On the morning of February 27, 2015, David passed away peacefully while being visited and comforted by his family at the Veteran's Administrat…
Services for retired Master Sgt. Robert F. Stahl, 93, of Richardson, formerly of Temple are pending with Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home in Temple.
Lorene A. Tomblin, 87, of Temple died Monday, March 2, in Temple.
ROCKDALE — Services for Barbara Ann Hood, 71, Copperas Cove will be 1 p.m. Thursday at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in Rockdale with the…
BELTON — Services for Tommy F. Fleming, 81, of Salado are pending with Dossman Funeral Home in Belton.
COPPERAS COVE — George E. Barker, 87, of Copperas Cove died Monday, March 2, at his residence.
No services are planned for Robert F. “Bob” Parks, 91, of Temple.
Services for Billie “Bill” Fred Bryan, 85, of Belton will be 1 p.m. Thursday at Scanio-Harper Funeral Home in Temple with Dr. Lewis Alexander …
Services for Esther Allen, 64, of Temple are pending with Braford-Dawson Funeral Home in Temple.
Services for Quinton H. Sanders, 81, of Temple will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at Harper Talasek Funeral Home in Temple.
Services for David Ulysses Stevens, 74, of Temple will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home in Temple.
BELTON — Services for James I. Parnell, 74, of Moody are pending with Dossman Funeral Home in Belton.
Carol Lavendusky Henderson, 75, of Temple died Sunday, March 1, at a local hospital.
KILLEEN — Services with full military honors for David A. Castro, 43, of Killeen will be 1 p.m. Tuesday in Central Texas State Veterans Cemete…
CAMERON — Services for Willie David Howard, 67, of Cameron are pending with Marek-Burns-Laywell Funeral Home in Cameron.
Quinton Sanders, 81, of Temple died Saturday, Feb 28, at a local hospital.
Services for Donna Bower, 75, of Temple are pending with Harper-Talasek Funeral Home in Temple.
Services for David Stevens, 74, of Temple are pending with Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home in Temple.
ROSEBUD — Charles Rose Sr., 67, of Temple died Saturday, Feb. 28, at a Temple hospital.
COPPERAS COVE — Frieda R. Nelson, 98, of Copperas Cove died Saturday, Feb. 28, at a local nursing home.
For 50 years, Clem Mikeska’s Bar-B-Q has served up quality beef, but the menu today features far more than traditional barbecue. Items include steaks, chicken, salads and salmon.Also, at the Temple location, the traditional serving line has given way to table service all day.“We’re celebrating being in business for 50 years,” said Angela Mikeska-Conlan, one of Clem’s three children. The other two children, Anna and Stephen, also continue the family legacy, and Anna’s husband, Troy, also is involved with the restaurants. In addition to the Temple site, Mikeska’s operates in Belton, Cameron and Killeen.
The proposed Walgreens at the intersection of West Central Avenue and South 31st Street no longer fits into the company’s financial model, Walgreens spokesman Phil Caruso said.
James Earl Stanley, 32, of Killeen was supposed to appear in court Wednesday morning on a charge of escape from custody, but he couldn’t because he was dead, Stanley’s attorney, Kurt Glass, said.Glass arrived at the Bell County Justice Center Wednesday and was informed through a text message that Stanley’s bond company stated that he wouldn’t be there because he was dead, he said.Stanley was scheduled for a pretrial hearing Wednesday in Judge John Mischtian’s County Court at Law No. 2 courtroom, Glass said.Stanley’s birthday was Wednesday, Bell County Chief Deputy Chuck Cox said.
HAMILTON — Services for Nancy Chafin Cuddy Krueger, 57, of Hamilton, formerly of Temple, will be 11 a.m. Monday at First United Methodist Church of Temple.
A woman who created a Facebook page and said she sent thousands of emails to describe alleged sexual assaults on her when she was a child will have her day in court March 23.A Bell County grand jury indicted Shawn Aric Tolbert, 38, of Temple in June 2014 on three counts of aggravated sexual assault in connection with incidents involving a girl younger than the age of 14, according to the arrest affidavit.
Unless an abandoned building “looks derelict,” no one is going to inspect it, was the message from Joe Mudd, manager of Temple’s Code Enforcement Department.The collapse of an exterior wall at an unused warehouse at 207 S. Main St. on Feb. 2 raised questions about the structural integrity and safety of some of the other abandoned buildings in the city’s urban core. Like most of the abandoned buildings in Temple, the warehouse remained uninspected for years, Mudd said.
One person died after a vehicle rolled and burned Sunday night on Old Highway 95. Four others were taken to McLane Children’s Hospital Scott & White with unspecified injuries, Temple Fire & Rescue spokesman Thomas Pechal said Monday.Justice of the Peace Ted Duffield pronounced Edwin Alejandro Cruz, 20, of Temple dead early Monday morning at Scott & White Memorial Hospital, where he had been taken after the accident.
Nancy Chafin Cuddy Krueger, 57, passed away peacefully at her home in Hamilton, TX on Monday, February 23rd. Nancy was born on February 24, 1957 in Berryville, Arkansas to Herb Chafin and Mary Grim Chafin. She grew up in Temple,TX., graduating from Temple High School and the University of Texas @ Austin.
Many Bell County residents awoke to snowfall Wednesday morning.