Daily Archives : April 7, 2015

Belton Journal Podcast – Episode 01

Welcome to the inaugural episode of the tentatively titled Belton Journal Podcast. Featuring Annie Dockery, Devin Corbitt, Nikki Velarde, and Josh Rivera, this bi-monthly audio feature covers topics relevant to the Bell County area, as well as whatever topic is…

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CenTex HS Bass Hunters finish well at state tournament

Special to the Journal Six teams from the Cen Tex High School Bass Hunters Club fished in the Texas High School State Championship Saturday on Lake LBJ in Marble Falls for a chance at winning college scholarship money. Overcast skies,…

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CRU Cuts: Baseball trips Southwestern, Softball sweeps UTD

Special to the Journal The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor baseball team took an early lead and then capitalized on six Southwestern University errors as the Cru posted an 8-7 victory over the Pirates Tuesday night in Georgetown. UMHB improves to…

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Keep oak trees healthy this spring by preventing oak wilt

By Lindsay Starr Platt, The Belton Journal Whether you have a new red oak tree planted only a few years ago or a majestic live oak that has been around for generations, they are still both susceptible to oak wilt….

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HoT Goodwill launches spring-cleaning campaign

Texas Department of Transportation With a particularly cold winter nearing an end, millions of Americans are gearing up for the annual de-hibernation ritual known as spring cleaning. This year, Heart of Texas Goodwill is encouraging people to think of the…

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