“If people come in here thinking this is going to be another Mexican restaurant, we could not be any more different than that,” Diana said. “There are just parts of the culture of the two that we are combining, to create our own experience.”
Canyon Creek Behavioral Health announced the appointment of Dr. Julie S. Young as medical director of Canyon Creek Behavioral Health, 1201 Canyon Creek Drive in Temple.
The Texas Senate on Wednesday approved a fundamental alteration of its rules, ending the minority party’s ability to block legislation it unanimously opposes in the Republican-controlled upper chamber.
The Texas attorney general’s office is attempting to fight off efforts by four former aides to take depositions and issue subpoenas in their lawsuit claiming they were illegally fired after telling authorities they believed Attorney General Ken Paxton was breaking the law.
The number of people seeking unemployment aid soared last week to 965,000, the most since late August and evidence that the resurgent virus has caused a spike in layoffs.
Family Promise of East Bell County’s planned facility to help families experiencing homelessness get back on their feet will provide a beacon of hope and spur development in East Temple, according to local officials.
BELTON — Local residents were given the chance to comment on future changes to planned water levels Wednesday afternoon.
President Trump is preparing to visit the Rio Grande Valley on Tuesday in the midst of planned impeachment proceedings following a violent week at the U.S. Capitol.
Texas lawmakers will enter the legislative session this week with an estimated $112.5 billion available to allocate for general-purpose spending in the next two-year state budget, a number that’s down slightly from the current budget but is significantly higher than what was estimated this s…
State Rep. Hugh Shine, R-Temple, said Monday a trio of issues will dominate the Texas Legislature when its next session starts Tuesday: the budget, public education and redistricting.
Texas cities, counties, transit systems and special-purpose taxing districts will receive $783.2 million in sales tax allocations in January, according to a news release from Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar.