• By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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Residents of Bell and Coryell County are invited to the first annual CASA on Main: Food Trucks and CASA Family Event in Belton, sponsored by the Court Appointed Special Advocates for children in foster care.

  • By Twila Hill Herald correspondent
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Each month the faculty and staff at Harker Heights High School gives a shout-out to any staff member they believe deserves one for going above and beyond their job duties.

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The 32nd annual Silver Classic was held at Metroplex Hospital on Sunday, and people from all across the state came to participate in 5K Run/3K Walk. Despite the enormous turnout — more than 300 runners and walkers participated — it was a local Heights man who crossed the finish line first.

  • By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Herald correspondent
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It was a wacky world at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library on Saturday at the Free Read Jamboree. The Dr. Seuss-themed event, sponsored in part by the Friends of the Harker Heights Public Library, attracted around 200 people, according to children’s librarian Amanda Hairston.