A visit to the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is rewarding with creativity and learning experiences.
Today is the final day to buy discounted tickets online for the 11th Annual Food, Wine and Brew Fest, co-sponsored by the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce and presenting sponsor H-E-B.
The Stepping Stones program at the Harker Heights Public Library is more than just a children’s program; it is also designed to help adults learn about their children’s early developmental skills.
Three new officers were added to the Harker Heights Police Department at a swearing in ceremony Wednesday at the Harker Heights Public Library and Activities Center.
A special event will take place this weekend for writers and readers at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
Libraries tend to be known for children’s programs, mainly due to the emphasis on (and importance of) early literacy. And while many libraries offer literacy programs for adults, more and more recognize the need many adults have to simply enjoy the quiet atmosphere libraries offer and tailor…
Marcus Adair, 36, lives in Killeen, works in Harker Heights.
The Armed Services YMCA brought a slew of summer day camps and programs to keep area children active all summer long, to include cooking camps and sports camps. But with the end of summer and the beginning of fall comes a new school year, and, with the ASYMCA, a new fall program lineup for p…
You know the years are adding up when the pace of your daily conversations begin to become slower and they’re always interjected with a “huh” or “would you repeat that?”
The third 5K Mug Run/Walk is set for 7 a.m. to noon Sept. 7 at the Harker Heights Community Park.
When the walls begin to close in at your shop in the business world, you have to move on and that’s what Eco Blu Spa and Salon had to do after operating in the Market Heights Shopping Center for 10 years.
As the school year begins, the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is ready to support community members reach such diverse goals as completing a research paper for a top grade starting a small business, planning the trip of a lifetime, or participating in early literacy learning.
It’s been about three weeks, and I still can’t believe she’s gone.
The Harker Heights Public Library has given the community an incredible summer. June through August saw programs and events that kept children and families busy and a reading program that kept minds engaged.
Last year, the city of Nolanville held a Splash Bash in the park to celebrate the end of summer, as well as the opening of the brand-new Clements Boys and Girls Club Nolanville Unit. This time around, the celebration was a back to school event coupled with the one-year anniversary of the Boy…
All summer long, the Harker Heights Public Library has brought a variety of Wednesday morning programs for area children. These programs, usually offered with two show times each morning, have seamlessly blended both learning and fun, with subjects that even the attending adults have enjoyed.
Keith Sledd, executive director of the Heart of Texas Defense Alliance, was the featured presenter at Tuesday’s Harker Heights City Council workshop.
Maker Monday at the Harker Heights Public Library, now in its second year, is a program where children ages 5 to 12 can come to create a different art project each week.
The city of Nolanville is once again celebrating the end of summer with a Splash Bash, and once again the celebration is two-fold.
Special events and weekly programs make visiting the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library an end-of-summer treat.
Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors and local residents gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug. 2 at the Black Hawk Brewing Supply on Indian Trail.
Customers and employees celebrated the grand opening of Dunkin’ in Harker Heights on Saturday.
Science, creativity and books are features of this week’s activities at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
Boyfriend Billy owns a house, and he rents out one of the rooms. Most of his past tenants have had a month-to-month lease, which suits everyone quite well, though it’s always a pain when he has to put the room up for rent again.
The summer heat has reached the triple digits now that the calendar has turned the page to August, with heat indexes getting as high as 110 degrees.
Summer fun continues at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
Jim Reed, executive director of the Central Texas Council of Governments, was the guest speaker at the Aug. 6 weekly luncheon of the Harker Heights Kiwanis Club.
Maryluz Hood, 36, lives in Belton, works in Killeen.
Summer may be winding down in reality, but you would never know it by seeing the Wednesday morning program attendance at the Harker Heights Public Library.
As more families are becoming blended, there are a few things we can do to help the process. A blended family (or step family) is when two people marry who have children from a previous relationship.
In an effort to beat the summer heat, the first ever Splash Bash was held at Kern Park on July 25. The event was a joint effort between the Harker Heights Public Library, the Harker Heights Activities Center, and the Harker Heights Department of Parks and Recreation.
Lacy Kirkes, 31, works in Harker Heights and lives in Killeen.