Temple College is eager to showcase its remaining fine arts events to the community after kicking off its 2023 lineup last Saturday with Billy Perkins — an alumnus who has designed concert posters for a variety of musicians and festivals since the early ‘90s.
Some Central Texas school districts — including the Academy school district in the South Temple and Little River-Academy area — will resume classes on Friday.
Some Central Texas school districts — including the Temple and Belton school districts — will have delayed starts on Thursday.
Continued inclement weather prompted most Central Texas school districts — including the Temple, Belton, Salado and Academy school districts — to extend closures for today.
Inclement weather is prompting most Central Texas school districts — including the Temple, Belton, Salado and Academy school districts to announce closures for Tuesday.
Belton ISD school trustees — in the aftermath of the fatal stabbing of a Belton High School senior on campus last May — have changed district school security policies to allow some staff members to carry guns.
The first round of SkillsUSA challenges for aspiring young adults began Saturday at Temple College. The event brought students’ knowledge and skills to the test, working first hand with volunteer professionals in the workforce.
Alyssa Rice, a freshman from Ellison High School in Killeen, studies a live model Friday during the Art Rush 2023 drawing extravaganza at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton. About 40 area high school students attended the event at UMHB’s Baugh Center for the Visual Arts.
Central Texas middle school and high school students will be on Temple College’s main campus Saturday to compete in a variety of SkillsUSA 2023 challenges.
Temple resident Kevin Thomas, a Belton New Tech @Waskow senior, is a candidate in the 2023 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, officials announced Tuesday.
Early this month, the four-member Bell County 4-H Livestock Judging Team won the National Western Livestock Judging Contest in Denver, Colo.
Although Marshall Mathis rarely stepped inside Temple High School before Friday morning, the Bonham Middle School eighth-grader now has an inkling for what classrooms he might frequent the most next year.