The Harker Heights Public Library held its fifth annual Superhero Day, and it was crawling with superheroes of its own as more than 150 children and adults, dressed as their favorite crime-fighters, attended the event.
As the city of Nolanville began to plan its budget for fiscal year 2018-2019, city staff and council members realized that the state-approved property tax exemption to veterans who are 100 percent disabled and their spouses would mean a huge loss in local operating revenue for the upcoming year.
NOLANVILLE — The Nolanville community celebrated the National Night Out at their new Mary Marie Multi-Use Center Tuesday evening.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce and Life Together Coaching of Temple are sponsoring their second Live2Lead conference on Oct. 12, at the Courtyard Marriott, 1721 E. Central Texas Expressway, in Killeen.
Cadets, cadre, and families associated with the Harker Height High School Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps gathered for a potluck Sept. 20 at Harker Heights High School to discuss this year’s JROTC program and booster club.
AUSTIN — The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI Class of 2018 took its final trip of the year to Austin to observe Legislative Day at the state Capitol on Sept. 13.
Nearly 50 motorcyclists gathered at Horney Toad Harley Davidson of Fort Hood in Harker Heights on Saturday for the start of the Ride of Wreaths.
The city of Nolanville will be holding its sixth annual Train Whistle Jamboree from 3 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Nolanville City Hall and its surrounding grounds, located at 101 N. Fifth St. And there are a few new additions this year to make the event even more exciting.
For thousands of years, people have put permanent markings on their bodies. The markings have served status symbols, signs of religious beliefs, commemorations and even sometimes punishments.
A former Fort Hood soldier and combat veteran received a well-deserved honor Tuesday when he was presented with a Quilt of Valor during a Harker Heights ceremony.
The Central Texas College board approved a new tax rate of about 14.83 cents per $100 property valuation during a meeting Tuesday at the Anderson Campus Center.
The Harker Heights City Council heard recommendations from city staff Tuesday against annexing areas in the city’s eastern extraterritorial jurisdiction, or ETJ.
“Cheers to Ten Years” was the theme of Saturday’s 10th annual Food, Wine and Brew Fest sponsored by the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce.
The Harker Heights City Council on Tuesday adopted a budget and tax rate for its fiscal year beginning Oct. 1, and it handled a number of zoning changes.
Nolanville’s brand-new program, Senior Buzz, which held its first meeting on Sept. 6 and its second this week, seems to be a hit, with about 20 area seniors participating each day.
Local author and six-year Air Force veteran Robert Lovelle Rooks held a book signing Sept. 7 at the Barnes & Noble in Harker Heights for his latest novel, “Filipina.”
Early bird sales for the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce 2018 Food, Wine and Brew Fest, carrying the theme “Cheers to Ten Years,” will officially end today.
The Harker Heights library held its first science club meeting of the new school year on Wednesday afternoon, and though that first meeting came with a couple of changes from previous years, the fun remained the same.
The 1st Cavalry Division bid farewell to its deputy commanding general for maneuver and welcomed its two newest deputy commanding generals during a retreat ceremony at Cooper Field in Front of the division’s headquarters on Friday.
KILLEEN — William Lankford “Honey” Wilson let out a wide grin as 8-year-old Emily Burkey, one of his three great-great-grandchildren, rushed to embrace him Saturday afternoon inside Rosewood Retirement Home in Killeen.
COPPERAS COVE — A feasibility study is underway for a joint military and civilian rail/cargo transfer facility on behalf of the Department of Defense, Coryell County and the Copperas Cove Economic Development Corporation.
Newcomers to Texas — and old-comers, as well — can find pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about the history of the famed Lone Star State at the Bob Bullock museum in downtown Austin — and also catch a movie on the giant IMAX screen.
KILLEEN — In 2014, a Fort Hood Black Hawk maintenance test pilot had aspirations of continuing his civilian career in the aviation world after retirement.
Geekfest, held this weekend, Aug. 17-19 at CTC, is always a fun and creative way to spend some time with your family, whether you are into cosplay or not. And Geekfest can easily boast that they do have something to interest everyone.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The Harker Heights City Council on Tuesday uninamiously approved a conditional-use permit for a heating and air conditioning business in the 100 block of West Veterans Memorial Boulevard.
The Hop took its message to Harker Heights residents Tuesday, reiterating the possibility of cutbacks in transit service if area cities do not raise their share of the authority’s operating budget.
Lucas Miller, the “Singing Zoologist,” is no stranger to the Harker Heights Public Library. He has been performing there for years, entertaining audiences of all ages as he teaches them facts and tells stories about animals through video, song, and lots of props.
Harker Heights City Council members Tuesday voted on the preliminary ad valorem tax rate, approved an ordinance to amend the city’s sign code regulations and came to a consensus to amend the city’s code ordinance on parking vehicles or trailers on unimproved surfaces.
Harker Heights residents can expect a smoother commute into Killeen as the $795,000 project to resurface Farm-to-Market 2410 was completed July 18.
It’s almost back-to-school time, and people gathered on Saturday in Harker Heights to raise money for school supplies for students in need.
School officials this week released the first artist’s rendering of Killeen ISD’s new high school, which will open in 2022 after voters in May approved a $426 million school construction and renovation bond program.
Families geared up for school during the Armed Services YMCA’s inaugural back-to-school bash at the Armed Services YMCA Wellness Center in Harker Heights on Saturday.