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Short-handed Belton rallies to win 7-on-7 league finale vs. Cove

Short-handed Belton rallies to win 7-on-7 league finale vs. Cove

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TEMPLE — It slowly built.

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‘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…

Beat the heat with a frozen summer treat

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Hot summers are nothing new to Texans, and now that another one is here, I’ll make sure to stock the freezer with cool treats.

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Editorials / Letters to the Editor

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…

Briefs

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…

Children invited to have ‘Soda Pop with a Cop’

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Children can have a “Soda Pop with a Cop” today from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Chick-fil-A in Killeen, 1400 E. Central Expressway.

Ellison ex Cobb ready for sophomore NFL season

Ellison ex Cobb ready for sophomore NFL season

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After a rookie season that began with him on injured reserve but saw him starting in the season finale, Tennessee Titans running back David Co…

ALLAN MANDELL: All-Area squad is ‘amazing group’

ALLAN MANDELL: All-Area squad is ‘amazing group’

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How would you like to coach THIS softball team?

ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Future Longhorn Malory Schattle was area’s top slugger

ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Future Longhorn Malory Schattle was area’s top slugger

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They won’t soon forget Malory Schattle in Salado. 

ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Florence’s Gray, Salado’s Hill share pitching honor

ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Florence’s Gray, Salado’s Hill share pitching honor

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Salado’s Meagan Hill and Florence’s Emily Gray have known one another for a long time. 

ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Lady Badgers C Corbin, Florence SS/P Futrell share a mutual respect

ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Lady Badgers C Corbin, Florence SS/P Futrell share a mutual respect

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Kloe Corbin and Mackenzie Futrell have a lot in common. 

ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Belton frosh Drake had exceptional varsity debut

ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Belton frosh Drake had exceptional varsity debut

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Avery Drake began her high school softball career with a boom. 

ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Top-five squads Florence, Belton highlight First Team

ALL-AREA SOFTBALL: Top-five squads Florence, Belton highlight First Team

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Belton and Florence dominated District 12-6A and District 25-3A, respectively, while living in the top five of the state rankings and reaching…

Former area stars return to conduct annual youth football camp

Former area stars return to conduct annual youth football camp

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Jacksonville Jaguars defensive tackle Roy Miller and his slew of fellow Central Texas standouts turned professionals were ubiquitous Saturday …

NO-HIT WONDER: All-Area softball MVP Sidney Holman’s pitching feats for Belton were staggering

NO-HIT WONDER: All-Area softball MVP Sidney Holman’s pitching feats for Belton were staggering

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Sidney Holman did it all. 

Ellison qualifies for state 7-on-7 tournament

Ellison qualifies for state 7-on-7 tournament

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Ellison always knew it was capable of becoming the first team in program history to qualify for the Texas State 7-on-7 Championships — the Eag…

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Ex-Knight C.J. Bobbitt off to impressive start at Denver

COLLEGE BASKETBALL: Ex-Knight C.J. Bobbitt off to impressive start at Denver

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Unlike his high school career, which began with him earning district Newcomer of the Year honors as a sophomore at Harker Heights, C.J. Bobbit…

Belton’s Holman, Moore earn all-state

Belton’s Holman, Moore earn all-state

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Being recognized was an honor, but sharing the moment made it special.

Solid winner moves to Florence

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Florence has made an adjustment to its coaching staff, as Ashley Lewis has been named head girls basketball coach.

FOUR SCORERS: With Gwynn stepping up, Eagles boast four top receivers

FOUR SCORERS: With Gwynn stepping up, Eagles boast four top receivers

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Ellison went undefeated for the second week in a row Tuesday in the Killeen ISD 7-on-7 league and, for the second week in a row, junior wide r…

Henry brothers competing for Olympic spot

Henry brothers competing for Olympic spot

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The Henry brothers, Hayden and Noah, are on their way to Omaha.

Mansell, Peoples lead Belton to two victories in 7-on-7

Mansell, Peoples lead Belton to two victories in 7-on-7

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CAMERON — Belton put together a last-minute drive to give host Cameron Yoe its only loss in the three-game, round-robin 7-on-7 tournament Monday.

7-ON-7: Copperas Cove defeated in three close contests Monday

7-ON-7: Copperas Cove defeated in three close contests Monday

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CAMERON — Copperas Cove’s 7-on-7 team went 0-3 on Monday night.

BASEBALL: After all-star game, Buffs’ Ellis turning page on athletic career

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Richard Ellis is moving on from athletics. 

Ellison sweeps 7-on-7 league for 2nd week in row

Ellison sweeps 7-on-7 league for 2nd week in row

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For the second week in a row, Ellison went undefeated in the Killeen ISD 7-on-7 league, which the Eagles hosted Tuesday at Leo Buckley Stadium. 

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Pride Vigil

Pride Vigil

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Darius Armstead holds the rainbow flag at the Pride Vigil on Monday, June 27, 2016, at Central Texas College.

Pride Vigil

Pride Vigil

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Jenny Williams, a member of the Gay-Straight Alliance at Central Texas College, hands out black ribbons to Clarena Tobon and her daughter, Amalyha, at a Pride Vigil on Monday, June 27, 2016, at CTC. The black ribbons were in remembrance of the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla.

Pride Vigil

Pride Vigil

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John Harris, president of the Gay-Straight Alliance, was one of the speakers at a Pride Vigil at Central Texas College on Monday, June 27, 2016.

Pride Vigil

Pride Vigil

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Pedro Oquendo is hugged by Angelica Concepcion after he spoke Monday, June 27, 2016, during a Pride Vigil at Central Texas College.

Pride Vigil

Pride Vigil

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Rickey Hicks, one of four speakers at the Pride Vigil on Central Texas College's campus Monday, June 27, 2016. Hicks spoke about growing up and realizing he was gay and later going through the military and coming out to his family.

Harker Heights

Harker Heights

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A construction crew works on sewer lines Thursday, June 23, 2016, in the 600 block of West Farm-to-Market 2410 in Harker Heights.  Heights' city council approved a $1.33 million contract for a utility project between FM 2410 and South Roy Reynolds Drive. Included in the sewer project bid was an alternate bid to loop a 6-inch water line from FM 2410 to the intersection of Roy Reynolds Drive and Briarwood Lane. The bid was approved on March 8, 2016.

Harker Heights

Harker Heights

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A construction crew works on sewer lines Thursday, June 23, 2016, in the 600 block of West Farm-to-Market 2410 in Harker Heights.  Heights' city council approved a $1.33 million contract for a utility project between FM 2410 and South Roy Reynolds Drive. Included in the sewer project bid was an alternate bid to loop a 6-inch water line from FM 2410 to the intersection of Roy Reynolds Drive and Briarwood Lane. The bid was approved on March 8, 2016.

Harker Heights

Harker Heights

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A construction crew works on sewer lines Thursday, June 23, 2016, in the 600 block of West Farm-to-Market 2410 in Harker Heights.  Heights' city council approved a $1.33 million contract for a utility project between FM 2410 and South Roy Reynolds Drive. Included in the sewer project bid was an alternate bid to loop a 6-inch water line from FM 2410 to the intersection of Roy Reynolds Drive and Briarwood Lane. The bid was approved on March 8, 2016.