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15 miles of roadway to be repaired throughout Belton

By David Tuma Publisher Street repairs in the City of Belton are ongoing as with any community. Belton is currently undergoing a major transformation of road improvements. In the long run, this will save the tax payers dollars by extending…

0 Comments / 138 View / October 6, 2016

Runners hit trail for clean water

By Lindsay Starr Platt Correspondent First Presbyterian Church of Temple hosted its third annual Living Waters 5K Fun Run and Walk. The race started at 6 p.m. just as the storm was trying to settle in at Confederate Park. The…

0 Comments / 111 View / October 5, 2016

New Nolan Creek segment opens with flood of tubers, visitors, movie-goers

By Kierra Pixler Managing Editor The Nolan Creek Nature Trail near the Martin Luther King Bridge was officially opened Saturday. The half-mile nature trail alongside Nolan Creek was opened with Mayor Marion Grayson and 25 others tubed down Nolan Creek…

0 Comments / 341 View / October 5, 2016

Break in drought could mean record deer season

By David Tuma Publisher This upcoming deer season should be a record one for Central Texas. We are three years past two hard drought years. This year in terms of rain 2016 was a record one. It was cool for…

0 Comments / 150 View / October 5, 2016

Masons declare support for Belton Police Dept.

By Danielle Wellborn-Tyler Correspondent The Belton Masonic Lodge held an appreciation dinner for the Belton Police Department and their families last Saturday. “We’ve been planning this for about 2 months. [We] set aside this day, the 24th of September in…

0 Comments / 210 View / October 4, 2016

Homecoming Highlight

Special touchdown makes lasting impression on players, community By Tony Adams Sports Editor As the clock struck zero in the first half of the Belton Tigers and Harker Heights District 8-6A matchup, the Tigers ran an untimed down to insert…

0 Comments / 170 View / October 4, 2016

Oct. 2-8 now National 4-H Week

By Lindsay Starr Platt Correspondent County commissioners gathered for their regular meeting Monday morning to discuss and consider items on the agenda. After the meeting was called to order Judge Jon Burrows read proclamations for Bell County. County commissioners approved…

0 Comments / 109 View / October 4, 2016

City optimistic they can avoid eminent domain

By Lindsay Starr Platt Correspondent Belton City Council met for a regular meeting Monday night at Harris Community Center. Mayor Pro Tem David K. Leigh had planned to participate in the meeting remotely via video conference from Tel Aviv, Israel…

0 Comments / 125 View / October 4, 2016

Put on your boots and walk to end Alzheimer’s

By Lindsay Starr Platt Correspondent On Thursday evening at Dead Fish Grill, dozens of people showed up for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Kickoff Party. Attendees had the chance to sign up for the walk and pick up promotional materials….

0 Comments / 144 View / September 29, 2016

September’s Discovery Day at museum teaches Chisholm Trail

By Lindsay Starr Platt Correspondent Little cowpokes and cowgirls traipsed through the rooms and hallways of Bell County Museum on Saturday in a “come-and-go” event. Bell County Museum hosted their monthly “Discovery Day with Charley Chisholm”. During this event museum…

0 Comments / 110 View / September 29, 2016