More COVID-19 test kits are available.

Did you miss the first round of free testing kits or do you just want more?

As numbers for the coronavirus continue to fluctuate, the Biden Administration is making good on a promise of providing United State residents with the proper testing to dictate COVID.

During another surge in December President Biden began putting a plan together to send out a round of at-home antigen test to families. Since then the United States Post Office has announced that they have delivered 270 million test in 68 million packages to families who ordered the free testing.

As with the last round, residents can visit COVIDtests.gov to order a round of four free COVID test. The ordering process is as easy as counting to four. All you need is a valid address that has not been used by another member of the household and three seconds to complete the order form.

Once again the additional four test is at no cost to residents and you are allowed to order even if you've ordered in the first round. Please note that the USPS cannot determine a specific delivery date but their pushing to have all packages delivered in 2-3 days of confirmation.

Households can also request test kits by calling the hotline at 1-800-232-0233 or TTY 1-888-720-7489. The hotline is open from 8 a.m. to midnight every day.

The collaboration between the Postal Service, White House, Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Defense has played a key role in keeping our community healthy and proactive,

While the pandemic may seem as if it maybe over it is our job to stay vigilant and safe.

 

Remember These? Here Are 10 Great Restaurants We Miss in Temple, Texas


Just the other day I was driving past Clem Mikeska's in Temple for lunch and a memory popped in my head about Wes's Burger Shack More, and the former business that used to have delicious pizza.

I remember going there for lunch just a few years ago and taking my entire hour to take advantage of that pizza buffet! The different variety of pizza stuck out to me. I even remember the game area!

A few weeks ago, we asked listeners on Facebook about restaurants they missed that aren't around anymore in Temple, Texas.

Boy did we receive a great response!

So now it's time to reminisce about old breakfast spots, taco joints, Chinese and Mexican restaurants, and lunchtime favorites we used to frequent in Temple.

Based on your responses here are 10 Great Restaurants We Miss in Temple, Texas.

(Notes from editor Aaron Savage, who grew up in the Temple area and frequented most of these places.)

Here Are 10 Black Owned Business In Killeen, Texas You Should Know About

There are a ton of successful entrepreneurs in Killeen, Texas with thriving businesses. Of that number, there's a large number of successful African American Men and Women with a variety of businesses that I frequent from time to time that you may not know about. Here's where I come in!

From restaurants to cleaning services, clothing stores and more, here are 10 Black-owned businesses in Killeen, Texas.