The Temple Daily Telegram’s coverage of the officer-involved shooting of Temple resident Michael Dean was honored for a second consecutive year by the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors on Tuesday.
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Upcoming area events include a free Hot Summer Sounds blues concert, a festival at Robinson Family Farm, multiple farmers markets, and the kickoff of the annual summer reading program at the Temple Public Library.
Area events this weekend include the return of the free Hot Summer Sounds concert series in Temple and First Friday, which features a block party, live music and shopping opportunities in downtown Temple.