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A slice of Easter

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It wouldn’t be Easter without quiche.

Association holds annual meeting

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The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association held its annual general membership meeting at VFW 9192 on Saturday.

Tips for getting things done

Tips for getting things done

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You’re hoping someone has a match.

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Briefs

Belton library will offer e-books

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BELTON — Belton’s Lena Armstrong Public Library will soon offer virtual books. The library received a $5,000 J. Frank Dobie Library Trust Awar…

Pentagon releases estimated impact of sequestration-level funding

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The Defense Department on Tuesday released a report documenting the damaging cuts to military forces, modernization and readiness that will be…

Lawsuit against Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center finalized

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A $6.5 million lawsuit against Fort Hood’s hospital was finalized by the U.S. attorney’s office earlier this month.

Heights youth festival offers more than arts & crafts

Heights youth festival offers more than arts & crafts

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HARKER HEIGHTS — Local children built towers with plastic blocks, got their faces painted and danced to music Saturday at the Stewart C. Meyer…

Nolan Creek Winery hosts Lucas & Lewellen tasting

Nolan Creek Winery hosts Lucas & Lewellen tasting

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BELTON — Fresh spring air wafted into Nolan Creek Winery’s open doors as they hosted a wine tasting April 3, featuring Lucas & Lewellen Wi…

Heights teams on track

Heights teams on track

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HEWITT — As well as the Harker Heights girls and boys track and field teams represented the school at the District 8-5A meet — finishing first…

Trio jazzes up library

Trio jazzes up library

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A small group of jazz enthusiasts and music lovers gathered as the Dave Wild Trio warmed up.

Got storm damage? Watch out for scams

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Whenever Mother Nature unleashes her arsenal, cleanup crews, contractors and crooks aren’t very far behind.

Mormon church building new facility in Harker Heights

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Harker Heights City Councilmen on Tuesday unanimously approved the Planning and Zoning Commission’s recommendation of a preliminary plat for c…

Heights council supports protecting defense jobs

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Harker Heights City Council members on Tuesday authorized Mayor Rob Robinson to sign a letter to promote and preserve the state’s military ins…

Interact Club members finalize plans for nighttime run set for Saturday

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It was crunch time for the 30-plus members of the Harker Heights High School’s Interact Club when they met at 8 a.m. Tuesday.

Killingsworth excels as multisport athlete

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Frances Killingsworth has been a multisport athlete all her life and refuses to let her age slow her down.

Lions Club names 2014-2015 officers

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The Harker Heights Lions Club announced its slate of officers for 2014-2015 at their regular noon meeting Wednesday and received appreciation …

Blankenship leaves EDC, city seeks new members

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Another member of Nolanville’s Economic Development Corporation Board has resigned.

Pickleballers medal at Texas senior games

Pickleballers medal at Texas senior games

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Don’t let their AARP or grandparent status fool you, because when the Harker Heights pickleballers get on the court, they have their game faces on.

Knights try to hang on to playoff spot

Knights try to hang on to playoff spot

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With Harker Heights trying to maintain its footing in the District 8-5A playoff race, head coach Glenn Cunningham was happy with his team’s wi…

We can’t blame every violent act on PTSD

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When I got home from work April 2, I squeezed my husband extra tightly.

Police blotter

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Harker Heights police reports indicated:

News briefs

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Breakfast with builders

Heights officials offer support after post shooting

Heights officials offer support after post shooting

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The aftershock of the Fort Hood shooting that left four dead and 16 wounded April 2 can be felt far and wide.

Heights girls add to school’s district titles

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The Harker Heights girls track and field team added to what has already been quite a year for Heights athletics at the District 8-5A meet.

Lady Knights in hunt for playoff spot

Lady Knights in hunt for playoff spot

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After its second lopsided win against Shoemaker on Tuesday, Harker Heights earned a season sweep of the Lady Grey Wolves, winning the two meet…

Cole makes impact for Heights baseball

Cole makes impact for Heights baseball

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Daniel Cole has had an immediate impact for the Knights in his freshman season. On Tuesday, he retired 19 straight batters to help Harker Heig…

Living

Fettuccine spring pasta

Fettuccine spring pasta

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FETTUCCINE PRIMAVERA

10 suggestions for surviving a severe allergy season

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My colleague Brady Dennis reported recently that the arrival of warmer weather will soon unleash a pollen tsunami in parts of the country wher…

Kitchen trends: Check out modern features found in hot kitchens

Kitchen trends: Check out modern features found in hot kitchens

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Simple, clean and minimal.

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Roderick Jackson, 5, draws with chalk outside the Apache Arts and Crafts Center during its 11th annual Spring Easter Fest on Saturday. Photo by Rose L. Thayer

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Rutley Jackson, 2, draws with chalk outside the Apache Arts and Crafts Center during its 11th annual Spring Easter Fest on Saturday. Photo by Rose L. Thayer

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Sunny Shen, 3, right, and Rutley Jackson, 2, draw with chalk outside the Apache Arts and Crafts Center during its 11th annual Spring Easter Fest on Saturday. Photo by Rose L. Thayer

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Jaeh Castor, 3, and Anuh Castor, 4, paint ceramic eggs outside the Apache Arts and Crafts Center during its 11th annual Spring Easter Fest on Saturday. Photo by Rose L. Thayer

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Jaeh Castor, 3, right, and Anuh Castor, 4, paint ceramic eggs outside the Apache Arts and Crafts Center during its 11th annual Spring Easter Fest on Saturday. Photo by Rose L. Thayer

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Chloe Huynh, 6, paints a ceramic bunny outside the Apache Arts and Crafts Center during its 11th annual Spring Easter Fest on Saturday. Photo by Rose L. Thayer

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Chloe Huynh, 6, paints a ceramic bunny outside the Apache Arts and Crafts Center during its 11th annual Spring Easter Fest on Saturday. Photo by Rose L. Thayer

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Naomi Russel, 3, gets her face painted at the Apache Arts and Crafts Center's 11th annual Spring Easter Fest on Saturday. Photo by Rose L. Thayer

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