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Hearing from the community: Rep. White, local residents discuss issues at rally, town hall meeting

State Rep. Molly White, R-Belton, met with area residents and addressed a crowd of about 30 people at an anti-tax rally on the steps of the historic Bell County Courthouse on Saturday. White defended some of her more controversial actions since she took office when confronted by members of the Bell County Democratic Party at a town hall mee…

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Teacher profile: From 'Mad Men' to the classroom

When he was a child, Kennedy-Powell Elementary School teacher John Woodward was full of assumptions about life, including the belief that once an adult picked a career, he remained in that job and in that profession until he retired, he said.Also, teachers had it easy and got a lot of time off.

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Leader of the pack: Belton disposes of Killeen, stays perfect in 12-6A

BELTON — Although faltering a bit defensively in the final two innings, Belton took another step toward the District 12-6A baseball championship and the league’s top seed with a 7-2 victory over Killeen on Saturday at Tiger Field.The Tigers (13-7) improved to 9-0 in the district race with three games remaining, allowing Belton to retain a 2½-game lead over second-place Hewitt Midway and a three-game edge on Harker Heights.

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Loss strengthens church’s bond

Rick and Annette Donaldson, senior pastors and elders of The Point Christian Fellowship, 514 N. Third St. in Temple, have two very different backgrounds which led them into the ministry.Rick grew up attending a Baptist church and came from a strict background with high expectations, while Annette’s family did not attend church and she was free to pursue whatever she wanted.Together, the Donaldsons, who recently celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary, have been leading The Point since 2002.

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A wild run for charity

People looking to participate in a 5K that is more fun and offbeat than driven and competitive — and contribute to a worthy cause at the same time — can join the madness in the Insane Inflatable 5K on Saturday at Wilson Park Recreation Center, 2205 Curtis B. Elliot Drive in Temple.