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LAKE JACKSON (AP) — Texas officials Saturday lifted a warning for all but one Houston-area community to stop using tap water because it might be tainted with a deadly brain-eating microbe.
Season-opening wins and losses don’t necessarily make or break a team’s year.
But, boy, did Temple set the proper tone for its 2020 campaign Friday night.
A Faith Fest featuring multiple musical acts will take place Sunday, Oct. 4, at Yettie Polk Park in Belton. The event is organized by Bill Phillips, who got the idea after the Belton Senior Activity Center closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is a place for reasoning and logic in problem-solving, but there will be times that we must “turn off our brain” and “turn on our heart” and put our trust in the Lord.
Upcoming events in Central Texas include a longboard skateboarding race in Temple, a wizard-themed event at the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum and a gospel event at Cedar Valley Baptist Church in Salado.
Area events this weekend include a model train show in Temple, multiple American Legion activities, a fishing tournament on Lake Belton, fall fun at the Robinson Family Farm, and auditions for “A Christmas Carol” in Salado.