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Editor’s note: The Telegram is participating in National Newspaper Week with a series of articles on how newpapers cover Bell County and the surrounding region.

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Traffic was backed up Wednesday evening on northbound Interstate 35 in Temple after a piece of equipment being transported by an 18-wheeler struck the bridge at Central Avenue. Motorists can expect delays and alternative routes are advised.

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Though the Killeen Daily Herald firmly remains grounded in the print side of journalism, the newspaper continues to expand a variety of online content through its website and several social media platforms.

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Bell County volunteers are slated to tackle a variety of community projects on Friday as part of the 21st annual Day of Caring event hosted by United Way of Central Texas.

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It was not a sight one sees everyday in Killeen Tuesday morning, when a car ran up a guide line on a utility pole at the intersection of West Stan Schlueter Loop and Old Farm-to-Market Road 440 around noon Tuesday, leaving the vehicle in a nearly upright position.

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COPPERAS COVE — A gas line break Tuesday morning on the campus of Copperas Cove High School sent parents scrambling to pick up their students from the school. The gas line break caused an early end of the day for students.

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Two years after her high-profile murder, Fort Hood Spc. Vanessa Guillen’s short life and the historic movement for justice that followed will be the subject of Netflix’s latest documentary.

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Local newspapers like the Telegram stand as spotlights for local residents by reporting what is going on in area communities — from public meetings to open records requests — through reporting on local government and school districts.

Rebecca McEntee, who teaches journalism at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, said local newspapers are needed to keep readers informed of what is happening in their community — not just recycling online content.

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A pair of Belton ISD stakeholders, equipped with signs, kicked off their Monday by protesting outside of the administration building for nearly two hours.

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BELTON — Falling temperatures in Bell County over the next week will not result in the end of the local burn ban.