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A candidate whose name was expected to be on the ballot for the upcoming May election has been removed from the ballot after the Secretary of State noticed something missing on his application.

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In addition to a public hearing on water and wastewater impact fees, the Killeen City Council will hold another one, at its meeting Tuesday, on an ordinance amending the city’s FY 2021 annual budget to increase revenue and expenditure accounts in the General Fund.

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Troy City Administrator Jeff Straub — who led the city for more than six years — died of natural causes his home on Saturday, the city announced Monday.

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A nurse with almost 25 years of experience will take over as Belton ISD’s director of health services in April. The Board of Trustees recently approved the hiring of Marylisa Fanning, who currently serves as the school nurse at Belton High.

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Following several related citizens comments made at last week’s Killeen City Council workshop, the council is set to vote on a resolution which will decide if residents can carry handguns into city meetings.

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During the recent winter weather, many local residents were without power and also without water. As things have returned to normal, the Bell County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 who supplies water to Killeen and many of the surrounding cities, has addressed the water situation.

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Saturday was Geek Out Day at the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum, and the lobby was alive with costumed characters.

Giving the children a chance to don their favorite costumes, it was the museum’s first Family Day since December, said Mike Hicks, museum director.

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As the number of residents in Bell County have grown, so has the number of children in the foster care system.

This growth is the reason behind Baylor Scott & White McLane Children’s Medical Center’s new clinic for foster children.

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The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gas in the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood area was $2.45 on Saturday. That’s 7 cents higher than last week and 37 cents more than this time last year, according to AAA.