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Driving the 2014 Ford Focus is incredibly fun and enjoyable. It has a dynamic design| addictive driving experience| and an interior that immerses you into something that is definitely more than just a car. The Focus comes in 7 models to pick from: the Base S Sedan| SE Sedan| SE Hatch| Titanium Sedan| ST| Titanium Hatch| and Electric. New for 2014| there’s a Sport Appearance Package for the SE| which has sport cloth seats| a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob| and an available rear spoiler. Every drop of fuel is effectively used in the Focus| from its convenient entry through the Easy Fuel capless fuel filler to its efficient use in the 2.0L I-4 engine. Twin independent variable camshaft timing (Ti-VCT) adds extra precision| contributing to fuel efficiency or power output. The electric power-assisted steering (EPAS) contributes to fuel efficiency as well. Plus| Active Grille Shutters help Focus make itself even more aerodynamic and fuel-efficient. This all helps Focus SE with the SFE Package achieve up to 40 MPG HWY| which equals less stops at the pump. Focus has a lot to offer inside as well. For entertainment| there’s SYNC with MyFord Touch| standard on Titanium and Electric trims| and optional on SE and ST. On select models| luxury comes in the form of leather-trimmed seats| dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control| ambient lighting| and 2 Interior Style Packages that feature two-tone leather-trimmed seats| matching door-trim inserts| coordinated steering wheel trim and more. Enjoy it all from a cockpit that was designed to help you conquer the road. The new Focus ST is geared to get you to your destination quickly. Mash the aluminum accelerator pedal and you’ll be treated to the rollicking performance of its 252-hp| high-output 2.0L EcoBoost I-4 engine that’s linked to a 6-speed manual transmission. An overboost feature can sustain increased torque (from 3000 to 4500 rpm) for 15 seconds at a time enhancing its performance feel.
BELTON — Belton’s Lena Armstrong Public Library will soon offer virtual books. The library received a $5,000 J. Frank Dobie Library Trust Award, which is given each spring to chosen applicants. Kim Kroll, the library’s director, said all the money will be spent only on e-books.
The Defense Department on Tuesday released a report documenting the damaging cuts to military forces, modernization and readiness that will be required if defense budgets are held at sequester-levels in the years beyond fiscal 2015.