Daily Archives : October 22, 2015

BISD, Equity Center explain state lawsuit

By Nikki Velarde, The Belton Journal Last Wednesday, Belton ISD and the Equity Center held an informational financial meeting and luncheon for districts in the area. During the meeting, the Equity Center briefly summarized and went over the main points…

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Bra Brunch benefits local cancer patients

By Nikki Velarde, The Belton Journal As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the American Cancer Society held their 3rd annual Bra Brunch Cupcakes for a Cause at the Bell County Expo Center Tuesday. The festivities included local celebrity models,…

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Patriot Way Golf Classic benefits local military relations

By Caleb Mynatt, The Belton Journal Bell County is well known with its affiliation with the military and support of the troops. Bell County is very personal with the soldiers and realizes how tough life can be after active duty….

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Judge Fancy H. Jezek to seek re-election in Republican primary

Special to The Belton Journal Judge Fancy H. Jezek has announced her intention to seek re-election as Judge of the 426th District court in Bell County.  Jezek was appointed to the then new court of general jurisdiction in January 2007…

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BCYC, BGCTX merge

By Nikki Velarde, The Belton Journal In early September, Jon Charles, CPO of the Boys and Girls Club of Central Texas (BGCTX), along with Lori Briere, the executive Director of the Belton Christian Youth Center (BCYC), made an announcement during…

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United Way serves community, promotes volunteerism

By Nikki Velarde, The Belton Journal The United Way of Central Texas kicked off their 14th annual Day of Caring on Friday morning with breakfast and a welcome gathering at the Hilton Garden Inn in Temple. UWCT’s Day of Caring…

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First weekend of ACL Fest brings thousands together

By Matthew Girard, The Belton Journal From the young to the old, on and off the stage, the first weekend of the 2015 Austin City Limits Festival at Zilker Park brought together nearly 80,000 people for three days of music,…

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Art competition begins Nov. 9

By Ellen Davis, Temple College Students from colleges and high schools in central Texas are invited to submit entries for the 36th annual Central Texas Art Competition and Exhibition, which will be held at Temple College Nov. 14 through Dec….

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Tiger Media Productions raises bar in filming football games

By David Tuma, The Belton Journal If you haven’t noticed, there is a huge difference in the activities on Tiger Fields scoreboard and other scoreboards in the area. Belton High School is on the cutting edge when it comes to…

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Zombies to invade Confederate Park

By Caleb Mynatt, The Belton Journal As October continues on, the calendar nears closer and closer to the beloved holiday of Halloween.  With scares, costumes, and candy, Halloween has become the most notable thing about the month of October. The…

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