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From 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Aug. 26 at Carl Levin Park in Harker Heights, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc., Theta Delta Sigma Chapter; and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Mu Delta Zeta Chapter will present Come Back Home to Blue and White.

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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What does Educational Outfitters in Harker Heights do when the items on their shelves become outdated, don’t meet Killeen ISD’s changing standards or they have excess teaching related materials that are sitting in a storage room?

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NOLANVILLE — For bicycle enthusiasts in and around Nolanville, there’s a bicycle repair station that’s been installed behind the CEFCO at the corner of Old Nolanville Road and the U.S. Highway 190/I-14 access road. It has some valuable features and there’s no fee for those who take advantage…

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NOLANVILLE — With temperatures outside nearing triple digits, the First United Methodist Church of Nolanville held its fourth annual Christmas in July fundraiser Saturday in the church fellowship hall.

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About 270 people showed up June 30 for the latest fundraiser sponsored by the Harker Heights Rotary Club at the St. Paul Chong Hasang Catholic Church.

  • By Val Valdez Herald correspondent
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Food is medicine. Many types of fruits, vegetables and herbs have the power to treat ailments and diseases, like allergies, arthritis, migraines, and skin infections and even cancer.

  • By Twila Hill Herald correspondent
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Ta’Shaiya Smith, 14, recently attended Union Grove Middle School in Harker Heights, will attend Harked Heights High in the fall and lives in Harker Heights.

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Five graduating seniors at Harker Heights High School received $1,500 scholarships from the Harker Heights Kiwanis Club during the club’s May 16 regular weekly luncheon at the Saint Paul Chong Hasang Parish Center.

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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Since 2011, the Living Legacy Program, sponsored by Harker Heights Parks and Recreation, provides a way for residents and nonresidents to honor someone through the planting of trees at the six parks and at three city buildings in Harker Heights.

  • By Bob Massey Herald Correspondent
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Evan Hodson, a resident of Harker Heights and member of the Harker Heights Rotary Club, recently was named to the prestigious Rotary District 5870 Roll of Fame.

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The Central Texas A cappella Quartet HMMM is the 2017 Southwestern District Spring Convention Senior Quartet Champion and qualifies to represent the five-state district at the Barbershop Harmony Society Midwinter Contest scheduled for Jan. 16-21 in Costa Mesa, Calif.

  • By Bruce Vasbinder Special to the Herald
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The Central Texas College Continuing Education department and the Mayborn Science Theater will host a summer preview of its College for Kids classes and other programs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the campus Clear Creek building (Bldg. 136).

  • By Val Valdez Herald correspondent
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Walking is the best wonder drug for senior citizens. It’s low impact, increases flexibility and improves heart health, among other perks. Three times a week, some seniors hit their stride at the free “Texercise Walking Class” at the Harker Heights Activity Center starting at 10 a.m.