Suicide is a national problem that can affect everyone. To remember their loved ones and raise awareness to the dangers of suicide, over 500 locals joined the Out of Darkness Walk at the Harker Heights Community Park Saturday morning.
Beginning with crafting and finishing with a cosplay dance, the place to be this week is the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library. And in between are activities for children, teens, and adults.
Thirteen children, along with their accompanying parents, came to the Harker Heights library to participate in the first session of this fall’s Stepping Stones program Monday.
Activities for children, teens, and adults at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library this week focus on fun, fitness and fire safety.
It may be the end of summer, but the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library still fits the bill for educational fun and family events. Check out this week’s activities.
With cold and flu season closing in, children’s librarian Amanda Hairston is doing her part to make sure the children who come to her library are armed with the information they need to stay healthy. And she’s doing it in a way that is not only fun, but will stay with them for some time to come.
The Harker Heights library has a very special club — the A-Listers — which meets on the first Monday of every month from 6 to 7 p.m. The club is tailored to older teens and young adults with special needs, and offers a wide variety of activities while giving members an opportunity to sociali…
Art and science head the list of activities this week at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
There’s not a better time than the present to clean out your attic or at least one bedroom that’s become a closet and take advantage of the eighth annual community garage sale on Oct. 6, sponsored by the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department.
“Dinosaur George” Blasing, who drew large crowds to his traveling show at the Harker Heights Public Library this summer, will bring his Mini-Museum to the Killeen Civic and Conference Center, located at 3601 S. W.S. Young Drive, from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The months of September and October are ushering in team registration and the competition day of the fourth annual Dodgeball Challenge sponsored by the Rotary Club of Harker Heights.
Teens can volunteer at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library with a variety of duties that will make earning hours for classes and clubs fun. For information on the library’s volunteer program, call Rose Ramon at 254-953-5491 and begin your community service project.
The school year has just started, and the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library has educational and entertaining programs to the schedules of children and young adults.
NOLANVILLE — The city of Nolanville celebrated the end of summer with two big events last Friday. First, there was the Back to School Splash Bash (for the very first time). Second, the Clements Boys and Girls Club celebrated the opening of its Nolanville Unit. The Nolanville Unit offi…
It was Economic Day in early August for the Vision XXI 2018 Class. Participants learned that when the topic is the economy and how it relates to the business world, it can stir up more facts, figures and statistics than a person could ever imagine.
Early Bird tickets are now on sale for the 10th Annual Food, Wine and Brew Fest hosted by the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce.
Summer fun is still available at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library with this week’s lineup of programs for kids and teens.
Andre Franklin, 33, works at IHOP in Harker Heights, lives in Killeen.
Mary Saunders, 58, lives in Harker Heights, works at Fort Hood
Summer activities are the highlight this week at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library, beginning Saturday morning.
The Tri-City Gem and Mineral Society was back again Wednesday afternoon for another installment of Science Rocks! at the Harker Heights Public Library, this time with a demonstration on growing salt formations.
The Harker Heights library’s Bookworms & Crafters Club met last Thursday for a night of stories, rhymes, songs, and crafts with children’s librarian Amanda Hairston.
Music, movies and maker spaces are at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library this week.
The city of Harker Heights invited the community to enjoy a fun-filled evening at Carl Levin park to celebrate July as national Park and Recreation month.
The theme of Wednesday morning was “Magical Mayhem,” and the Harker Heights Public Library didn’t disappoint, bringing back Kent Cummins for another magical engagement.