• By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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Sixteen members of the Harker Heights Satellite Rotary Club personally delivered more than 150 pairs of socks and blankets to residents of the Indian Oaks Living Center on Dec. 20.

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MOODY — Central Texas residents are invited to celebrate the new year outside with family and friends at Mother Neff State for Texas Parks and Wildlife’s annual First Day Hike event.

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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Three Fort Hood families — nominated by the Armed Services YMCA and Homefront in Harker Heights — participated in the Santa Boots program Monday, sponsored by The Boot Campaign, a national nonprofit organization dedicated to igniting patriotism in every American.

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When asked to picture the Nativity scene from the Bible, many people imagine the classic display of Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus and several farm animals all gathered in a manger. While it seems simple, there are actually hundreds of ways to present the scene, and many of them were on display Su…

  • By Val Valdez Herald Correspondent
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Writing a 50,000-word novel in a month is difficult, but not impossible. After all, Muriel Spark penned “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie”in one month and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created his first Sherlock Holmes mystery, “A Study in Scarlet,” in about three weeks.

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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The Centroplex Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society presents the Texas Country Gentlemen Barbershop Chorus in concert at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 8 at the Cultural Activities Center in Temple.

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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“A Christmas Day Wish” is the theme of this year’s annual Christmas concert presented by the 53-member Salado Community Chorus at 7 p.m. Dec. 7, in the auditorium of First Baptist Church in Salado, 210 S. Main St.

  • By Val Valdez Herald Correspondent
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Turning a page on another successful event, the Friends of the Library book sale attracted hundreds of shoppers to the Harker Heights Activities Center on Nov. 4. Many people showed up early to brows​e through ​rows of ​used books, videos/DVDs and games piled on 20 tables featuring classics,…

  • BY TODD MARTIN SPECIAL TO THE HERALD
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Joined by the Heights Concert Band and the KISD faculty choir, Killeen ISD high school wind ensembles brought a musical tribute to America’s veterans this week.

  • By Bob Massey Herald Correspondent
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NOLANVILLE — The children who walk to Nolanville Elementary at the corner of Warriors Path and Old Nolanville Road are in good hands with Dennis Ng, 67, who has been the Killeen ISD crossing guard at that location for the past four years.

  • By Bob Massey Herald Corespondent
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The season of the Harker Heights Farmer’s Market is coming to a close on Oct. 28. The city of Harker Heights is ending the season with a special fall festival at Seton Medical Center from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.