Christina Davila-Madrid, 22, work at Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe in Harker Heights and is expecting her first child.
Banding together to support a program their students love, Harker Heights High School Red Brigade Band Boosters held its second annual Band on the Run fundraiser Saturday.
If you spend any time at all on social media, you’ll know we’re bombarded with 30 days of thankfulness every November. I’ve often wondered why this isn’t a 365 thing.
Drawing on their interest and background in history, education and service, a local couple began a new mission of educational service.
Thanksgiving is upon us, and the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library will be closed Thursday and Friday.
Volunteers are needed to help prepare and fluff wreaths for this year’s annual wreath project at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery.
Crackling fires, crisp outdoor air and camping brought more than 30 individuals to the city’s second family campout Nov. 7-8 at Dana Peak Park.
A gathering of high school and middle school leaders from a wide swath of Central Texas gathered at Harker Heights High School on Wednesday to share ideas and get to know each other.
The 100 Harker Heights residents, ages 55 and older, who attended the 25th anniversary celebration of the Senior Recreation Program on Nov. 6 had plenty of activities to participate in.
Literacy is important for a child’s educational success, and the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library promotes early literacy next week. From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, there will be programs, and displays.
John Footman is still in shock but honored to receive this year’s Linda Neault Outstanding Citizen Award during the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce’s 26th annual banquet.
As Christmas lists are being written, Harker Heights’ Blue Santa Program is getting into gear to make Christmas wishes come true this year.
Stories are cropping up at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library this month.
Harker Heights and the Harker Heights Veterans’ Council’s invites the public to celebrate the city’s veterans ceremony 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Witches, princesses and candy-coated houses filled the halls of Harker Heights High School on Wednesday as students hosted the third annual Fairy Tale Day, welcoming seven elementary schools.
Halloween is both fun and educational at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library. Children and their parents gathered for a spooky Halloween-themed science lesson.
NOLANVILLE — The PTO at Cavazos Elementary School is holding two events in November to raise money for playground equipment.
Carlos Martin, 31, hails from Puerto Rico and now lives in Killeen.
In honor of Red Ribbon Week, the Harker Heights High School Crime Stoppers invited the entire student body to pledge a drug-free lifestyle during lunchtime Wednesday.
This Saturday morning is all about books and authors at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library.
It was like a scene from “Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory” at the Harker Heights Activities Center on Tuesday, where volunteers assembled hundreds of candy bags to give out on Halloween.
Elite athletes will sweat through 100 pull ups, 200 shoulder presses, 300 pushups, and 400 deadlights for a combined 1,000 reps followed by a 5k run Nov. 8 for Heritage Park Fitness’ second 1,000 Rep Challenge.
Fall is in the air everywhere, including the Harker Heights Library.
Valerie Coleman, 61, works at Sam’s Club in Harker Heights.
From Halloween fun to meeting local authors and a book sale it’s a busy week at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
A dozen local gourmet cooks, curious chefs and their ardent followers stepped away from their stovetops, pantries and breakfast nooks Monday night and listened attentively to Kathe Kitchens, Kim Berg and Shaun Kitchens, owners of Bestemor Herb Farm.
Fall is in the air and pumpkins are everywhere.
Area Rotary Clubs are uniting again to host the sixth annual Monster Dash that raises funds for local youth orientated projects Oct. 25.
Anne-Marie Bruner, 46, is the office manager at Powerprint Tees.
Marie Martch drove from Belton to learn about cyber security.
Halloween fun is in store at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library. Kids can show off their costumes, enjoy a puppet show and a Monster Mash Dance Party at the library’s Children’s Halloween Party from 4 to 7 p.m. Oct. 25. It includes a costume contest, games and refreshments.
Children attending the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library’s weekly home-school program had food for thought and information to chew on as they learned about apples Wednesday.
Just as the knighting orientation wrapped up with students trying on helmets and armor, a fight broke out on the cafeteria stage.
Eighteen men from the Central Texas area who sing barbershop music as a hobby left on a road trip Friday to the Metroplex to compete in the annual Southwest District Barbershop Quartet and Chorus Competition.
Food, history and spooky tales can be found at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
Viruses, and Botnets, and Worms, oh my. October is Cyber Security Awareness Month, and Gary Bates, Information Technology director for the city of Harker Heights, provided the information for the first weekly class Oct. 2.
KILLEEN — More than 600 students from 11 middle schools in Killeen, Harker Heights and Fort Hood played their hearts out at the 12th annual Middle School Band Extravaganza on Saturday at Leo Buckley Stadium.
The second-graders’ faces lit up as the sounds of the piano keys traveled through their headphones to their ears.
The Chick-fil-A in Market Heights looked like a medieval castle Saturday night as the restaurant hosted a Mother/Son Date Knight.
Fall into reading with the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library.
Vicente Ramos, 64, lives in Harker Heights and works in Killeen.
During Safety Day at Harker Heights Community Park recently, mother Kristine Dillion told me she brought her children to the park because they’re always looking for local, family-friendly activities.
Quilters would still be piecing their quilts by hand if it wasn’t for the invention of the sewing machine.
For area residents opting to home-school their children reasons why vary, but each Wednesday they have the opportunity to share a common thread together at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library celebrated International Talk Like A Pirate Day last week. Children and parents gathered in the children’s storytime room and pretended to be pirates while listening to pirate-themed stories.
The city of Harker Heights and Lonestar Soccer Club are teaming up to bring out the soccer star in differently abled athletes within the Central Texas community. Superhero Adaptive Soccer registration is open now through Oct. 3.
Nebraska native Erica Meeks, 20, now calls Texas her home.
Young musicians will band together to showcase their talents for the Harker Heights High School’s annual Middle School Extravaganza on Saturday, organizers said.
BELTON — Bell County residents got an intimate look at Mexico’s most prolific and well-known female artist, through the photographic lens of her longtime friend and paramour, Nickolas Muray.
Bryant Adams, 26, enjoys the area’s proximity to Austin.
Grandmaster James McMurray, a taekwondo and hapkido instructor with the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department, is now in the Korean Martial Arts Masters Hall of Fame.
Made in Mexico, but born in the USA, Consuelo Samarripa recounted her childhood experiences in her recently published memoir, “Barrio Princess — Growing Up in Texas.”
Harker Heights Parks and Recreation sponsored a free wilderness ethics presentation on Sept. 6 to help people take care of the outdoors while enjoying it.