Casin Sellears said he had no firearm experience before joining a Bell County 4-H club. But the 17-year-old student from Central Texas Christian School said that was all but an issue.
Legacy Beach Volleyball Club, 8631 Cedar Creek Road, is a Temple-based business that started with a collective dream about a backyard sand volleyball court.
Caleb Sirmon became Boy Scouts of America Troop 153’s 200th Eagle Scout when a board of review approved him for the rank in May.
Dr. Phil Davis recently helped train Journey, a therapy dog, as part of the Canine Companions for Independence program. "This was one of the top things I’ve done in my life. This is bigger than me. This is going to help somebody," he said.
About half of the winners in Temple’s second annual Downtown Temple Architectural Appreciation Photography contest have now been announced despite delays on choosing the rest of the winners.
The East Bell County Coronabusters is a group of local residents who swoop into an area and eliminate the coronavirus — at least that is the case in a recently viral video produced by the group.
Things of necessity can still be creative, stylish and fun — and a person’s personality can shine through.
Members of the Chisholm Trail Chorus of Sweet Adelines International are using the Zoom virtual meeting platform to continue meeting and sharing their love for music amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Variety Texas and Peaceable Kingdom have partnered up with Team Sirena Fest and the Salado Chamber of Commerce to bring a bounty of love in the form of gift baskets to Central Texas first responders, teachers and others with special needs during this difficult time.
Local churches working to serve their community through the coronavirus pandemic have launched a campaign to show support to healthcare workers serving on the front lines.
Sirril Art Gallery will present a Spring Art Show and Artist Reception 6-9 p.m. Friday, featuring a collection of new works from artists based across the state. Patrons wishing to attend this event are encouraged to call the gallery at 469-877-0374 to make sure it has not been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The College of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor will host a Visual Visiting Artist Series lecture by Michelle Sakhai at 4 p.m. Tuesday inside the Baugh Performance Hall of the Sue and Frank Mayborn Performing Arts Center, 810 N. Main St. in Belton.