Go for the good stuff this Valentine’s and buy her Sir Wigglesworth Fudge! A hint to the new guys out there for Valentine’s Day this year. Skip the heart-shaped box at the convenience store. Who knows when that stuff was made. You don’t want to be the guy who gives his girl cheap chocolate whose […]
This weekend, when hundreds of the best ropers in the world converge on Salado for the annual Wildfire Ranch Open to the World, many of them will be pulling Bloomer Trailers behind their trucks. For many, it will be a homecoming of sorts as the Bloomer Trailers make it back from places around the […]
Halabi’s Monopoly-based cake is tops on recent episode For Lilian Halabi, keeping quiet about the competition was almost as hard as winning the nationally-televised Cake Wars.
With more than 3.8 million words in the tax code, you probably need help from a pro. The tax code is some 3.8 million words. You probably need some help with it. You may want to turn to Bruce Bolick, CPA, who began his career in accounting in 1973.
At first when you step into the Raney & Associates office, you aren’t sure if you stepped into an interior design studio or trendy art gallery by mistake. Colorful original art lines the walls. The paintings are by Dana Dixon, a Dallas artist and Ann Lou Raney’s sister. A sleek entry desk greets you […]
Salado is home to several stores specializing in antiques and vintage decor. Salado Creek Antiques is among them. It has perhaps the largest selections of Victorian Oak, Mahogany and Walnut furniture in Texas.
The Salado Ladies Auxiliary will conduct their monthly meeting on Thursday, Nov. 10. The meeting will be at the Salado United Methodist Church Youth Activity Center located on 650 Royal Street. Coffee and light food will be served at 9:30 a.m. with the meeting commencing at 10 a.m.
Salado Chamber of Commerce welcomed new member Arts & Leisure Salado with a ribbon cutting on Oct. 18. Arts & Leisure Salado is an artisan cooperative of locally handcrafted artworks. Inside you will find Journeys by Patti, Dream Vacations. Shown above with ambassador Curt Strong are (front row) Helen Alexander (artisan) Cindy Pietrowski (artisan) Barry […]
Dr. Douglas B. Willingham, fresh out of dental school, set down roots 35 years ago in the community in which his ancestor Archibald Willingham is credited by historians as building the first home along Salado Creek, a log cabin built in 1849.
The Ryan Hodge Team at First Texas Brokerage Salado is excited to announce the addition of Rita Oden to their team. Rita is a top producing Salado Realtor since 1992.