The Fort Hood Sportsmen’s Center recently hosted a hunting and fishing day, during which participants were invited to bring out their families to fish, shoot some arrows, aim at turkeys, and test out their turkey calling skills.
The annual 30th annual Wildflower Belle Ball, sponsored by the The Central Texas Orchestral Society and presented by the Wildflower Guild, was held Saturday, Aug. 7, at the Frank W. Mayborn Civic and Convention Center in Temple.
Looking for laughter in Temple may have gotten a little easier. Opened as part of Tour Temple in March, Corkys Bar, 13 South 2nd St., is seeking to bring the funny to downtown Temple.
For any music act, releasing that first album is a moment for celebration. For local band Lilly and the Implements, that momentous occasion also was tinged with relief after being delayed at least a year by the coronavirus pandemic.
The popular Bell County Comic Con, which attracted more than 25,000 people in 2019, will return Aug. 7-8 to the Bell County Expo Center after skipping 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The annual "Salado Legends" musical will bring local history to life through song and dance with performances Fridays and Saturdays, July 23 through Aug. 7 at the Tablerock Amphitheater in Salado.
Avian field biologist Chris Waas has worked at the Great Place eight spring seasons in the last nine years. Every spring, Waas brings her unmatched passion to work with one bird: the golden-cheeked warbler.
The ol’ wagon train keeps rolling on. But rather than heading west on the famed Oregon Trail, the Long Wagon Train meanders through the streets of Belton on an annual trek during the city's annual Fourth of July parade.