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July 27, 2014  No. 30 Vol. 17

A summer shower


Holland Legion Auxiliary Installs Officers

Addie Winfrey Is 100

Corn Crop Looks Good

Bell, Williamson Counties In Top 10 For State Corn Production

Smith Anniversary

Pair Pleads Guilty To Mail Theft



Get The Latest From The Space Shuttle & Space Station

Internet Tool Allows You To Track Flu

Bartlett Schools

Holland Schools

Walburg Zion Lutheran School


First Baptist Church, Bartlett

First Baptist Church, Holland

St. John Lutheran Church, Bartlett


Williamson County government web site

Bell County government web site


Holland Legion Auxiliary Installs Officers

Janosky-Heisch American Legion Auxiliary recently installed officers for 2014-2014. They are: Joyce Spinn, president; Estelle Coker, vice-president; Barbara Taisler-Hill, secretray; Adele Posey, treasurer; Margie Lovellette, historian, Shirley Liles, chaplain, and Kassa Willingham, sergeant-at-arms. Special projects by the unit include the poppy program, VA Christmas Gift Shop, Girls State program, scholarships, Easter Egg Hunt at Holland Elementary, National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans and other projects.


Addie Winfrey Is 100

Addie Winfrey was 100 years old on July 23. A birthday celebration was held on Thursday, July 24, at Will O' Bell Nursing Home in Bartlett, where she resides.


Smith Anniversary

Butch & Linda Smith of Holland celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a trip to Hawaii. Edgar A. "Butch" Smith of Austin and Linda Joyce Ware of Bartlett were married at the Bartlett Church of Christ on July 11, 1964. They celebrated with their children, grandchildren, great-grandchild and six other family members.


Pair Pleads Guilty To Mail Theft

Charles Hattenbach and Kathryn Hubbert of Temple have pleaded guilty to mail theft of more than 50,000 pieces of mail from dozens of U.S. post offices across Texas. Federal prosecutors in Waco say the couple robbed post offices, collection boxes and parcel lockers in more than 80 communities, from Midland to College Station and from Dallas to San Antonio. They area awaiting sentencing and face up to 50 years in prison.

Holland Teachers Get Pay Raise

The Holland School Board adopted a new pay schedule recently which will mean an average $2,500 annual raise. The raise will cost the district about $150,000 a year, but will make the district more competitive with area school districts of similar size.



Current Conditions





Tuesday's high temperature was 96 degrees, and we received 0.08 inch of rain.


Tuesday: Partly cloudy low 75 high 96. Northeast wind 5 - 10 mph.

Wednesday: Clear low 73 high 99. South wind 5 - 15 mph.

Thursday: Partly cloudy low 73 high 96, slight chance of showers. Southwest wind 10 mph becoming west in the afternoon.

Friday: Cloudy low 73 high 92, chance of showers. North wind 5 - 10 mph. Return

Pollen Report


Bell County Forecast from the National Weather Service Ft Worth

Williamson County Forecast from the National Weather Service San Antonio

National Hurricane Center

Current conditions across Texas

Intellicast Central Texas Radar

KWTX Waco Weather



All District Baseball

Several Bulldogs were named to the All District Baseball team. First Team: Senior Weston Rafay, Infield; Sophomore Eric Ortiz, Infield. Second Team: Junior Zack Pruett, Outfield; Freshman Chris Luna, Pitcher. Honorable Mention: Sophomore Jonathan Capetillo, Infield; Sophomore Landon Rafay, Catcher. Named Academic All District were Weston Rafay, Landon Rafay, and Gabe Porras.

Texas Ranger Baseball

Texas Longhorn football


Entertainment      Return

Howard Theatre Taylor

Premier Cinema 12 Temple Mall

Killeen Stadium 12

City Lights Georgetown

Temple Cinemark

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