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Dennis Kiley, the former president and chief executive officer of Adventist Takoma Regional Hospital in Greenville, Tennessee, has been named interim president and CEO for Metroplex Adventist Hospital in Killeen.

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Local children can enjoy a variety of activities during the YMCA Summer of Dreams youth camp program.

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BELTON — Grateful for the opportunities of high school and ready for a new challenge, 583 Harker Heights High School seniors stepped across the Bell County Expo Center stage Sunday to adulthood, responsibility and an unknown destiny.

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Members of the community, local leaders, and emergency response service workers all turned out to meet Phil Gadd, the new Harker Heights police chief, on Wednesday afternoon at the Activities Center.

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The trial of a man accused of murdering his girlfriend in Harker Heights almost two years ago is scheduled to begin May 14 in the 27th Judicial District Court headed by Judge John Gauntt, according to the district clerk’s office.

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Representatives of the Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI Class of 2017, with the help of 75 volunteers from around the area, manned shovels, pickaxes and other tools strong enough to break rocky soil, met Saturday morning to begin the planting process of red crepe myrtle trees for Ander…

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Lemonade Day hosted its ninth annual Best Tasting Lemonade Contest at Harker Heights Community Park on Saturday, as a prelude to this weekend’s Lemonade Day activities.

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Chiefs of police understandably are hesitant to hand out their personal phone numbers, but that’s exactly what Harker Heights Chief Mike Gentry did when a young officer in another city’s department needed a friend.

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NOLANVILLE — The Que 4 Kids fundraising event marked its fifth year over the weekend. The three-day event was held to benefit Aware Central Texas and hosted by Sandy’s Lone Star Event Center.

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HARKER HEIGHTS — Newly retired Harker Heights Police Chief Mike Gentry’s last official day on the job was one filled with handshakes, hugs and laughs with old buddies. People formed a line that stretched out the front door to greet Gentry in the lobby of the St. Paul Chong Hasang Parish Cent…

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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.

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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.