Jared Janczak: A Tiger To Remember

Jared Janczak has seen a ton of baseball in his young life in various cities. From Belton to Fort Worth and from Omaha to Goodyear, AZ, Janczak has taken the baseball train to many destinations around the country. Janczak, a…

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Wholesale Pharmacy, ScriptCo, Eyes More Patients to Leverage Costs

As Americans continue to pay high prescription medication prices, ScriptCo Pharmacy today announced the company is making prescription medications affordable to residents in Texas, Idaho, Massachusetts, and Nebraska. ScriptCo launched in October 2019 and currently serves dozens of members in…

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Community spread of COVID-19 hits Bell County

By Cassidy Pate, News Editor In line with the Local Disaster Declaration for Public Health Emergency associated with COVID-19, or coronavirus, published by Bell County Judge and County Emergency Management Director David Blackburn on Wednesday, Directive #2 has been issued…

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It is like Déja Vu: I know that I have been here before

While I have several feelings about how sports stopped on the international, professional, collegiate, and high school levels, there was one that kept creeping into my two broadcasts at the Jay Higgins Lake Highlands Classic last Thursday, March 12: uneasiness….

0 Comments / 1135 View / March 19, 2020

Judge Blackburn declares local state of disaster due to COVID-19

By Cassidy Pate, News Editor Due to the development of five presumptive positive COVID-19, or coronavirus, cases in Bell County, Bell County Judge and County Emergency Management Director David Blackburn declared a local state of disaster, effective Wednesday at midnight….

0 Comments / 533 View / March 18, 2020

Second presumptive positive COVID-19 case identified in Belton

By Cassidy Pate, News Editor The second presumptive positive case of COVID-19, or coronavirus, has been identified in Belton, a press release from the Bell County Public Health District (BCPHD) said. The BCPHD is employing self-isolation protocol and contact tracing…

0 Comments / 551 View / March 16, 2020

Belton ISD extends spring break one week, classes to resume Monday, March 23

By Cassidy Pate, News Editor In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus, and protect its students, faculty and community, Belton ISD has extended its spring break by one week. Classes are set to resume on Monday,…

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Bell County holds situational update briefing for COVID-19

By Cassidy Pate, News Editor In response to the first presumptive positive case of COVID-19, or coronavirus, being identified in Belton, a situational update briefing was held at the Central Texas Council of Governments (CTCOG) on Friday to inform and…

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Lena Armstrong Public Library to undergo façade improvements

By Cassidy Pate, News Editor Although it has gone by different names over the years, the Lena Armstrong Public Library has been a staple to the Belton community since 1899. In line with the library’s 2019-2023 Strategic Plan to preserve…

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Picasa Design decorates downtown Belton

By Cassidy Pate, News Editor For Killeen’s Ciece Gray, interior design has never been a career; rather, it has been a passion that dates back to redecorating her bedroom as a young girl. Following 24 years as a pharmaceutical technician,…

0 Comments / 489 View / March 13, 2020