• By Emily Hilley-Sierzchula Herald correspondent
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The monthly Lunch and Learn event at the Armed Services YMCA Killeen Wellness Center in Harker Heights last week was as much about gaining information as it was about spending time with friends and eating a healthful lunch.

  • Carey Stites
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1. Write: Writing down what you eat forces you to be aware of how much you are actually eating. If you know you have to record the piece of candy or third slice of pizza, you may decide not to eat it.

  • By Twila Hill Herald correspondent
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Each month the faculty and staff at Harker Heights High gives a shout-out to any staff member they believe deserves one, from just going above and beyond their job duties. Once the month ends, they add up all the shout-outs and the two teachers that receive the most are named Staff of the Month.

  • By Val Valdez Herald correspondent
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While others in the U.S. solar industry may take a dim view of the recently enacted tariff on imported solar modules, Scot Arey, owner of Solar CenTex in Harker Heights, sees it as an opportunity for American innovation to shine.

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More than a dozen people stood in front of a packed congregation at Grace Christian Center in Killeen on Thursday morning and shared memories of the three women killed in a tragic fire Jan. 24 in Nolanville.

  • by Val Valdez Herald Correspondent
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Many people would love to get paid to work at their dream job. Often a career change springs from a passion that blooms into a business. Harker Heights resident Michelle Pace, 36, is living her passion by turning trash into a new business.

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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The Harker Heights City Council at its Tuesday meeting officially approved an order for a municipal election to be held on Saturday, May 5, to fill Place 2, currently held by Steve Carpenter and Place 5, currently held by Jody Nicholas.

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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It was the first class of its kind and Brad Alley, fire marshal for the city of Harker Heights, was one of only 20 applicants to be selected from across the state for the Fire Executive Management Training at the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management of Texas, or LEMIT.