Daily Archives : November 6, 2014

Captivatin’ Kavan

Johnson scores 4 TDs in Tigers’ 38-6 win By Tony Adams Sports Editor With the three-way tie for the fourth and final playoff spot in limbo in District 12-6A, the Belton Tigers looked to trip up the Killeen Ellison Eagles…

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Purses and Pearls

American Cancer Society celebrates breast cancer survivors By Nikki Velarde The Belton Journal Bras and purses, bras, and pearls, brunch and – you guessed it – more bras. Last Thursday the Expo Center held the 2nd Annual American Cancer Society…

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Bell County Museum welcomes Trick-or-Treaters

By Nikki Velarde The Belton Journal Last Thursday the Bell County Museum opened their doors to little ghouls and goblins, princesses and heroes for their Second Annual Night at the Museum. The purpose of this event is to “provide a…

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Visiting Angels Gather Fleece for Seniors

By Lindsay Starr Platt The Belton Journal Last year, individuals and organizations from surrounding communities donated fleece that was made into almost 100 blankets for local senior citizens. Once again, Visiting Angels is collecting fleece, with hopes of exceeding the…

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Council appoints city board members

By Devin Corbitt The Belton Journal The Belton City Council met for a short meeting Tuesday night before adjourning into a work session to discuss the Street Maintenance Plan, on which no action was taken. Councilmembers David Leigh and Guy…

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Crusaders score 56 straight points, blister TLU 72-16

Special to the Journal The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor football team exploded in the second quarter to break open a close game as the Cru raced past 17th-ranked Texas Lutheran University 72-16 Saturday afternoon in Seguin. UMHB improves to 7-0…

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