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Recently the topic of marriage boundaries was brought up in our Sunday night marriage class. As a class, we discussed different boundaries that were important to us as an individual and as a couple.

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Recently the topic of marriage boundaries was brought up in our Sunday night marriage class. As a class, we discussed different boundaries that were important to us as an individual and as a couple.

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Libraries tend to be known for children’s programs, mainly due to the emphasis on (and importance of) early literacy. And while many libraries offer literacy programs for adults, more and more recognize the need many adults have to simply enjoy the quiet atmosphere libraries offer and tailor…

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The Armed Services YMCA brought a slew of summer day camps and programs to keep area children active all summer long, to include cooking camps and sports camps. But with the end of summer and the beginning of fall comes a new school year, and, with the ASYMCA, a new fall program lineup for p…

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As the school year begins, the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is ready to support community members reach such diverse goals as completing a research paper for a top grade starting a small business, planning the trip of a lifetime, or participating in early literacy learning.

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The Harker Heights Public Library has given the community an incredible summer. June through August saw programs and events that kept children and families busy and a reading program that kept minds engaged.

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Last year, the city of Nolanville held a Splash Bash in the park to celebrate the end of summer, as well as the opening of the brand-new Clements Boys and Girls Club Nolanville Unit. This time around, the celebration was a back to school event coupled with the one-year anniversary of the Boy…

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All summer long, the Harker Heights Public Library has brought a variety of Wednesday morning programs for area children. These programs, usually offered with two show times each morning, have seamlessly blended both learning and fun, with subjects that even the attending adults have enjoyed.

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There is a large population of runaways in Bell County. These children are between the ages of 12 and 14 years old. One out of three are lured into prostitution within 48 hours and once they’re in, it’s extremely difficult to get away.

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Domino’s Pizza bought back the extremely popular Dough Show to the Harker Heights Public Library on Wednesday morning. About 180 people attended the first performance at 9:30 a.m., with even greater numbers expected at the 11 a.m. performance.

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In an effort to beat the summer heat, the first ever Splash Bash was held at Kern Park on July 25. The event was a joint effort between the Harker Heights Public Library, the Harker Heights Activities Center, and the Harker Heights Department of Parks and Recreation.