KILLEEN — An example of how Belton’s Friday night went? Take Marques Aguilar’s whirling 19-yard third-quarter touchdown run into consideration.
The Tigers’ running back took a handoff from quarterback Connor Carothers and ran right into the back of one of his blockers about 6 yards behind the line of scrimmage and seemed surrounded.
The Russians are coming — to church. Christina Magkina, who has translated for Tom Popelka Ministries since 2005, is visiting churches all across Central Texas to bring a message of love from Russia.
Grace Presbyterian Church in Temple will host the Living Waters 5K Fun Run and Picnic Saturday, Oct. 13, at Confederate Park in Belton.
The race will begin 8:30 a.m. and will follow the Nolan Creek Trail. Participants will begin and end at the park.
“How long, O Lord?” “Where are you God?” How many times have you pondered those words, or cried them out in agony? It puts a picture into my mind of God pouring into your cup as a father would pour milk into a cup for a child, whispering, “Say when.” Only, what pours so freely is pain, disease, struggle, and gloom. “Enough already!” you cry out. “When!”
This weekend will offer plenty of options for fun activities including the TBBOR Duck Dash Festival, Salado’s Chocolate and Wine Weekend, a casino night fundraiser and a healthy dose of music.
The Temple Symphony Orchestra will present its 25th anniversary season premier performance 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Mary Alice Marshall Performing Arts Center on the Temple College campus.
The featured performer will be German pianist and Van Cliburn finalist Jan Jiracek.
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