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Belton’s first Bacon, Brews and Blues draws in residents from all around

By Heather Regula, Correspondent The festivities for Belton’s inaugural Bacon, Brews, and Blues two-day event kicked off Friday evening with food trucks and live music provided by the 1st Cavalry Brass Band and Texas Flood. The City of Belton partnered…

0 Comments / 29 View / October 13, 2017

Polka Sunday at First Presbyterian Church

Special to the Journal The First Presbyterian Church of Belton is proclaiming the word of Godthrough music with their fourth annual Polka Sunday Service on October 15, at 10:55 a.m., featuring the Middletones Duet. Mike Middleton is the Accordionist, and…

0 Comments / 12 View / October 12, 2017

Ladies Auxiliary hosts first annual 5K and chili cook-off

By Heather Regula, Correspondent Saturday’s weather was perfect for the MPVFD Ladies Auxiliary’s first 5K and chili cook-off. The event was held at the Morgan’s Point Community Center. Profit Event Services times the race, which started at 9 a.m. The…

0 Comments / 28 View / October 12, 2017

Community supports The Walk to End Alzheimer’s

By Heather Regula, Correspondent The Walk to End Alzheimer’s took place at Confederate Park on Saturday, September 16. There were over 26 teams pre-registered, and approximately 300 walkers were expected. Over $20,000 was raised for this event, and the funds…

0 Comments / 19 View / October 3, 2017

Belton Firefighters save local business from potential disaster

By David Tuma, Publisher Being a small business owner is rewarding, but it has its draw backs. There is not fall back plan if you fail. No safety net to make you house payment if your business goes under. There…

0 Comments / 47 View / October 2, 2017

A Cup of Art shines a light on Help Heal Veterans

By Heather Regula, Correspondent The monthly “A Cup of Art,” hosted by My Giving Tree, coincides with Market Days and takes place on the third Saturday of each month at Arusha’s. “A Cup of Art continues to grow. Word is…

0 Comments / 46 View / October 1, 2017

Woods, Waters and Wildlife: The Cricket Run

By John Jefferson Fishing worms cost a dime a can when I was ten. When spending summers at my grandmother’s home on the Guadalupe River between Seguin and New Braunfels, dimes came few and far between. And bait didn’t last…

0 Comments / 41 View / October 1, 2017

Texas Honey Queen graces local beekeepers

By Taylor Powell, Correspondent Local beekeepers in the community gathered together on the evening of Thursday, Sept. 14 at the Troy Community Center to hear a presentation given by Texas Honey Queen Megan Pettibon. The congregation of beekeepers began at…

0 Comments / 35 View / September 30, 2017

Belton ISD students sworn in as members of Youth Advisory Commission

By Taylor Powell, Correspondent On Sept. 12, a City Council Meeting took place at 5:30 p.m. at the Harris Community Center. This meeting took place in the Wright room located in the Harris community center and the meeting consisted of…

0 Comments / 79 View / September 30, 2017

Bell County Commissioners thank KISD for their efforts in helping with Hurricane Harvey

By Lindsay Starr Platt, Correspondent Bell County Commissioners met for their regular meeting on Monday, Sept. 11. Commissioners approved the of the re-appointment of two Bell County board members, Precinct 3 Commissioner Bill Schumann and Kathryn A. Long. Schumann is…

0 Comments / 37 View / September 29, 2017