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As a born and raised New Englander, I’ve gotten a nice slice of culture shock during my first months of living in Texas. Up north, pumpkin spice season is in full swing, the leaves are beginning to change colors, and sweater weather is just around the corner. Though I have never been a cold …

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When your spouse embarks on his or her new assignment, you must tackle a mission of your own: holding down the fort and keeping your routine at home. Though these times prove to be challenging ones, there are many ways to gain strength and support for you, your spouse, and your family. Here …

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Are you planning a weekend vacation soon? Do you want to have fun yet not break the bank? If you can spare some time to plan, you will definitely save money.

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The Fort Hood MWR sponsored a Carry the Load relay team rally at Fort Hood’s 1st Cavalry Division Horse Detachment, on May 26.

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The Fort Hood Area Military Family Member Scholarship Fund held a reception to award scholarships to military family members on May 22 at the Spirit of Fort Hood Chapel.

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COPPERAS COVE — Soldiers of the Regimental Engineer Squadron, “Pioneer,” spent their Saturday working to make Farm to Market Road 116 litter-free April 8.

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COPPERAS COVE — You had better have some tissues handy if you mention to Trisha Stutz or Kayla West that they will soon be crowning their successors on May 13.

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From dairy farming to engineering, meteorology, plumbing and law enforcement, the career day at Meadows Elementary School was so fun some students barely noticed the learning.

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Child and Youth Services hosted spring break events for youth March 13-17, a weeklong event open to all Fort Hood children registered with CYS.

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Investment of time and money is not required to pump up the joy, according to a teacher and her first-grade class at Cedar Valley Elementary School in Killeen.

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COPPERAS COVE — He may be mighty young, but already Jr. Mr. Rabbit Fest Keli’i Natividad, 7, has a big heart.

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The weather was perfect for a day of food, music and fun as the Army & Air Force Exchange Service on Fort Hood hosted a family-friendly car show Feb. 18 at the Clear Creek Exchange.

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The buzz of excitement and smiles on people’s faces lined the Main Post Exchange from end-to-end as Fort Hood families waited for the start of the Simone Biles “Courage to Soar” book signing event Jan. 18.

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Shortly after Ashley Well’s husband returned from a nine-month deployment to Korea, she found out she was pregnant with her third child.

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ARLINGTON, Va. — Despite freezing temperature and sleet, more than 44,000 volunteers came out to Arlington National Cemetery on Dec. 17 to place holiday wreaths on the graves of service members.

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Fort Hood celebrated America Recycles Day with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to educate the community about the installation’s new single-stream recycling center.

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The world has become a very cynical place. It has become so prevalent in my own life and in my career field that I have become convinced that along with a score of 107 or higher in the General-Technical section of the ASVAB and the ability to type 20 words per minute, cynicism is an addition…

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FORT RUCKER, Ala. — As dozens of Fort Rucker Elementary School students took paint to bear to give Sgt. Ted E. Bear a new costume for Halloween, the children learned more than just how good the Fort Rucker icon looks clad in his new Ninja Turtle costume.