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Greeting cards display runs through Dec. 31

Christmas is arriving a few weeks early at the Temple Railroad & Heritage Museum in the historic Santa Fe Depot. A new exhibit focusing on modern art and Christmas cards debuts at the museum Nov. 1 and concludes on New Year’s Eve. 

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ELEVATING BRUNCH & CRAFT COCKTAILS

Callie Ring is remodeling the former Mexiko Cafe on South 1st Street into Melody’s, a high-end brunch and craft cocktail establishment that is expected to open in mid February. Melody’s will include an indoor stage, unique brunch dishes and a sidewalk mimosa bar during special occasions.

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Top Traditional Country Vocalist of 2022

Troy’s Landon Heights stepped to center stage at The Grand Ole Opry on Sunday and walked off with Country Vocalist of the Year honors at the Josie Music Awards. Heights, who grew up and went to school in Bruceville-Eddy, was one of 10 country crooners — men and women — nominated for the traditional country vocalist award.

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‘We’re having to get creative’

Temple rancher Andrew Tiner: “If you have six pastures with six stock tanks, but only one pond has water, you can only use one of the six pastures for cattle. It forces you to cut down on the size of your operation.”

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LAKE BELTON GETS 2.2 MILLION NEW BASS

Texas Parks & Wildlife is releasing millions of fish into Texas waters this year, including 2.2 million sunshine bass into Lake Belton and 123,165 channel catfish into Stillhouse Hollow. The department also stocked 352,563 rainbow trout into small lakes, ponds and streams, including healthy populations in several Temple and Belton waters.

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Singles club caters to seniors

Linda Atkins has been connecting singles for nearly 30 years, and now she’s starting a local group to help older Bell County residents meet for dating, friendship and just hanging out.

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A gift of independence

Janelle Ramirez regained some independence this morning thanks to a gift from the Temple Breakfast Lions Club. The gift was an OrCam, a device that allows visually impaired people to understand text and identify objects through audio feedback that describes what the person is unable to see.

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REVOL GREENS NEARS COMPLETION

Revol Green’s 20-acre greenhouse likely will be completed during the first quarter of 2023 and the first planting is scheduled for January or February, according to Tom Thompson, the company’s chief revenue officer.

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100% scholarships available at TC

The Temple College Adult Education and Literacy program has scholarships available for training and certification for Certified Medical Assistants, Food Service Mangement, Electrocardiography (EKG) Technicians, Pharmacy Technicians and Phlebotomy Technicians.

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