Slaton is an ideal location for filming your next commercial or show. Unique layout and large town square with gazebo and historical buildings provide great settings for your next media project.
Here is a preview of a documentary on Slaton High School Cheerleaders as they prepare for the first UIL Cheer Competition. This is the first year UIL has recognized cheerleading as a sport. We are very proud of our Cheer Team. We are proud to be a Tiger!
The Arroyo Movie Director and Writer, Jeremy Boreing Producer, Jonathan Hay Stars many local talents Kenny Maines, David Armendariz, Glenn Polk Violence, rape, and death mar America's southern border as migrants, desperate to find a better life, are made pawns of the drug cartels and forced to transport their illicit cargo. While the government turns a blind eye to the chaos, one man, Jim Weatherford, makes a stand for his family, his property, and his freedom. Lubbock Avalanche Journal's William Kerns Article
Remembering Slaton, Texas - Centennial Stories * 1911-2011. Author, James Villanueva Published by The History Press Our very own James Villanueva traces Slaton's history over the last hundred years through a series of stories that highlight the growth, struggles and determination of our small town.