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Patriotic treats add pop to  July 4 parties

Patriotic treats add pop to July 4 parties

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When my family gathers for meals, I’m often in charge of desserts, and I’ve already started working on the treats I’ll take to my sister’s Mon…

‘83 Minutes’ quickly grabs your interest

‘83 Minutes’ quickly grabs your interest

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It doesn’t take very long.

Watch out for poisonous pests this summer

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Summer is the time for relaxation for many families. Some will hang around the house while others will want to get outside and play. There may…

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Dentist Killeen 254-680-4450 House of Smiles

Dentist Killeen 254-680-4450 House of Smiles

tel. 254-680-4450

5610 E Central Texas Expy Ste 3, Killeen, TX 76543

House of Smiles – wecome to our practice! House of Smiles has been serving in the Killeen/Fort Hood and Belton area for over 25 years. We Pride in providing Comprehensive Dental treatment for the whole Family! If you are looking for a great place to regain your smile, then look no further than House of Smiles in Killeen. Since 1989, the caring staff uses the latest technology to help you and your family maintain a lifetime of beautiful, healthy smiles. “We focus on preventative dentistry, and if treatment is ultimately required, we focus on a treatment which will last a longer term and suit the patient’s requirements the best,” said Paula Luss-Porter, manager at the Clinic. In addition to general dentistry, the office provides cosmetic dentistry, like Implants, Invisalign, Lumineers, teeth whitening. Dr. Aditi Saxena and Dr. Pundt, D.D.S., have a keen interest in continuing dental education and are frequently learning how to do new dental procedures and techniques. For more than 25-years, House of Smiles has served all patients throughout the area, including those that have served so well in the military and retirees and their family with the most comprehensive cosmetic and dental care available. House of Smiles’ friendly and knowledgeable staff is here to help each patient.

Attorney Killeen 254-680-3922 Norman Taylor Attorneys at Law

Attorney Killeen 254-680-3922 Norman Taylor Att…

tel. 254-680-3922

1801 Trimmier Road, Suite A2, Killeen, TX 76541

About Our Firm At Norman Taylor PLLC, our law practice is rooted in the same home town principles you value. Our firm is  proud to represent families, individuals and businesses throughout our local area. We value the trust that our clients have placed in us over the years and we appreciate the referrals they give to their family and friends. Legal concerns can be confusing and stressful.  Whether you have suffered an injury, are facing eviction, your disability claims have been denied  or you need help drafting a will, you need reliable advice from someone you can trust.  Our attorneys, Chris Norman and Leatrice Taylor, are ready to assist and guide you through your legal situation. We have a reputation for  Providing individual attention and personal service to our clients Being available when our clients need us Working hard for our clients rights Establishing relationships that last for years Serving our community as well as our clients. We understand our clients Our attorneys get to know you on a personal level to better understand your legal needs.  No matter how difficult you believe your case may be, you can feel confident knowing that our attorneys at Norman Taylor PLLC can help you. Our clients come from all walks of life and many communities around Bell County, including: Killeen, Fort Hood, Belton, Copperas Cove, Temple, Harker Heights, Moody, Nolanville, Rogers, Salado, Troy, Holland, Bartlett, Morgans Point, Kempner and more.     Norman Taylor PLLC – Attorneys At Law We want to be your law firm of choice for professional legal service and advice. Serving Killeen, Fort Hood and Bell County Texas  area   Personal Injury  | Social Security Disability  | Landlord and Tenant Issues  | Texas Wills  

Residential Locksmith Killeen 254-634-5397 Killeen Locksmith

Residential Locksmith Killeen 254-634-5397 Kill…

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3103 S Fort Hood St, Killeen, TX 76542

Killeen Locksmith is a Veteran owned establishment that provides fast quality services in Killeen, Fort Hood, Harker Heights, Copperas Cove area. We have been providing services in these areas since 1994 and have proven time and time again that we do great work. Our work ethic and reputation means alot to us and we promise to deliver the absolute best service in our industry. Home Key Replacement or Duplication People tend to misplace or lose there keys in our busy, high paced lives on a daily basis. Give Killeen Locksmith a call right away to replace your keys. We guarantee we will get the job done. Call us or come to our office if you just need to duplicate some keys for you home. There are times when having some spare keys for the house come in handy. Leave one with a family member for emergency purposes or leave one in your car as a backup. Whatver the reason may be, get it done right. Home Lock Replacement Do you need to replace your locks for your home? Security is a serious and necessary lifestyle in todays world. We intend to make sure that when Killeen Locksmith replaces all of your homes locks, its done without mistakes. You can sleep safe and sound knowing that you just received quality service.

Anthony Edwards Killeen Texas 254-501-7521

Anthony Edwards Killeen Texas 254-501-7521

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1809 Florence Rd.,, Killeen, TX 76541

Anthony Edwards Media Account Representative Killeen Daily Herald I have been employed at the Killeen Daily Herald for over twenty-five years now. Obviously I have witnessed many changes throughout the years, to include three general managers, three business managers, several advertising directors, a plethora of classified managers, countless sales representatives and a slew of other departmental employees. The nature of the business, as well as my functionality, has also changed throughout the years. When I first arrived at the Killeen Daily Herald in 1989, I was informed by co-workers who preceded me that, the current building had superseded the downtown location not many years prior. Other than the burnt-orange trim around the advertising, business and circulation departments, little has changed cosmetically about the building; even the carpet remains the same. My job title and functionality then was that of an Inside Classified Sales Representative. The focus of my job at that time was Classified “line ads” and “display ads” and the occasional special section; the most important one at that time for the Classified Department was the annual Roll of Honor. There were three of us (Classified Sales Reps.) who sat at desks contiguous to the front counter. There were about four Outside Classified Sales Reps. and probably four Outside Retail Sales Reps. at that time. Back then, the internet was just coming of age and digital technology would soon make many things obsolete. Gone would be the days of cut and paste graphics and pagination. I too would have to adapt to the changing technology and the new and diversified demands placed upon the newly designated “Media Sales Representative”. After a brief stint in 2002 as a Recruitment Account Representative, these compartmentalized specialist designations would gradually evolved into the all encompassing “Media Sales Representative”. The Media Sales Representative would be responsible for selling a myriad of products to include: print advertising products such as the Killeen Daily Herald, the Ft. Hood Herald, the Cove Herald, the Harker Heights Herald; specialty magazines like Homefinder, Tex Appeal, Health & Fitness, etc.; a variety of annual special pages and special sections to include Newcomers Guide and Progress Edition; then there’s commercial print products such as flyers, inserts and vinyl banners; and of course the digital advertising products from online banner ads to digital images of print ads and more. Through it all, I’m still learning and still developing my craft and more importantly my character.

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Ex-county attorney says criticizing police shouldn't be focus of shootings

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Criminal justice professor: More laws needed to control idiots, not guns

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Killeen council must put city's house in order

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With Tuesday’s swearing in of newly appointed Place 2 Councilman Richard “Dick” Young, the Killeen City Council is back at full strength for t…

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Copperas Cove reminds residents of fireworks usage

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COPPERAS COVE — With the July Fourth holiday on Monday, city officials remind residents that Cove prohibits fireworks within the city limits. …

Texas A&M chancellor to herald $1.5M grant in Killeen

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Texas A&M University-Central Texas will make a public announcement today regarding a $1.5 million grant the university received through Th…

The Four Tops to perform at Metroplex’s Gold Star Gala

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The vocal quartet that helped shape the Motown sound of the ‘60s and sang, “I Can’t Help Myself,” The Four Tops, will be performing live at th…

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Tech Class for Seniors

Tech Class for Seniors

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Daniel Kott, a retired Army doctor and now a technology teacher, helps Ariuka Lamarche as she uses a program called 1,2,3, design, 3-D printing software, during a Multi-Educational Cross Cultural Arts of Central Texas class at the Lions Club Park Senior Center on Monday. The classes run for four months and will teach seniors topics ranging from basic computing and smartphone usage to 3-D printing techniques.

Solar Grant

Solar Grant

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Marc Nigliazzo, president of Texas A&M University-Central Texas, left, and Bruce Mercy, executive director of the Center for Solar Energy, sign an agreement of affiliation at the university Tuesday, June 28, 2016. The university received a $1.5 million grant through the Texas A&M University System's Chancellor's Research Initiative to bring researcher Taylor Harvey to the campus to engage in a collaborative solar research initiative.

Solar Grant

Solar Grant

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John Sharp, chancellor of Texas A&M University System, speaks Tuesday, June 28, 2016, during a news conference at the university before signing an agreement affiliation with Center for Solar Energy. The university received a $1.5 million grant through the Texas A&M University System's Chancellor's Research Initiative to bring researcher Taylor Harvey to the campus to engage in a collaborative solar research initiative.

Solar Grant

Solar Grant

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Marc Nigliazzo, president of Texas A&M University-Central Texas, speaks Tuesday, June 28, 2016, during a news conference at the university before signing an agreement affiliation with Center for Solar Energy.

Solar Grant

Solar Grant

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Taylor Harvey, chancellor's assistant professor of research at Texas A&M University-Central Texas, speaks Tuesday, June 28, 2016, during a news conference at the university about the $1.5 million grant that will allow Harvey to engage in a collaborative solar research initiative.

Solar Grant

Solar Grant

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Audience members listen as Marc Nigliazzo, president of Texas A&M University-Central Texas, speaks Tuesday, June 28, 2016, during a news conference at the university before signing an agreement affiliation with Center for Solar Energy.

Cove 7on7

Cove 7on7

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Copperas Cove's Jaylen Smith passes against Temple during 7-on-7 league play Monday at Wildcat Stadium in Temple.

Cove 7on7

Cove 7on7

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Copperas Cove's Floyd Connell catches a pass against Cameron Yoen during 7-on-7 league play Monday at Wildcat Stadium in Temple.