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Luvina Sabree, 45, always put her family’s needs ahead of her own, but she paid a hefty price for it.

The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce is hosting a government affairs and economic development luncheon next week that is open to the public, organizers said.

Custom-blend smoothies with pure fruit juices and nutritional supplements now can be savored in Harker Heights.

The third group of the Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI Leadership Class graduated during a ceremony Sept. 3 at the St. Paul Chong Hasang Catholic Parish Center.

Angelina Mutter, 24. who lives in Belton, works at Target in Harker Heights.

Harker Heights resident and H-E-B employee, Gloria Olalde, was one of 27 women honored March 26 as part of H-E-B’s Women of Distinction celebration at Waco’s Ridgewood Country Club.

NOLANVILLE — What started as a hobby for Dan Watson, owner of the new Scales and Tails exotic pet store in Nolanville, has now turned into a brick-and-mortar pet shop boasting more than 200 exotic reptiles and other animals.

Local food truck and catering business Sticky Bones BBQ has set up shop permanently at 1100 E. Farm-to-Market 2410, just across the street from Harker Heights High School.

After more than a decade in the mattress business, Mike Warram is excited to share his expertise with the public.

KILLEEN — When participants in Heritage Park Fitness’ Biggest Loser Contest wanted to get rid of tempting holiday candy, they knew just who to give it to.

The Harker Heights Kiwanis Club learned about the Pet Adoption Center from club member and Assistant City Manager Patty Brunson on Tuesday.

The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce made small businesses its business Tuesday for its first neighborhood block party in Market Heights.

Gift givers wanting to get a jump start on their Christmas shopping or those wanting to know where they can shop local will soon have their chance.

The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting for certified public accountant Derland Bahr’s new firm at 2 p.m. Dec. 4.

By Bob Massey

Members of the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI 2014 leadership class gathered Wednesday afternoon for lunch, prepared by the Armed Services YMCA, after their graduation ceremony at St. Paul Chong Hasang Catholic Church Parish Hall in Heights.

The Vision XXI 2014 leadership class, sponsored by the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce, continues to take a close look at results of the Life Enrichment Fair it held on Aug. 9.

Little white ribbons of dough get dropped into a pot of simmering water in the kitchen of Opa’s Schnitzel Hut.

A new job for Elizabeth Turner marks a new time of her life.

Rob Robinson presided over his first Harker Heights City Council meeting Tuesday in his new role as acting mayor. His first official action was reading a proclamation declaring Feb. 16-22 as “National Engineers Week.”

Businesses throughout the community are geared up to handle the influx of people coming to the city to celebrate Father’s Day.

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