Daily Archives : April 6, 2015

Tigers’ Soccer face Garland Sachse in Class 6A Bi-Districts

By David Tuma, Publisher The Tigers soccer team drew a very, very good draw heading into the playoff. They play Garland Sachse in the first round. Traditionally Sachse is a powerhouse in boy’s soccer. The Tigers played them a few…

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Preserving history: Dr. Doris Kemp

By Lindsay Starr Platt, Harker Heights Evening Star Dr. Doris Kemp of Belton may have been born in 1927, and to many of us today that may seem quite awhile ago, but Doris is still very actively making sure the…

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La Rio Mansion to provide perfect backdrop for weddings, events

By Lindsay Starr Platt, The Belton Journal Nestled on the southeast side of peaceful Belton, on 37 acres of green fields against the Leon River, La Rio Mansion is ready to show off at their grand opening this weekend. The…

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CAC to present largest children’s art exhibit in Central Texas

Special to the Journal Come support children’s art at the Cultural Activities Center with the largest non-competitive children’s art exhibit. The public is invited to attend the 19th Annual Student Art Exhibit at the Azalee Marshall Cultural Activities Center. During…

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Barbershop comes to town

By Patrick Lacombe, The Belton Journal The East Street Barber Shop opened its doors on Friday in Downtown Belton. “Friday was unbelievably busy and Saturday was the same,” Owner Michael Cox, formerly of Jackson’s Barber Shop, said. “I had a…

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