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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.

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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Kehri Jones is a 24-year-old hometown girl who graduated with the Ellison High School Class of 2010 and is currently involved in overseas competitions that could qualify her as a member of the U.S. Olympic Bobsled Team that will compete in the Winter Olympics next month in South Korea.

  • By Bob Massey Herald Correspondent
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NOLANVILLE — Mary Faye McDonald, director of the Nolanville Food Pantry, and her staff made it a special holiday season for over 100 families by distributing food items prior to Christmas Day.

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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NOLANVILLE — A nervous Monica Skelton, the court clerk in Nolanville and one of the three planners responsible for the First Responders Parade on December 16, watched the dark skies with an uneasy gaze as light intermittent rain began to fall during the final minutes prior to the noon starti…

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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A leadership symposium is being offered next month to local residents and business owners through the cooperative efforts of the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce and Jim Crothers of Temple, an independent certified member of the John Maxwell Team, along with four members of the John Maxwel…

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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Jolly Old St. Nicholas will again be traveling throughout the city of Harker Heights on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, escorted by the Harker Heights Fire Department.

  • By Bob Massey Herald correspondent
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Ever since becoming chartered in 2010, the Harker Heights Rotary Club has aimed at increasing membership and improving as an organization that is dedicated to the service of others.