Amy Summerill, 44, lives in Harker Heights and owns Pop! CornUtopia.
It takes an army of Harker Heights Rotarians to host their annual Dodgeball Challenge tournament. The event will take place Saturday, from noon to 5 p.m. in the gymnasium at Harker Heights High School.
Every structure needs a solid foundation made from strong building blocks. The same is true for the human body, which needs nutritional building blocks so people can live a healthy lifestyle.
Ilva Smith, 43, lives in Harker Heights and works as a Mary Kay consultant, makeup artist and interior decorator.
Renowned classical guitarist Peter Fletcher enchanted a dozen guests with his free performance at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library on Sept. 29.
Rochelle Johnson, 43, lives in Harker Heights. She is an entrepreneur.
Amy’s Attic Self Storage, 800 Prospector Trail in Harker Heights, is holding its sixth annual Craft Festival from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 14 to benefit Habitat for Humanity.
Three representatives of the Communities in Schools of Greater Central Texas made an appearance at last week’s Harker Heights Lions Club meeting to receive a $500 donation to the program at Harker Heights High School.
Pirates stormed the Harker Heights Library on a recent Wednesday for the Homeschool Program.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce has announced that tickets for its 29th Annual Awards Banquet are now on sale.
It was a pirate’s life for the Harker Heights Library Science Club on Sept. 13 as they learned about buoyancy and how pirate ships were able to sail across the deep, blue sea.
Timaka Ford. 45, lives in Harker Heights and works at the VA hospital in Temple
The sound of the battle cry grows louder and more robust as the gauntlet continues to be tossed down in communities all over Bell County for the Harker Heights Rotary Club Dodgeball Challenge.
Julius Smith 34, lives in Harker Heights, owns auto detailing business
The bright red, student-written banner at Cavazos Elementary School in Nolanville spoke as poignantly as any of the patriotic messages this week: “9/11 Never Forgotten.”
From 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday at Carl Levin Park, two local Greek organizations will present Come Back Home to Blue and White.
Katelyn Robertson, 29, works at Peloton Ridge Country Club, lives in Harker Heights.
Neither the summer heat nor the threat of massive wind and rain could stop Killeen’s annual high school band showcase Spirit Spectacular — just delay it a couple of weeks.
Sixteen years after a senseless, shocking attack on America, the Killeen community still remembers and still stands strong.
Katrina Burnett, 45, works in Harker Heights and lives in Copperas Cove.
The Harker Heights Library Science Club took to the skies Wednesday with their first experiment of the falls season: windsocks.
Thousands of students and family members brought their nervous excitement to Killeen ISD schools Thursday during the district’s annual Meet the Teacher visitation.
NOLANVILLE — The only thing missing was a real live beach at Sunday’s Back to School Beach Party hosted by the First United Methodist Church in Nolanville.
With just two weeks to go before the annual Harker Heights Food, Wine and Brew Fest, tickets are a hot commodity.
Harker Heights Police Officer Ed Kime took home the gold for his sharpshooting prowess at the World Police and Fire Olympics, held Aug. 7-16 in Los Angeles, California.
Winfred Tyler, 56, lives in Harker Heights and works in Killeen.
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.
The calendar days are slipping by toward the date of the annual Harker Heights Food, Wine and Brew Fest hosted by the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce.
Je’sus Hawthorne, 40, lives in Harker Heights, teaches financial education in Harker Heights, serves with the military at Fort Hood.
During the Gardeners Education Series presentation on Monday at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library, Ben Gillilan clarified some key misconceptions about xeriscaping.
Although rain pelted against the windows of the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library on Monday morning, it did not dampen the spirits of the first- and third-graders attending opening day of the Summer Writing Camp.
Toni Ringgold, 31, owns Premiere Music Academy in Harker Heights, lives in Harker Heights.
“You don’t use Twitter?”
Queen Broussard, 45, lives in Harker Heights, retired Air Force and civil service.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce held one of its monthly Coffee Connection meetings recently at the Rosewood Retirement Center in Killeen.
Once a month, the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department sponsors GO Heights, meaning Get Outdoors.
They’re different kinds of cards.
Theasa Suggs,42, lives in Harker Heights and works at Caring Hands Learning Center in Harker Heights
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?
“Who likes animals?”
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…
Ziyah Ambrose, 15, attends Harker Heights High School and lives in Harker Heights.
Antionette Wiggins, 54, lives in Killeen and works at locations in Harker Heights, Killeen and Copperas Cove
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.
Duffy Hudson travels the country with his golden cocker spaniel, Dixie, performing one-man shows. He recreates Edgar Allan Poe, George Burns and Harry Houdini, among others.
Sticks, sticks, everywhere.
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.
Lonnie Eugene Pearson. 52, lives and works in Harker Heights
Several holiday-related activities are coming up for the long Fourth of July weekend:
“Texas-sized games” is putting it mildly.
Shantrese Cooper Gillam, 43, owner of Cajun Skillet, LLC, lives in Killeen, does business in Harker Heights.