• by Val Valdez Herald Correspondent
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The term “God’s country” perfectly describes the nine acres on Farm-to-Market 2410, about two-miles east of Harker Heights High School.

Since Vision XXI began, classes have always been assigned a class project. Those projects have ranged from raising money for various organizations such as the Harker Heights Food Care Center, the Homeless Awareness Response Program (H.A.R.P.), a Street Scape Beautification program, and wreat…

The Harker Heights Community Park was bustling with about 100 residents on Saturday evening, eager to sample the latest artisan crafts, innovations, and treats, as part of this year’s annual Unglued Craft Market.

Superheroes sprang into action at the Harker Heights Library on Saturday for this year’s fourth annual “Batman Day” to learn how to throw batarangs, get their faces painted, answer trivia, create their own masks, eat super-powered snacks, bounce in a Batman bounce house, and watch the Lego B…

Harker Heights officials and District 54 state Rep. Scott Cosper were hopeful that the recent special session of the Texas Legislature might have offered a second opportunity to restore some of the more than $1.24 million in fiscal year 2017/2018 property tax revenue reduction felt by the Ci…

Solar CenTex, a three-year-old Harker Heights solar installation company, usually holds an annual customer appreciation event for its customers. Yet owner, and retired Army colonel, Scott Arey’s party mood got washed away by the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.

The 37th annual Spirit Spectacular on Saturday featured the four Killeen ISD high school bands and thrilled a large Buckley Stadium audience with dance team members’ high kicks and flips, marching drill and plenty of brass and drum.

The Harker Heights City Council on Tuesday held its second public hearing on the proposed budget and tax rate for the 2017-18 fiscal year.

NOLANVILLE — A mother and son connection between South Carolina and Nolanville opened the way Sunday for eight members of the South Carolina Combat Motorcycle Association to make a stop in the city where residents donated needed items to transport to the coast to assist victims of Hurricane Harvey.