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Senior Expo Speaker in Focus: Dr. Catherine McNeal

Dr. McNeal is the Director of Cardiac Rehab, Scott & White Healthcare; Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Texas A&M Health Science Center and Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Texas A&M Health Science Center. Dr. McNeal’s research spans both the clinical and…

0 Comments / 13 View / August 18, 2014

City Council proposes retaining current tax rate

Published Aug. 14, 2014 By Devin Corbitt, The Belton Journal Tuesday’s Belton City Council meeting was marked by the council’s unanimous approval of no tax rate increase for the upcoming year, keeping the city tax rate at $0.6598. Public hearings…

0 Comments / 36 View / August 18, 2014

Detective Robert Preston will become the sixth sergeant in the Belton Police Department.

Moving Up: BPD to create new Sergeant position on force

Published Aug. 14, 2014 By Devin Corbitt, The Belton Journal The Belton City Council unanimously approved an ordinance Tuesday that would allow the Belton Police Department to create an additional sergeant position within the force. This sergeant will be placed…

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BISD to consider district growth

Published Aug. 14, 2014 By David Tuma, The Belton Journal Work on future Belton Independent School District’s construction projects starts this fall. The district will address both the high school and middle school capacities. There is no way around it,…

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Morgan’s Point council honors officers

Published Aug. 14, 2014 By David Tuma, The Belton Journal Officers David Neal, Matt Hicks and Matt Thompson were presented with awards by Police Chief Fred Churchill. MPR trails their officers in vital live saving EMS training and keeps EMS…

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Belton’s Blayton Evans looks in a pass perfectly during the first morning of Belton Tiger Football Camp at Tiger Field Monday morning. The camp is a week-long event.

Tigers Football Camp marks beginning of 2014 season

Published Aug. 7, 2014 By Tony Adams The incoming seventh through ninth grade Belton Tigers’ football players took to Tiger Field on Monday and Tuesday in a week-long training camp. The camp is the unofficial indoctrination for seventh and eighth…

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(Left to right) First grade teachers, or the Fantastic First, Heather Williamson, Michelle Delongchamps, Thais Cordero, Brittney Bradshaw and Katy Miller can’t wait to meet their students in the newly completed Chisholm Trail Elementary School.

Teachers begin moving into BISD’s newest elementary school

Published Aug. 7, 2014 By Devin Corbitt Teachers at the brand-new Chisholm Trail Elementary School began moving in and organizing their classrooms on Monday. The before empty hallways were filled with boxes and packing materials as teachers quickly got to…

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Belton’s Jackie Wainwright taps the ball over the net while Brey York (left) and McKinzee Robinson look on in support during the Belton Lady Tigers’ tryout camp this week. York and Robinson are returning players for Stacy Meyers’ team and Wainwright made the 2014 varsity squad.

Roarin’ n Spikin’: Meyers’ Lady Tigers set to roll for 2014 campaign

Published Aug. 7, 2014 By Tony Adams The quest to put on Belton Lady Tiger varsity red-and-white got underway at Tiger Gym this week. Former Belton junior varsity players and incoming freshman converged upon Belton High School early Monday morning…

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AWARE Central Texas hosts Christmas in July

Published Aug. 7, 2014 By Sydney Walter Curiosity, solidarity, and community abounded as AWARE Central Texas hosted a Christmas in July BBQ and training session, raising both funds and awareness for their upcoming programs. “The purpose of this event is…

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Hospice Thrift Store manager Susan Robinson holds a bracelet made in honor of SSG Larry Keir.

POW bracelet found in thrift store

Published Aug. 7, 2014 By David Tuma In the aftermath of the Vietnam War, bracelets were made with the names of soldiers labeled Missing in Action or Prisoners of War. The bracelets were then sold to raise funds for DNA…

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