- With federal eviction ban expiring, Texans apply for rent relief
- ‘American tragedy’: Biden orders tough new vaccination rules for federal workers
- U.S. attorney general blasts Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s latest border directive and threatens a legal battle
- UPDATE: Regional hospitalization rate rises to 14.12%; Bell reports more than 900 cases
- New CDC guidelines set off rush to reimpose mask mandates
Hundreds of thousands of Texans are finding it difficult to stay up to date on their rent payments as they recover from the economic distress caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Southeastern Conference university presidents voted Thursday to invite Texas and Oklahoma to the league and create a 16-team powerhouse on the field and at the bank.
Dear Heloise: As I recall, you once had a good hint for keeping insects away from food that is outside. We’re having a garden wedding here very soon, and I’d like to keep the wedding cake free of bugs while the ceremony is in progress. Could you repeat that hint?
Dear Annie: I am in my late 60s, and my boyfriend, “Mark,” is in his early 70s. We have been living together in my house for a year and a half. We’re both divorced and have adult children from our previous marriages. Mark communicates daily with all five children via phone calls and text mes…
Dear Heloise: I’ve worked out a good system with my preteen kids. If they are with a group of friends and the friends are pressuring them to do things they don’t want to do, I’ve advised them to call me.
Area events this weekend include the annual “Salado Legends” performance, a movies in the park event in Temple, live music and more.
Ready for a legendary weekend? Local events include the opening of the annual “Salado Legends” outdoor musical, a reception for a memorial art exhibit, a mixed martial arts match at the Bell County Expo Center, live music and more.