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BELTON — Michael Carpenter might show up just about anywhere on the football field.
Children practiced reading aloud Saturday at the library to a captivated audience of one — Toby.
The 1st “Ironhorse” Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, completed Ironhorse Rampage on Nov. 4-22.
SALADO — Shyenne Hicks hasn’t even played the first game of her senior season at Salado and Texas A&M-Kingsville can’t wait for her to arrive and do for it what she has done the past four years for the Lady Eagles.
After a two-year stint as a college coach, 32-year coaching veteran Joey McQueen is returning to his roots and to the area, accepting the athletic director-head football coach position at Florence during a school board meeting Monday evening.
Winless in four previous tries to defeat Wisconsin-Whitewater, Mary Hardin-Baylor doesn’t have to look far for motivation.
Building a Garden with Knowledge, Charles Patterson Middle School $4,788.26
FORT HOOD — Three soldiers joined the Army for adventure, only to become the first women to serve as fire direction specialists in the field artillery branch, following the Defense Department’s decision to open combat roles to women this year.
BELTON — As many ways as there are to score points in a football game, the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor seems to utilize all of them.
BELTON — Brian Gallagher was ready for business.
BELTON — Far from dominant and even farther from perfect, Mary Hardin-Baylor got gritty Saturday afternoon at bone-chilling Crusader Stadium.
Bob Copeland was 15 when Pearl Harbor was bombed and World War II began. He was too young to enlist, but he was determined to serve his country.
When opponents see JaQuan Jackson, most aren’t intimidated or raise a brow to the Louisiana Tech freshman guard and her 5-foot-8 frame.
BELTON — Mary Hardin-Baylor makes no bones about it and hasn’t for a decade or so.
BELTON — Anyone with the name Kamray has to have quickness and the ability to make big plays. Left guards aren’t named Kamray.
JOHANNESBURG — Nelson Mandela was a master of forgiveness.
(NAPSI)—Nationwide, more than 12 million people have been diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and it is estimated that as many as 12 million more have the symptoms but are unaware that they have the disease. There is no cure for COPD, and if left untreated, it can affect everyday life, making it harder for people to do the things they enjoy. With early diagnosis and proper treatment, however, COPD can be managed, enabling people to stay active and feel better.
Tarleton State defensive end Andre Allen knows how difficult it is for friends and family to make the two-hour drive to Memorial Stadium in Stephenville to watch him play.
As soon as Haiden was born, Kassie Rivera knew something was wrong.
(BPT) - When Ginny Knackmuhs beat early-stage breast cancer and had routine checkups during the years that followed, she thought the disease was behind her. But in 2009, she was shocked to receive another diagnosis of breast cancer. This time it was metastatic, the most advanced kind.
Soldiers from 13th Sustainment Command hosted a group of Boy Scouts and leaders from Troop 845 from Coppell for a tour of Fort Hood on Nov. 16.
First Sgt. Mark Tobey, of Chaos Company, 3rd Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, spends his days taking care of soldiers and equipment.
When Kristi Davidson got the news her husband would be coming home from his first deployment five months early, she cried.
Nearly 6,000 soldiers and their families were able to relax and enjoy Thanksgiving dinner courtesy of the post’s dining facilities.
BELTON — There is only so much physical pounding a defense can absorb, and Mary Hardin-Baylor running back Elijah Hudson has a tendency to push opponents past the breaking point.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.