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Public servants party with public during National Night Out By Lindsay Starr Platt The Belton Journal The Belton Police Department and city officials once again participated in the National Night Out celebrations Tuesday night. Officers, volunteers and officials visited a…

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Downs But Not Out hosts 19th annual walk

By Patrick Lacombe The Belton Journal Approximately 1,500 people, most of them wearing identical pink T-shirts, gathered together last Sunday at Heritage Park in Belton to take a walk, eat barbecue and sausage with all the fixin’s, and visit with…

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Bell County names 2014 Miss Flame

By Lindsay Starr Platt The Belton Journal A crowd gathered in downtown Temple at the Central Fire Station to participate in the annual Fire Rescue Safety Day on Saturday. The fire station opened their doors to the public and conducted…

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A Dawg-gone shame

Turnovers spoil home district opener against Cove 42-21 By Tony Adams Sports Editor Friday night at Tiger Field brought forth Belton’s second game of their District 12-6A schedule, as they Tigers hosted Copperas Cove. Belton held Cove off the scoreboard…

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Lady Tiger in fourth place tie after back-to-back losses

By Tony Adams Sports Editor The Belton Lady Tigers went into the second round of the District 12-6A schedule at Harker Heights Tuesday night with a 3-3 record, having been swept by Copperas Cove in straight sets Friday night. With…

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UMHB hit road for first 2014 ASC tilt against Sul Ross

By Tony Adams Sports Editor Holding steady as D3Football.com and AFCA’s number 2-ranked team in NCAA Division III, the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor will travel Alpine to take on Sul Ross State in their opening game of the American Southwest…

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Honorary Pilots

Flying Vikings give children hope, freedom from disabilities By Patrick Lacombe The Belton Journal The Flying Vikings held their Second Annual Car, Plane, and Bike Show last Saturday at the Draughon Miller Airport in Temple. “We’re off to a good…

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Mraz represents Belton as 2014 Miss Flame

By Devin Corbitt The Belton Journal Kendall Mraz proudly represented the Belton Fire Department in last night’s county Miss Flame competition. Mraz, a junior at Belton High School, was selected as the 2014 Belton Miss Flame last week. “It’s going…

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Cheerleaders Think Pink, Go Red

By Nikki Velarde The Belton Journal For the fourth year in a row, the Belton High School cheerleaders are selling T-shirts to benefit Scott and White Cancer Research. It all began when a mother of one of the cheerleaders was…

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City to replace sidewalks, water lines

By David Tuma The Belton Journal Belton’s City Council authorized Clark & Fuller Civil Engineering to complete a plan for replacing city sidewalks and a water main along South Main Street. The cost of the engineering and surveying services will…

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