Salado will be bristling with activities for the family during Halloween weekend and night. From the annual Fright Trail at Tablerock, to Barktoberfest, to a Fall Fest, to Trunk or Treats and even Trick or Treating on MonsterStreet, you will find plenty to do.
Early voting in the November 8 General Election began on Oct. 24 with 4,679 casting ballots in the first day of early voting.
Early voting hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 24-28; 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Oct. 29; noon-6 p.m. Oct. 30 and 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Oct. 31-Nov. 4.
The last day to apply for a ballot by mail is Oct. 28.
Salado Family Relief annual Empty Bowl Project is scheduled 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Nov. 12 at Salado Middle School.
Soups provided by local area restaurants including Johnny’s, Lively Coffee House, McCain’s, Chupacabra Kitchen, Cathy’s Cafe, The Shoppes on Main, Rio Salado, The Pizza Place, The Shed and Alexander’s Craft Cocktails + Kitchen and The Barton House.
Bowls created by the Salado High School Art Department and local artists including Titia Califano.
$12 Soup Only
$22 for Soup and Handmade Bowl
$22 for Large Soup to Go (32 oz. container)
Proceeds benefit Salado Family Relief Fund, which has provided Christmas gifts to economically disadvantaged children in Salado since 1992.
Pearl’s Place will be on site to provide microchipping of pets for $15.
Southland Marketing and Development, Inc. marketed and conducted a one-day Land Sale for a 1,000+ acre development off of FM 2843 just west of Mustang Creek Ranch on property formerly owned by Double B Wildlife Ranch.
Friends are family are uniting around Salado native Tom Gidley, Jr. who is fighting cancer.
Steven Jackson, who grew up with Tom and went all 12 grades in Salado schools with him, is working with other classmates and lifelong friends for a fundraiser at Jack’s Barn, 525 Pace Park Rd. on Oct. 15.
By Tim Fleischer
Walt Tollefson needs our help.
The long-time Saladoan is seeking a specialized treatment not currently available in the United States to halt the progression of the multiple sclerosis that he was diagnosed with several years ago. The treatment is a bone marrow transplant that utilizes the patient’s own hematopoietic stem cells rather than the marrow of a matching donor.
In layman’s terms, the hematopoietic stems cells are harvested from the person and are used to restore the normal hematopoiesis of the patient after that patient has been exposed to high dose chemotherapy delivered to aim immunosuppression.
Salado High School crowned its 2022 Homecoming King and Queen during the halftime of the Salado Eagles football game against the Academy Bees on Sept 16. Tyler Anderson was named as Homecoming King, with Amy Ortiz named Homecoming Queen. For photos of all the nominees and their escorts and Homecoming Court underclassmen, turn to page 4C this edition. (Photo by Royce Wiggin)
Senior Homecoming King and Queen Nominees and Escorts were these:
Salado students return to class Aug. 17. The following are new teachers and staff at Salado High School for 2022-23 school year.
Salado students will have several new teachers and staff at Salado Middle School when classes begin Aug. 17.
Below are the school supplies lists for Salado Middle School.