To the Editor: In response to last week’s letter from Diane Wallin…. Thank you Diane, I too ask questions. I loved that you wrote to the Salado Village Voice and ask questions. You may have noticed that I ask a lot of questions too.
To the Editor: “Art Attack” weekend culminated in a storytelling event at Tablerock on Saturday night, and what a windup it was!
To the Editor: After nearly two years of delays, the Salado city limit signs are finally up. The south approach sign is nearing completion, and with some minor tweaks will be ready to tum on.
To the Editor: John Newman’s response in Thursday’s paper to the “Left Behind” article makes me feel like I was invited to the Range Restaurant for their most expensive dinner and wines, then being told “I am concerned about your finances. To give you a chance to show you are solvent, I am going to […]
To the Editor: I consider Nancy Snead a long time friend of my family. Her children and my children went to Salado schools together back in the early 80’s. I respect her as an educator, citizen and a person who still has her independent spirit about her.
To the Editor: I’ve lived in Salado since 1980 and yes, my taxes are frozen. It is important to recognize that established folks over 65 have paid city, county, and school taxes for many years. In my case, I have paid taxes locally for almost 30 years. Just because our taxes are now frozen, and […]
To the Editor: Salado residents should be alarmed by the precipitous increase in property taxes over the past three years.
.I have a safety concern for pedestrians crossing the Salado Main St. bridge. Salado businesses largely depend on tourists for their income. Special events such as the Christmas Stroll, Gathering of the Clans, etc are likewise an important part of marketing Salado as a destination. There is a safety issue when two families with baby […]
Donald Trump will lose, at least it seems so. Perhaps we can prepare for a sigh of relief.. However, he has done inestimable damage to our national unity. Shakespeare said it so well, “The evil that men do lives after them; the good is oft interred with their bones.” In this instance his expected political […]
The recently announced merger between Salado’s two major historical organizations, the Central Texas Area Museum and the Robertson Colony-Salado College Foundation, not only creates a vibrant new history complex but also provides a fresh perspective for the people of Salado to enjoy and support.