Voters will go to the polls in Coryell County on March 3 seeking to pick candidates in a handful of contested races.
Whoever wins the March 3 primary will win the November election in two contested constable races in Coryell County. All four candidates are running as Republicans.
Incumbent Coryell County Sheriff Scott A. Williams will seek re-election against former Coryell County Constable Roger Hammack in the March 3 Republican primary.
One of the most contested local races on the March 3 primary ballot is one Bell County Justice of the Peace position.
Two commissioner races will be on ballots in the March 3 Republican primary in Coryell County.
State Rep. J.D. Sheffield, R-Gatesville, is looking to claim a fifth term as the state representative for District 59. Sheffield was first elected to the seat on Nov. 7, 2012.
The primary election coming up next month might as well be Election Day for the Bell County Sheriff’s race. Both current Sheriff Eddy Lange and challenger Fred Harris, a Killeen Police Department detective, are Republicans, and there is no Democratic challenger.
Four Republicans and five Democrats are vying for the U.S. District 31 seat, held since 2003 by Republican John Carter, who also is a candidate.
Three Republicans are running to replace Fancy Jezek as the judge of the 426th District Court. They are: Belton lawyer Jeff Parker, Killeen lawyer Steve Duskie and Salado lawyer Wade Faulkner.
A constable seat in Bell County is up for grabs, and five candidates — two Republicans and three Democrats — are vying for it.
Visitors had trouble choosing what aspect of sustainable living they wanted to learn about during the Mother Earth News Fair on Saturday at the Bell County Expo Center.
How to “speak chicken,” raise smaller cows or build a cob house were among the hundreds of options. The heavily attended two-day fair winds up today from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Around 50 people gathered at the Killeen Mall on Saturday for the grand opening of the new, expanded women’s section at Dillard’s.
Between five seasons at Temple High School from 1982-87 and 33 seasons at Temple College from 1987 through present, Johnson’s Wildcats and Leopards squads have won 822 games (21.6 per season) and qualified for postseason competition almost every year.
Johnson’s final game at TC Gym is against Southwestern Christian at 4 p.m. Saturday. Immediately following it, Johnson will have the opportunity to relive his entire career when TC honors him by hosting his former players and their families in a reception at Temple College Pavilion.
Four classes at Southwest Elementary, 611 Saunders St., are incubating chicken eggs to learn about the life cycle. The lesson goes beyond understanding how an animal is born.
Several Temple officials, a pastor and local NAACP members stressed the importance of trust before healing in Temple can begin.
The Dec. 2, 2019, shooting of 28-year-old Michael Dean by Temple Police Officer Carmen DeCruz and the lack of a narrative for more than two months sent Dean’s family and others into a combination of anger, despair and distrust, Dean family members said.
COPPERAS COVE — Copperas Cove Police Officer Jose Casarez handed out a little advice to a young fisherman having a little trouble casting Saturday morning at City Park Pond.
HARKER HEIGHTS — In 2016, The “So Natural Food Restaurant” locally owned and operated by Luvina Sabree and her husband, Jameel, was ambushed by Robert Levine and his “Restaurant Impossible” television show crew. The show airs on the Food Network.
For Austin resident Louis LeDoux, coming out of retirement was only supposed to last six months.
Co-owners of a local business recently launched her new business expansion both to grow her clientele, and create new opportunities for other business owners.
At pretrial hearings on Friday, a case involving two men accused of stealing coupons worth thousands of dollars was set for further pretrial hearings.
The officer-involved shooting that led to the death of unarmed Temple resident Michael Dean identified issues in Temple that involve communication and trust.
There was no shortage of visitors for veterans at the Temple VA on Friday.
Area reports indicated:
Temple schools Superintendent Bobby Ott will bring his expertise of finance formulas to the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor this fall with plans to teach a doctoral school finance course.
Since the move to the larger facility in January, Dillard’s Killeen location has offered an elevated level of service to local shoppers, according to corporate spokeswoman Julie Guymon.
Three Central Texas men who were indicted on Jan. 29 on unrelated felony assault charges entered not guilty pleas in Bell County courtrooms on Thursday and Friday.
BELTON — Residents who are disabled or have special needs may be eligible for a grant to make their homes more accessible.
After being closed for a day-and-a-half, Hobby Lobby in Killeen reopened Friday morning. The cause of the closure was a power outage, and the fire department has revealed the answer why.