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Temple ISD Superintendent Bobby Ott is traversing from campus to campus to inform voters about the district’s upcoming $184.9 million bond election this November — a package that would fund a new elementary school, allow for a variety of infrastructure improvements and add 14 new classrooms to existing campuses.

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The Belton Educational Enrichment Foundation continued its dedication in funding student scholarships and teacher grants last week when it raised more than $110,000 during its annual Boots & BBQ fundraiser.

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BELTON — A $40,000 grant has been awarded to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation to continue program support for the UMHB Conservatory of Music, officials said.

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Fort Hood soldier Cpl. Nakealon Keunte Mosley was served a court order on Aug. 31 concerning a child he had with another soldier. Four days later, on the night of Sept. 4, police say he fatally shot the child’s mother, Sgt. Francine Martinez, soon after she left a Killeen club with friends.

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COPPERAS COVE — Joining thousands of students across the country and at local campuses, students at Copperas Cove High School joined together to pray and worship together on the soccer practice field Wednesday morning.

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Central Texas College in Killeen is scheduled to partner with the Department of State Health Services and Spartan Medical to host a free, public coronavirus vaccination clinic at the Anderson Campus Center on campus from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday.

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A total of 123 soap dispensers have gone missing from Killeen Independent School District properties due to students participating in a “devious” viral TikTok challenge, KISD spokeswoman Taina Maya said Tuesday.

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The handwritten letter from an inmate in the Bell County Jail begins like a voice reaching up from the bottom of a well, faint yet powerfully insistent: “To Anyone Who is Listening,” it says.

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Hospitalizations of COVID-19 in Trauma Service Area L — which includes Bell County — dropped by more than 8 percentage points Monday compared to Friday.

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Belton ISD trustees unanimously approved an order authorizing bond refinancing, and approved the hire of a new campus administrator during its regular school board meeting on Monday.

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Hospitalizations of COVID-19 in Trauma Service Area L — which includes Bell County — dropped by more than eight percentage points Monday compared to Friday.