You love your pooch very much — but she’s no Lassie.
We hear the word mulch mentioned so much in the lawn/gardening world. It seems like such a simple thing. Gardeners tell us to mulch our beds a…
My favorite time of year is almost here.
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Three seemingly unrelated stories grabbed headlines last week — but the events are more connected than they might appear at first glance.
A STAR and STAR Plus Medicaid presentation by Enrique Rosado begins at 10 a.m. Monday at the Lions Club Park Senior Center.
Retail gasoline prices in Texas fell 6 cents last week, a decline that matched the nationwide drop in prices at the pump.
The site of a free health fair, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today, was changed to the Copperas Cove Civic Center because of possible inclement weather.
BELTON — The Italian countryside may seem farther than “Lago di Beltone” here in Bell County, but Nolan Creek Winery succeeded in whisking 50 …
BELTON — Bell County residents got an intimate look at Mexico’s most prolific and well-known female artist, through the photographic lens of h…
Two residents were appointed to positions on the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors.
Children gathered at the Harker Heights library Sept. 11 to share in a special storytime with representatives from the Military Child Educatio…
Have y’all ever one person in your life who just makes you smile?
Bryant Adams, 26, enjoys the area’s proximity to Austin.
Grandmaster James McMurray, a taekwondo and hapkido instructor with the Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department, is now in the Korean M…
Made in Mexico, but born in the USA, Consuelo Samarripa recounted her childhood experiences in her recently published memoir, “Barrio Princess…
In his introduction of the featured speaker at the Heights Rotary Club meeting Sept. 4, member Ed Mullins described his guest, Hanspeter Toble…
Police and the vigilant, involved residents of Harker Heights managed to keep reported crime down again this week.
All civic organizations in town begin each meeting with some form of emphasis on patriotism.
Area residents wanting to make a powerful statement to support moving toward a cure for multiple sclerosis are encouraged to sign up for the K…
NOLANVILLE — The Heart of Texas Purple Cancer Warriors will present the fourth annual BraFest at noon Saturday at The Pit Stop Bar and Grill.
Motorcycle riders, supporters and anyone looking for something to do Saturday are invited to the Canteen’s third annual toy run, organizers said.
Residents wanting a safer community are encouraged to attend the second annual Safety Day in the Park.
September is an important month for the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library.
I awoke last Wednesday to the sound of purring and the sight of a small cat face gazing at me from about 10 inches away.
Harker Heights police reports indicated:
Second-year Harker Heights head coach Jerry Edwards said he knew when he scheduled former district-mate Temple for this season that the Wildca…
Random musings as district football looms:
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — Volunteers going door to door during a three-day lockdown intended to combat Ebola in Sierra Leone say some resi…
Joshua Beirich, a Fort Hood resident, completed an anatomy and physiology course this summer at Austin College.
NEW YORK — Balding middle-aged men have a greater chance of getting aggressive prostate cancer later in life than those with a full head of ha…
Tiffany Lorenzo, left, and Harker Heights Council Member Jose Segarra, host the 4th annual banquet for the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce at the Killeen Courtyard by Marriott Saturday, September 13, 2014.
Adela Luna, right, accountant for the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce and her father Jose Luna attend the Chamber's 4th anniversary banquet at the Killeen Courtyard by Marriott Saturday, September 13, 2014.
Christopher Volmores attends the 4th annual banquet for the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce at the Killeen Courtyard by Marriott Saturday, September 13, 2014.
Geraldine Lorio, Youth Advisor of the NAACP, Unit 677, and her granddaughter Azalea Butler, 6, enjoy the evening at the 4th annual banquet for the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce Saturday, September 13, 2014.
Col. Pat Gaydon, center, commander of Fort Hood's 41st Field Artillery Brigade, visits with Killeen Mayor Scott Cosper and his wife Christy at the Hispanic-American Chamber of Commerce's 4th annual banquet Saturday, September 13, 2014 at Killeen's Courtyard by Marriott.
Drummers play a memorial song honoring the deceased during the Four Winds Intertribal Society Powwow on Saturday at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.
Melissa Guerror, left, and Jade Battise, right watch the processional Saturday during theFour Winds Intertribal Society Powwow at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.
Brenda Pruitt, left, participates in the processional Saturday at theFour Winds Intertribal Society Powwow with her mother, Rita Deersky Handy, center, and grandmother, Patricia Standing Horse Thurber, at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.