Jennie Burton is a hometown girl who has come full circle and just recently landed in Harker Heights to be the new Business Development Retention Specialist at the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce.
The top two seniors set to graduate from Harker Heights High School on Saturday have known each other since elementary school, attended the Texas Bioscience Institute together and value time spent outside the traditional classroom.
A couple of weeks ago, Harker Heights City Council members had a discussion about how the current code of ordinances makes it difficult to establish brewpubs and wineries in the city.
Hundreds of onlookers lined Knights Way in Harker Heights as the city commemorated the Memorial Day weekend with a parade.
Jr. Miss Five Hills Hayley Sawyer only knows life as a military child. She understands the importance of military service with an understanding of selfless commitment instilled in her by her parents.
The City of Harker Heights & Harker Heights Veterans Council invites area residents to come out for the Memorial Parade and Ceremony on Saturday.
The amount of land available for development in Harker Heights is diminishing due to the rapid growth of residential and commercial developments in the city.
While the old adage, “April showers brings May flowers,” does hold true, it is also true that April showers bring a whole lot of kittens to the Harker Heights Animal Shelter.
Central Texas College will host a new student orientation on Thursday, in the Anderson Campus Center (Building 156).
The Harker Heights Public Library holds regular Monday morning programs throughout the year, which vary month to month. Always popular, May’s Little Steamers program focuses on early literacy, socialization, and STEAM concepts, and though it will return to eager parents and children in Augus…
The weather was a little unpredictable Saturday, but nothing could put a damper on the day for several women and their daughters as they attended Homemade Spa day at the Harker Heights Public Library.
Hundreds of walkers gathered at Harker Heights Community Park in rainy conditions Saturday in support and celebration of living with purpose in opposition to a life-threatening illness.
Chase Lalouette, who is now married and taken on the last name of Taskred, served as one of the judges at the recent Harker Heights Teen Court Competition.
Area motorists will have to find alternate routes if they plan to travel on one stretch of Knight’s Way next Saturday morning.
At-home kenneling, brewpubs and wineries were the main topics of conversation at Tuesday’s meeting of the Harker Heights City Council.
The adaptive sports program at the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department, formerly known as Superhero Sports and now known as Harker Heights Ability Sports, is growing in popularity.
A crowd of about 30 people gathered Wednesday in council chambers at City Hall to honor Hal Schiffman, who is leaving the position of Place 1 on the Harker Heights City Council because of term limits.
Central Texas College, Texas A&M University-Central Texas and the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor will hold their spring graduation ceremonies today and Saturday.
The Harker Heights City Council held a meeting Tuesday for two reasons; to canvass election returns from the May 4 municipal election and to swear in Jennifer Michelle McCann as a new council member in Place 1 and Mayor Pro Tem Jackeline Soriano Fountain for a new term as a council member in…
Teen Court is astoundingly real in every way. The courtroom is the playing field for defense and prosecuting attorneys, defendants, a presiding judge, jurors, a jury box, witnesses, a witness stand, and room for observers to watch the proceedings. A Harker Heights city marshal serves as the …
The Harker Heights Farmers Market opened Saturday for its ninth season in front of Seton Medical Center. The market will be open every Saturday through Oct. 26 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. or until vendors sell out.
As we gradually turn the corner from spring toward the Texas summer, light, healthy and refreshing treatsare on the menu. These selections can be a delicious way to endure the heat and enjoy the season. Here are two recipes to try this summer:
Star Wars Day is celebrated the world over on May 4 due to the pun on the franchise’s popular catchphrase, “May the force be with you,” changing it to, “May the fourth be with you.”
Postal carriers in the Killeen area will be making some special pick-ups from customers this weekend.
While she appreciates growing into a better leader on a day-to-day basis, H-E-B employee Savanna White said being recognized as a Woman of Distinction this past Thursday was a wonderful feeling.
Most residents who travel I-14 and its adjoining eastbound access road through Harker Heights have come to realize that a major ramp has been closed by the Texas Department of Transportation — and the affects are already being felt by motorists.
Harker Heights voters have only one contested City Council race on the municipal ballot in Saturday’s election.
Harker Heights residents have been asking the roundabout will be completed on Commercial Drive on the east side of the Walmart parking lot.
About 140 cadets from the Harker Heights High School Junior ROTC participated an organizational day April 26 at various locations on Fort Hood.
When it comes to nutrition for joint health, it is all about nourishing the body.
David Freeman became the newest officer in the Harker Heights Police Department during a ceremony held at Police Headquarters on April 24. His wife, Deanna, was by his side to share in the occasion.
Once a month, the Armed Services YMCA Wellness Center, 110 Mountain Lion Road, provides lunch to seniors ages 50 and over.
In a local classroom, students diligently use glue sticks, scissors, wire strippers, wire cutters, Popsicle sticks, batteries and other textiles to construct something.
May is right around the corner, the last month of spring and a busy time for parents and children preparing for the end of school and the stretch of the summer months ahead.
TEMPLE — In celebration of a large high-achieving class, the Texas Bioscience Institute Middle College awarded silver honor cords last Wednesday to 86 high school seniors completing the two-year dual credit program.
Anglers and residents of Nolanville, Rufino Villa, and his partner Michael Babcock, who both work for Lhoist Mineral Operations, were recently invited to a charity fishing tournament at Port Aransas sponsored by McCourt and Sons Quarry Equipment of LaGrange.
AUSTIN — The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce’s Vision XXI 2019 class traveled to Austin April 4 for Legislative Day. It was an especially unique experience for most of the class because the Legislature was in session.
Harker Heights City Council members Tuesday considered a property at 114 E. Valley Road that has liens on the property totaling $14,624.32 with interest.
About 150 people turned out for Sunday’s 41st Community Easter Sunrise Service in Carl Levin Park, on what turned into a beautiful, sunny morning.
Sometimes the portion size and serving size are the same, but sometimes they are not. Understanding the difference between the two is vital in determining how much to serve and consume.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce’s military affairs committee hosted members from the local community Thursday for a Fort Hood update luncheon at the Harker Heights Activities Center.