Harker Heights used to be little more than a bedroom community with a few rowdy bars at the far end of Veterans Memorial Boulevard.
After searching the seemingly endless list, I found the meal I wanted: chicken fried chicken.
Somewhere between Interstate 12 and Interstate 16, there is an Interstate 14 just waiting to happen.
Let’s get one thing straight: A BRAC is coming. No one has officially approved another round of base realignment and closure, but I can see the writing on the wall.
The Army controls a lot of things: vehicles, soldiers’ lives, training schedules and everyday life on post. But there’s a big thing the Army doesn’t have complete control of that can affect everything else: its own budget.
With perhaps the worst batch of congressional leadership in more than a century, the Army and the rest of the country are due for stormy days ahead.
Former Fort Hood commander Paul Funk got it right last Saturday.