Category : Lifestyles

Belton library upgrades its catalog and summer programs

By Julia Jones, Correspondent It’s time to book a trip to Belton’s library – they’ve made some changes to their story. The Lena Armstrong Public Library is taking a step toward the future by implementing new technology to expand the…

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That Art Place hosted Belton Rocks event

By Taylor Powell Correspondent On July 3, That Art Place held a rock painting event to support the local Belton community. There is a local sensation that has taken place in Belton. This local sensation is called Belton Rocks and…

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NFL players visit patients at Children’s Medical Center

By Taylor Powell, Correspondent Sunday night football is a staple in our American culture. The joyful entertainment that these players bring into households is the same joy they bring to the children at the Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s…

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Local girl competes in National American Miss Texas Pageant

By Kierra Pixler, Managing Editor Miss Ariel Emily Brie Schaedle of Belton, age five, has been chosen as a State Finalist in the National American Miss Texas Pageant to be held on July 14-15 at the beautiful Westin Galleria in…

0 Comments / 91 View / July 8, 2017

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation hosts fundraiser in Belton

By Kyle Cushman, Correspondent You won’t find many elk roaming around central Texas, but you will find some supporters of elk and their habitat. The Central Texas Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) held their annual fundraising event…

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Bowfishing in Belton: The sea hath fish for every man

By Kierra Pixler, Managing Editor It’s nightfall and Brett Bailey stands on the deck of one of his three specially designed pontoon boats with built-in LED see lights scanning the cloudy water. Next to him, Candice Combs nocks an arrow…

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Local artist paints her way to success at A Cup of Art

By Heather Regula, Correspondent A Cup of Art, featuring local artist Ann Montgomery, took place on Saturday, June 17 at Arusha’s Coffee. Johnny Bohlin & the Fair-weather Winds Brass Quintet provided live music. Ann Montgomery gets her inspiration from nature…

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Local couple adventures with Belton ghosts, wraiths

By Taylor Powell, Correspondent On the evening of June 16, a Ghost Wagon Tour was held in the downtown Temple area. The spooky part of the year is in the fall, but Rick and Connie Bell brought this ghost tour…

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Learning and fun link at Bricks 4 Kidz summer camp

By Julia Jones, Correspondent Excited gasps and giggles escaped the crowd of kids as they watched a model train roll on its tracks around a moving Lego amusement park of their creation. Bricks 4 Kidz ran its first week-long camp…

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Bell County Expo hosts City-Wide Garage Sale

By Taylor Powell, Correspondent On June 10 and 11, the Bell County Expo Center held the City-Wide Garage Sale. The City-Wide Garage Sale is an event in Belton held three times a year since 1993. The sale is open to…

0 Comments / 63 View / June 25, 2017