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TISD proposes $136.5 million bond

Temple Independent School District officials have proposed the highest-ever bond in the district’s history for the upcoming November ballot. But what exactly does the district plan on doing with $136.5 million?“This bond will touch almost every facility in the district,” said Kent Boyd, assistant superintendent for finance and operations fo…

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Tractor show cultivates a crowd

Just about everything was old-fashioned at the 44th annual Texas Early Day Tractor and Engine Association State Show on Eberhardt Road on Saturday. Amidst the sea of antique tractors, threshers and other farm equipment, vendors and volunteers offered such novelties as raw honey, stone ground corn meal and ice cream made with “hit and miss” gasoline-powered engines.Bobby Hargrove of Heidenheimer brought his 1951 John Deere MC crawler for show, and prepared to enter his 1949 G John Deere tractor in the pulling contest. The tractors pull a sled for the longest distance, he said. “It’s weighted, and as it goes down the track it gets heavier,” he said.

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Temple saddles up: Nealy, Wildcats break Mustangs in 38-13 win

MANOR — Temple didn’t rush for the most yards or pass for the most yards, and it didn’t have the most first downs.But the sixth-ranked Wildcats did have workhorse running back De’Vante Nealy and a stubborn, opportunistic defense, and that’s all they needed in Friday night’s District 17-5A showdown against Manor.A.J. Gulley snatched quarterback Jonathan Gaston’s fumble out of midair and returned it for a crucial 10-yard touchdown right before halftime, and a relentless Nealy carried 33 times for 197 yards and two third-quarter scores as Temple scrapped its way to a 38-13 victory at Mustang Stadium.

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Oddities abound in play

An odd family with odder hobbies is the centerpiece of “You Can’t Take It With You,” a Pulitzer-winning play being brought to the stage by Temple High School students this week.