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NOLANVILLE — Cavazos Elementary School students and staff took advantage of the first full day of spring last week — testing gravity with dropped fruit, conducting math and science outside and flying kites.

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A dozen Skipcha Elementary School fourth- and fifth-graders took aim at the enormous power and influence of technology during the school’s annual speech competition.

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If you noticed a distinct Dr. Seuss theme taking hold at the Harker Heights Public Library over the past few weeks, it’s because Dr. Seuss’ birthday was on March 2 — and the good folks over at the library were celebrating in style. Family Night on Thursday night was no exception, and managed…

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Look out! Mother Goose is on the loose at the Harker Heights Public Library, and she brings with her, via library director Lisa Youngblood, a program that focuses on musical concepts, and even a little early literacy, for young children.

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While last week’s Science Club at the Harker Heights Public Library focused more on engineering and technology, this week’s Science Club on Wednesday afternoon went back to basics with a lesson on solubility for “Sweet Science” in honor of Valentine’s Day.

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