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TAMIO recognizes Belton for Ebola coverage

by - July 4, 2015

Special to The Belton Journal The Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers recognized the City of Belton on Friday with the 2015 TAMI Award for Best Media Relations in Texas. TAMI Awards, presented annually to select municipalities, are the highest...

Sports

Sortor inks intention to play at McLennan

by - July 2, 2015

By Tony Adams, Sports Editor Former Belton Tiger first baseman Chase Sortor made his college baseball intention official this week, as he heads up I-35 to play for the McLennan Community College Highlanders in 2015-2016. The three-year varsity first baseman...

Lifestyles

Dogs, owners take over Salado park

by - July 3, 2015

By Nikki Velarde, The Belton Journal The Salado Chamber of Commerce held their 4th Annual Dog Daze of Summer Festival for pet owners, their pets, and fellow animal lovers to come out and enjoy a doggone good kickoff to summer....

Editorial

Parent’s Corner: Ain’t No Cure for the Summertime Blues

by - July 2, 2015

Dear Sue Ellen, I’m looking for some fun things to do with my kids this summer but all they want to do is stay inside and watch TV or play video games. They are 8, 10 & 12 years old....

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3618 Hopi Trail

by - June 29, 2015

Immaculate updated 4 bedroom, 2+ bath 2800 sq ft home surrounded by towering trees in well established neighborhood with easy access to Temple’s newest shopping and dining locations. An ideal floor plan brimming with amenities for everyday living or entertaining....

TAMIO recognizes Belton for Ebola coverage

Special to The Belton Journal The Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers recognized the City of Belton on Friday with the...

by - July 4, 2015

Family remembers fallen police chief

By Devin Corbitt, The Belton Journal Last Friday marked the one-year anniversary of Little-River Academy Police Chief Lee Dixon’s death. Dixon...

by - July 4, 2015

Council proclaims Belton a Purple Heart City

By Devin Corbitt, The Belton Journal After hearing a public comment from the Sparta Fire Department, Belton Mayor Marion Grayson came...

by - July 3, 2015

Leadership Belton completes community garden

By Lindsay Starr Platt, The Belton Journal The City of Belton will soon have a community garden for the citizens to...

by - July 3, 2015

Sortor inks intention to play at McLennan

By Tony Adams, Sports Editor Former Belton Tiger first baseman Chase Sortor made his college baseball intention official this week, as...

by - July 2, 2015

Mahler earns NCAA All-American Honors

By Tony Adams, Sports Editor Former Belton Tiger track and field standout Wolf Mahler can now add another big title to...

by - July 2, 2015

Robinson wins FCA MVP Award

By Tony Adams, Sports Editor Power. Grace. Speed. Jumping Ability. Have we already covered power? Belton High School graduate McKinzee Robinson...

by - July 2, 2015

Belton 1 wins pool, China Spring wins Lone Star Shootout

By Tony Adams, Sports Editor The 2015 Lone Star Shootout featured many the area’s best 7-On-7 teams brought together to compete...

by - July 2, 2015

Dogs, owners take over Salado park

By Nikki Velarde, The Belton Journal The Salado Chamber of Commerce held their 4th Annual Dog Daze of Summer Festival for...

by - July 3, 2015

Chamber welcomes Holly Tucker for July 4 celebrations

By Devin Corbitt, The Belton Journal The Belton Chamber of Commerce is proud to introduce Holly Tucker as this year’s July...

by - July 2, 2015

CPS celebrates passion

By Devin Corbitt, The Belton Journal For many in Central Texas, working with children is more than just a job –...

by - July 2, 2015

Belton’s Finest: Cochran, Blair & Potts

By Brentyn Young, The Belton Journal In 1869, the retired Colonel H.M. Cook, who served in the Civil War, opened the...

by - July 2, 2015

Parent’s Corner: Ain’t No Cure for the Summertime Blues

Dear Sue Ellen, I’m looking for some fun things to do with my kids this summer but all they want to...

by - July 2, 2015

Out & About: Look At Me Please!

Patrick Lacombe Today’s lesson boys and girls, has to do with common courtesy and just plain common sense. Please listen closely...

by - July 2, 2015

Pleasant Ramblings: Forty Days and Nights

Mark Magnan Well this rainy season really lived up to our expectations. It was a terrible thing for the towns south...

by - July 2, 2015

Ask Josh: The Grind of Our Lives

How do you successfully switch careers in adulthood without losing your mind? :p That’s been plaguing me for quite some time....

by - July 2, 2015

3618 Hopi Trail

Immaculate updated 4 bedroom, 2+ bath 2800 sq ft home surrounded by towering trees in well established neighborhood with easy access...

by - June 29, 2015

UPCOMING AUCTIONS

June 27th – 9AM CONSIGNMENT AUCTION front grounds of Budget Wrench-A-Part, 4497 US Hwy 190, Belton, TX Taking consignments Tuesday, June...

by - June 23, 2015

VERY PRIVATE SETTING surrounds this recently updated beauty.

3Bd. 2bath plus bonus room. Large deck. Workshop w/elec. & air. Barn w/elec. Prime location on ½ Acre in Belton School...

by - June 22, 2015

HELP WANTED: BELTON CHRISTIAN PRE-SCHOOL

BELTON CHRISTIAN PRE-SCHOOL has a pre-school teaching position open. Bachelor’s degree required. Must have prior experience with children. Tuesday and Thursday...

by - June 18, 2015

Senior Expo features Roaring Twenties theme

By Patrick Lacombe The Belton Journal The annual Senior Expo was held Tuesday, and it was standing room only as people...

by - October 16, 2014

Heart & Vascular

On Tuesday, September 23, the Bell County Expo Center will be hosting the annual Senior Expo from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. This...

by - September 12, 2014

Senior Expo Volunteers

Tuesday, September 23, the Bell County Expo Center will be hosting the annual Senior Expo from 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. This event,...

by - September 12, 2014

Senior Expo

Tuesday September 23rd | 8:30AM – 12:30PM | Bell County Expo Center

by - September 12, 2014

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