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Reindeer take a rest as helicopter delivers Santa to Temple

By Kierra Pixler, Managing Editor     With Christmas right around the corner, families are getting into the holiday spirit. On December 8, Main Street Hall in Temple will be hosting a free family-friendly event that will feature Santa being flown…

0 Comments / 35 View / December 2, 2018

Perry Office Plus announces local acquisition, Knoll Furniture Alignment

Special to the Journal     Temple-based office products and furniture dealer Perry Office Plus has announced the acquisition of another local furniture dealer Commercial Furniture Solutions (CFS), as well as their new alignment with furniture manufacturer, Knoll, Inc.  …

0 Comments / 25 View / December 1, 2018

Four Belton officers to receive award

By David Tuma, Publisher     At the Belton City Council meeting in early December, four Belton Police officers will be awarded the Lifesaving Awards for actions taken in November. The awards presentation will be held on Dec. 11.    …

0 Comments / 47 View / November 30, 2018

Temple Children’s Museum to host Yule Tide Tour of Homes

Special to the Journal     Temple Children’s Museum will be hosting a Yule Tide Tour of Homes on Friday, November 30 from 4-7 p.m. and on Saturday, December 1st from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. You will have the…

0 Comments / 29 View / November 29, 2018

Jeff and Melinda Tucker: Local producers bring their work home

By Heather Regula, Correspondent     The Draughon-Miller Central Texas Regional Airport in Temple saw a different kind of action on Thursday when the production crew of Flying T Entertainment took over! Producers Jeff and Melinda Tucker were in town to…

0 Comments / 201 View / November 29, 2018

Belton hopes to avoid a 130 ton fatberg

By David Tuma, Publisher     We all like our tax dollars, especially the dollars we send or create by spending. One of the myths in any community is “I don’t create enough grease to clog the pipes.” Once any amount…

0 Comments / 102 View / November 28, 2018

Mt. Zion United Methodist church celebrates their 174th year

By Peter Zuniga, Correspondent     On Sunday, Nov. 18, a church, older than how long Texas has been a state, celebrated its anniversary. That church happens to be Mt. Zion United Methodist Church. And for many in Belton, it happens…

0 Comments / 23 View / November 28, 2018

Halloween story submissions: The Red Cloak

By Ella Pusey     Being a fair haired, blue eyed boy in Hamburg, Germany of 1945 is not the best scenario. My mother country had just finished, unsuccessfully, attempting to take over the whole continent of Europe. I was…

0 Comments / 15 View / November 20, 2018

Halloween story submissions: Gone

By Jayci Dawkins     ‘Twas a cold night in Newport, Rhode Island. My husband, Brendon, unloads luggage from our cab. As I watch his dark brown hair blow in the wind, he suddenly sets down his suitcase, turns around,…

0 Comments / 16 View / November 20, 2018

Halloween story submissions: The killer clown

By Serenity Hernandez     Once upon a time, there was a girl named Olivia. She had everything she wanted from a paper clip to a sports car and a house. Her parents weren’t even rich and after about a…

0 Comments / 24 View / November 20, 2018