have been working hard on the design of these bond projects. However, instead of trying to describe the facilities in writing for you in my column this week, I thought I would provide updated diagrams. As Fred R. Barnard of Printers’ Ink stated on March 10, 1927, “a picture is worth a thousand words.”