• January 17, 2017

Bob Massey

Bob Massey
  • Bob Massey
  • Correspondent Writer
  • Bob Massey, 60, joined the KDHConnects network in December 2012. He is the designated correspondent for the Harker Heights Herald, where he covers civic organizations, the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce and other events. His photos and stories also appear in the Killeen Daily Herald. Massey served as the public information officer for the Killeen Independent School District for 21 years. Before retiring in 2011, he also worked as a producer, writer, announcer, video editor and videographer for KISD-TV, the school district’s cable access television station. Massey sings in several vocal groups, including The Texas Country Gentleman Barbers
Ban on texting while driving moves forward in Nolanville

NOLANVILLE — Following a public hearing Thursday, the Nolanville City Council agreed to move forward with a proposed ordinance that would ban the use of wireless communication devices while operating a motor vehicle within city limits.

More than 30 people were in attendance for a public hearing, but only two people spoke — both in favor of the proposed ordinance, which the council will consider at a future meeting.

Rupture of ‘backflow preventer’ produces ice sculpture in Heights

Cindy Schoel, co-owner of Educational Outfitters, said Monday that the large ice block outside the Harker Heights business “was caused by a backflow preventer on our irrigation system that ruptured during the night.”

Schoel’s husband, Randy, confirmed it was best described as a rupture rather than an explosion.

Playing Santa means you’re famous, loved by masses

Not everyone is lucky enough to have had the opportunity to play Santa Claus in a public venue.

I’ll admit to the privilege of several opportunities to put on the red-and-white regalia and appear on Christmas shows, at schools, parties and family Christmas celebrations.

'We honor every American who ever wore the uniform'

HARKER HEIGHTS — The Veterans’ Council and the city honored veterans at a ceremony Thursday night at the Recreation Center.

The crowd of about 150 included representatives of local and state government, business, military organizations, veterans and residents.

Newcomer defeats incumbent for Nolanville Seat 3

Political newcomer George French III defeated incumbent Aurelia Ridley for Seat 3 on the Nolanville City Council on Tuesday.

French received 530 votes or 53.43 percent to Ridley’s 462 votes or 46.57 percent.

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