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Barely started down the path toward the first elections conducted under voting restrictions enacted last year by Republican lawmakers, Texas voters and local election officials have found themselves enveloped in a fog of errors, delays and miscommunications as they navigate new rules for casting votes by mail.

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A Temple man was indicted by a grand jury Wednesday after deputies said he ran from them, crashed his car, and had a gun he wasn’t supposed to have due to prior convictions.

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Central Texas College in Killeen will host a virtual public auction of surplus property Jan. 31 through Feb. 9. The online event will be conducted by Lone Star Auctioneers. Available items include computers, monitors, printers, office furniture, gym equipment, iPads, tables, chairs, desks, m…

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COPPERAS COVE — The future of a scholarship program in Copperas Cove that provides young boys up to the age of 8 and girls and women of all ages the opportunity to make a difference in the community is still in limbo after discussion and a decision was pushed back by two weeks again.

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Though most of Bell County has been in a state of drought for the past few weeks, Killeen residents can expect mild showers of rain over the coming week. The National Weather Service reported on Jan. 9 that Killeen has not had a significant rainfall since November.

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Amid laughter and the crack of drinks being opened, over 300 children and parents attended the tenth annual Killeen-Cove Youth Sports Association’s award ceremony.

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While Killeen residents can expect the cold weather to stay around for a little bit, things will begin to warm up to the 50 to 60 degree range throughout the week, according to National Weather Service Meotorologist Bianca Garcia.

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“Everybody can do something. Find your something,” Candace Cartwright, founder of Foster Love Bell County, told about 200 luncheon guests Saturday of the Temple Daily Telegram’s 18th annual Day for Women at the Frank W. Mayborn Civic and Convention Center.

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Custodial crews in the Salado, Academy and Jarrell independent school districts are spending the weekend deep-cleaning campuses — a task spurred by an increasing rise in COVID-19 infections among students and staff.