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Park Place Manor celebrates 30 years of service

By Heather Regula, Correspondent Park Place Manor, the winner of the 2017 Reader’s Choice Award for the best nursing home, celebrated 30 years of service to the Belton community with a “Western Style” Family Day, from 11 a.m. – 1:30…

0 Comments / 15 View / October 20, 2017

Unity in the CommUNITY — Temple/Belton taking on Breast Cancer

Special to the Journal FC Belton is partnering with TrueCore Fitness, OG Fitness, and Good Life Bakery and Cafe on Oct. 21, from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. to raise money for Barbells for Boobs. This charity is raising awareness as well…

0 Comments / 20 View / October 19, 2017

Friday night’s football game was more than just a game

By Heather Regula, Correspondent   Belton ISD showcased how much heart the Big Red caring community had on Friday, Oct. 6 in several pre-game activities before the Belton Tigers took the field against Killeen. Tiger Stadium was in shock as…

0 Comments / 17 View / October 19, 2017

Arusha’s: A hidden gem

By Heather Regula, Correspondent Arusha’s, nestled in downtown Belton, is known for its’ unhurried atmosphere and wide selection of coffees and teas. Many locals venture to Arusha’s to enjoy Open Mic Night, A Cup of Art, and live music events….

0 Comments / 30 View / October 18, 2017

National Night Out for the Belton Community

By Taylor Powell, Correspondent An exciting night of fun-filled activities was held at First United Methodist Church of Belton on October 3 from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Although the event was planned to be held outside the church, the plans were…

0 Comments / 12 View / October 17, 2017

City of Belton set for record year in 2017

By David Tuma, Publisher Belton has been up and down all year on sales tax receipts from the state. In July, the City of Belton was up 14 percent in sales tax returns received from the state off of retail…

0 Comments / 35 View / October 16, 2017

A sneak peak at upcoming Downtown Belton Merchant’s Association events

By Kierra Pixler, Managing Editor With fall just beginning to cool the weather down in our area, it’s a subtle reminder that a few annual holiday events are about to kick off. Magdaly Newsome, President of The Downtown Belton Merchant’s…

0 Comments / 41 View / October 15, 2017

Broken crayons still color: Tirzah joins The Crayon Initiative

By Heather Regula, Correspondent Tirzah is a Hebrew word, with Biblical roots, meaning “…she is my delight, my beloved…” Diana Arldt-Roberts, a finance manager at Scott and White, opened Tirzah, a venue in downtown Belton, in January 2017. “I got…

0 Comments / 19 View / October 14, 2017

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