- Staying connected: Ott emphasizes communication, safety in video message
- Health officials urge safety measures during Labor Day weekend; Temple resident’s death reported by district
- Reopening with optimism: Smith says Belton ISD will succeed with education challenges
- Texans spent less going out to eat and drink, but more on home improvement as coronavirus cases peaked this summer
- Nearly 90 percent of county COVID-19 cases recuperated; Bell County starts new coronavirus dashboard as 4 more deaths reported
BELTON — The Bell County District Attorney’s Office seeks to revoke a Temple woman’s probation in a case in which she led officers on a pursuit while an 18-month infant was in the vehicle.
Dear Readers: We’re heading into the holiday season, and boy, do we need some holiday cheer. What better way to get into the spirit than by organizing our holiday decor so we can actually see what we have and what we need to buy?
Dear Annie: My sister, “Nancy,” had COVID-19 back in March and ended up spending three months in the hospital. However, before she became ill, she was evicted because of her youngest son’s drug habit. The landlord knew he was using drugs and wanted him gone. Nancy refused to make her son lea…
The coronavirus is shaking up America’s liquor laws. At least 33 states and the District of Columbia are temporarily allowing cocktails to-go during the pandemic.
Dog paddling will be the most popular way of swimming at Temple’s Clark Pool next weekend as the city hosts the Wag N’ Wade Pool Pawty. The event is limited to 36 slots. To register, visit https://bit.ly/2QvCuf0.
Upcoming events include First Friday in downtown Temple, a Family Day at the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum, and an Artist 2 Artist showcase in Salado.