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High Speed Chase ends in Salado

Police Chase ends in Salado

Ford F-150 leads police on chase through central Texas

Pursuit ends on I-35 in Salado

Several DPS and Salado Police stopped a white male suspect after he allgededly led DPS on a high speed chase from south of Georgetown to the 284 mile marker in Salado. The suspect was in custody at about 11:45 a.m. today (March 14).

 

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Dogs Oust Eagles

Dane Hankamer

Salado misses opportunity for return trip to Region tournament

The Salado Eagles can’t complain that they didn’t have the opportunity to earn a return trip to Nacogdoches for the 2A Region III basketball tournament this weekend, losing to Marlin 51-50.

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Taste of Salado this weekend

The Range at the Barton House

 

Saturday, February 22, 20146-9 p.m. Jack's Barn

Tickets $25

Purchase at Salado Visitor Center 947-8634 or online at www.saladoevents.com

Taste of Salado, a fundraising event, for the Public Arts League of Salado will be an art-filled evening with Tapas-styled offerings from local restaurants, bed and breakfasts and food artisans.   

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Salado man dies in house fire

House fire in Salado

Dozen Saladoans lose their homes in overnight blaze

Relief effort begun for Salado students

A Salado man died in a house fire overnight at Irene Lane that burned down a two-story house with multiple additions to it and a camper trailer. Another camper trailer ignited but was not lost in the fire.

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UIL Realignment Released

Get your traveling shoes on, Salado will be doing a lot of that over the next two years.

The Eagles will compete in 4A-District 11 in football for the 2014-2016 school years.

University Interscholastic League released its realignments this morning and Salado is grouped in 4A, Division 2 with  Caldwell, Giddings, La Grange and Smithville, all to the southeast of Salado.

More on this later and in the print edition of Salado VIllage Voice.

 

2013 in Review

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The past year has seen a great deal of change in the Village, including the sale of Mill Creek golf course, the potential listing of the Salado salamander as endangered and growth and change in the Village government.

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