Daily Archives : March 6, 2020

Bell County Museum hosts “Rejoice! – The Evolution of Black Gospel Music”

By Chase Perry, Correspondent The Bell County Museum, located on 201 N Main St. in downtown Belton, hosted “Rejoice! – The Evolution of Black Gospel Music” on Saturday evening to highlight the relevance and origins of black gospel music in…

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Belton Board of Trustees receive safety and security update

By Cassidy Pate, News Editor At the Belton Board of Trustees meeting last Monday, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services Mike Morgan presented a school safety and security update for the 2020-21 school year in which he described Emergency Operations Planning…

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City Council approves multiple land developments

By Cassidy Pate, News Editor Prior to the Belton City Council regular meeting on Monday, a workshop was held to introduce façade improvements to the Lena Armstrong Public Library. More information on this topic will be presented in next week’s…

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Annual TABA Home and Garden Show draws thousands to the Bell County Expo Center

By Autumn Newman, Correspondent The Temple Area Builders Association’s (TABA) 45th Annual Home and Garden Show took place last weekend, Friday, Feb. 21 to Sunday, Feb. 23, at the Bell County Expo Center. The show, spread out across 100,000 square…

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Taste of Central Texas: celebrating 50 years of helping local youth

By Devyn Ross, Correspondent Close to 500 people gathered in the Frank Mayborn Convention Center to celebrate the Central Texas Youth Services’ 50th anniversary at the Taste of Central Texas on Thursday. This annual event is one of the most…

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