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Arti Polchinski, a physical education aide at Hector P. Garcia Elementary, died Tuesday after battling an undisclosed illness, according to the Temple Independent School District.

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Although Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton listed Salado ISD as a government entity that has unlawfully imposed a mask mandate, Superintendent Michael Novotny said active lawsuits put the state’s ban in “limbo.”

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Temple ISD trustees unanimously voted to lower the district’s tax rate to $1.2353 per $100 of taxable value on Monday night.

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With the Belton Independent School District forecasted to exceed student capacity at three elementary schools within the next three years, Superintendent Matt Smith knows the need for a new campus is looming.

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Although Emarie Beach wasn’t alive when the United States was attacked on Sept. 11, 2001, she understands the importance of remembering the thousands that lost their lives that day.

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Editor’s note: This article regarding Sept. 11, 2001, was written for the 10-year anniversary of the tragedy. It received a Texas Associated Press Managing Editors award and is being reprinted today in recognition of the 20th anniversary of the attacks.

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The Temple Independent School District is setting the stage to inform voters about its upcoming $184.9 million bond election this November — a package that would fund a new elementary school, allow for a variety of infrastructure improvements and add 14 new classrooms to existing campuses.

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The Veterans of Foreign Wars has announced that entries are now being accepted for its annual Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen programs.

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As the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise among campus’ student populations, some area school districts are revising their respective COVID-19 dashboards — a move that will make published statistics more detailed.