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The 2014 Explorer is your family’s very own 7-person adventure machine. Explorer inspires with best-in-class hwy fuel economy even the hybrid competition can’t beat: 28 mpg with the 2.0L EcoBoost engine. For the performance-driven| the 3.5L EcoBoost V6| standard on the new Explorer Sport| produces best-in-class V6 power and torque. Maximize your traction with the turn of a dial. Stay connected to your calls| music and more with both hands on the wheel with Ford SYNC. Increase your confidence with our driver-assist advancements. Go further in a 2014 Explorer. Explorer's highly capable Terrain Management System is paired with Intelligent 4WD to give you seamless shift-on-the-fly confidence. When encountering challenging conditions| just turn the dial to match the scene outside. When traffic is detected in your blind spots| BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with cross traffic alert is designed to alert you with a light in your sideview mirror. In addition| the Adaptive cruise control and collision warning with brake support is designed to help you maintain a preset gap from the vehicle in front of you. Travel in style and luxury with leather-trimmed seating| standard inside Explorer Limited. New this year| second-row heated seats are made available on the Limited| and automatic headlamps have been made standard joining together with other features such as heated steering wheel and 10-way power| heated and cooled front seats to take your comfort to extremes. Standard seating for 7 features environmentally friendly| supportive| soy-based foam in the seat cushions and seatbacks to help conserve limited resources and reduce CO2 emissions. A dual-panel moonroof fills the cabin with light. This graceful space - crafted to world-class standards for fit and finish - is sure to please wherever your journey takes you.
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.