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Retired Army veteran Robert Smith told the city to “do the right thing” at a Sept. 5 regular City Council meeting.

Volunteers representing dozens of local, state and national organizations are working alongside federal, state, tribal, territorial, and local responders to address the immediate needs of survivors affected by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.

Investigators in Lampasas are confident the remains of a man found hanging from a tree are those of Joshua Pendleton, 30, last seen about 11 a.m. Sept. 2 and reported missing Sept. 6, police said Tuesday.

Robert Stroup describes himself as not being a very good teacher his first couple of years in the education field. But he credits strong mentors who had the courage to tell him where he needed to improve and took the time to guide him and mold him that made him into the better teacher he is today.

Hurricane Harvey blew into Texas as a category 4 storm, but Copperas Cove Independent School District students and staff are not to be outdone when it comes to proving that they too are a force to be reckoned with.

The Copperas Cove Independent School District hires about 100 new teachers annually. With a shortage of school teachers nationwide, CCISD is now growing its own through classroom aides and launched a paraprofessional education assistance program this year.

Fred, a gummy worm, is stuck on a plastic cup that has flipped over and his candy Lifesaver jacket is trapped underneath his boat. Can the students in teacher Swantje Drayton’s third-grade science class at Hettie Halstead Elementary School save him from drowning in time?

When classes started at East Ward Elementary School, the students and teachers saw a welcome sight — Texas A&M University-Central Texas Social Work professor, Claudia Rappaprt, and six social work students, in a caravan of four cars, delivering school supplies to one of Killeen’s needies…

The Killeen Special Events Center, 3301 S. W.S. Young Drive, is a centralized site for donations, though Bell County Judge Jon Burrows said Thursday that the evacuees’ needs have been met and further donations of food and clothing are not being accepted.

Teachers, administrators, counselors, installation representatives, parents, and specialists throughout the United States experienced speakers addressing the theme of Military Children: A Constellation of Strengths and Challenges at the Military Child Education Coalition Annual National Trai…