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Book helps children understand finances

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Your child has caught some bug that’s going around.

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A nice romance with a few surprises

A nice romance with a few surprises

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You always wanted to jump from an airplane.

Reader says Killeen missed the boat on going after Chisholm Trail’s water

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Killeen reader criticizes role of social activism in Brown's decisions as JP

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Cooking with Clare

Mix up granitas for grown-up frozen dessert

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While the weather is starting to get cooler, it’s still hot enough to enjoy a cold, refreshing dessert.

Brown bagging it to keep my diet on track

Brown bagging it to keep my diet on track

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School starts next week for students across Central Texas, which means it’s time to decide what to eat for lunch.

Brown bag it with two tasty sandwiches

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Brown bagging it at lunch time is a great way to control calories and keep more cash in my wallet. I keep on track with my diet by knowing exa…

Down the Line

NICK TALBOT: Local teams not capitalizing on big-time stars

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The talent is here.

Roos get a victory all of KISD can savor

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Wow.

Few bright spots for 8-5A after nondistrict batterings

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It’s going to be a long, brutal high school football season in Central Texas.

The Bookworm

A nice romance with a few surprises

A nice romance with a few surprises

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You always wanted to jump from an airplane.

Time flies while you’re reading this book

Time flies while you’re reading this book

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Your last vacation was really fun.

Uplifting stories for children

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Who do you look up to?

Outside Insights

Many reasons to ask ‘why’

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It is important to ask ourselves “why” from time to time, since it’s essential to have a rational for what we choose to do. The interesting pa…

Rooting is not always a dirty job

Rooting is not always a dirty job

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All roots are not created equal, but they all serve at least one if not two of the most essential of purposes — providing a plant with the nee…

Meaningful monthly flowers

Meaningful monthly flowers

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The more I study flowers, seek out new species for my yard or for writing about in this column, and the more kinds I see as I travel around th…

Spare Time

DON WRIGHT: A ‘great ride’ comes to an end

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The official results are in for the Harvest Tournament, and taking top honors is the team Young People with a score of 3,246. The team consist…

DON WRIGHT: Entries for Open tourney are encouraging

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The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association will present the Open Championship Tournament on Nov. 7-8 and 14-15, and thanks to the board me…

DON WRIGHT: Rash wins tourney despite painful mistake

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Just returned from a week vacation in Las Vegas with my daughter and son-in-law. My old military police unit from Germany was having its reuni…

Backseat Driver

Killeen says goodbye to Texas Thunder Speedway

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Race fans started lining up well before 6 p.m. Saturday night.

Driver OK after rollover at Texas Thunder

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It’s a group nobody wants to join, but occasionally a new member is inducted.

Jason Batt scores weekend double at HOT, TTS

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With only two weeks left in the life of Texas Thunder Speedway, Harker Heights racer Jason Batt is closing in on a once-in-a-lifetime goal.

Healthy Living

Turning a walk into a workout

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When I go to the park, I look around and I see just that, a park.

Blood pressure woes

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My last check-in with my nurse practitioner brought up a familiar discussion — my blood pressure.

Springing back into a routine

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Usually, I’m a morning person.

Editorials

Voters, tell City Council hopefuls what you want

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In just over two months, Killeen residents will pick four members to the City Council.

All Killeen council races contested; KISD lacks filers

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One week remains in the candidate filing period for local elections — and for the first time in eight years, it appears Killeen will have an e…

City Council owes Killeen residents a forensic audit

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Last summer, when the Killeen City Council was scrambling to bridge a multimillion-dollar shortfall in the municipal budget, residents demande…