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Florence tennis star signs with Ark.-Fort Smith

Florence tennis star signs with Ark.-Fort Smith

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FLORENCE — Tristen Brunson spends a couple of hours a day working on the tennis court and polishing her skills. Often this means sacrificing other events and free time. 

Columnists

Soak in the season while it is still here

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As I peek out of my window, I see so many changes.

Awards banquet, Christmas party coming soon

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The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association annual awards banquet and Christmas party is right around the corner. Tickets are available now…

Bergin’s ‘H2O’ will suck you in

Bergin’s ‘H2O’ will suck you in

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Rain, rain, go away.

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Editorials / Letters to the Editor

Holder must take active role in Ferguson

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Last week President Barack Obama issued a statement mourning the death of John Doar, a former Justice Department lawyer who risked his life st…

Retired principal praises students for their interest in solving current issues

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Vegetarian reader urges alternatives to Thanksgiving dinner with turkey

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Briefs

Groundwater levels down in Bell County

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BELTON — Bell County groundwater levels dropped more than 100 feet over the last seven years, according to a recent study from environmental c…

Public invited to sponsor homeless pets’ kennels

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Texas Humane Heroes is celebrating 35 years of saving animals’ lives this holiday season. Starting Friday, the public is invited to sponsor a …

Metroplex Hospital offers free Zumba class

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Metroplex Hospital has added Zumba to its list of free exercise classes, which includes kickboxing, Tai Chi and yoga.

Dawgs winless, but holding their own in prestigious tourney

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The Copperas Cove Bulldawgs have been competitive in all four of their contests at the McDonald’s Texas Invitational Basketball Tournament in …

Florence tennis star signs with Ark.-Fort Smith

Florence tennis star signs with Ark.-Fort Smith

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FLORENCE — Tristen Brunson spends a couple of hours a day working on the tennis court and polishing her skills. Often this means sacrificing o…

Ellison boys overwhelm Marble Falls 84-23

Ellison boys overwhelm Marble Falls 84-23

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Ellison topped the 77 points it scored in its season opener, and allowed just nine points in Marble Falls’ highest-scoring quarter Friday. 

Lady Wolves hold off Waco rally, win 60-56

Lady Wolves hold off Waco rally, win 60-56

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For a Shoemaker squad adjusting to a new head coach and growing together, the nondistrict portion of the schedule is all about facing differen…

Gatesville girls stay unbeaten

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At Hamilton, the Hornets earned two more lopsided wins, advancing into the semifinals of the Hamilton tournament. Gatesville opened by beating…

Roche named first-team all district

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Senior outside Jenny Roche was recognized for her outstanding season with the Florence Lady Buffs by being named to the District 25-3A all-dis…

Inspired Buffaloes rout Holland

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HOLLAND — Between the third and fourth quarters of Florence’s game Thursday against Waco Texas Christian Academy, Buffaloes head coach Danny W…

Stafford earns Player of the Week honors

Stafford earns Player of the Week honors

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Shane Stafford has won the KDHPressbox.com Player of the Week award before in his athletic career at Belton.

Eagles face Marble Falls tonight

Eagles face Marble Falls tonight

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Ellison boys head basketball coach Alberto Jones, Jr. doesn’t know much about Marble Falls yet. The Mustangs (0-1) will face host Ellison (1-0…

Franklin steps up to lead Lampasas

Franklin steps up to lead Lampasas

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LAMPASAS — James Franklin feels his time has come.

Roos get edged at Magnolia Invitational

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The Killeen Kangeroos boys’ basketball team suffered a 46-45 loss to Cy-Fair in the first round of the Magnolia Invitational Tournament on Thursday.

Dukes decides: Harker Heights star hoopster chooses Texas-San Antonio

Dukes decides: Harker Heights star hoopster chooses Texas-San Antonio

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HARKER HEIGHTS — Alexus Dukes has played varsity basketball at Harker Heights for each of her four years of high school.

Bogues tallies 24 in Ellison victory

Bogues tallies 24 in Ellison victory

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By Jordan Mason

Ellison’s Douglas, Gray, Howard make the grade(s)

Ellison’s Douglas, Gray, Howard make the grade(s)

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Dusti Douglas, Bri’anna Gray and Asia Howard epitomize the term.

Incarnate Word tracked down Cove’s Leuthner

Incarnate Word tracked down Cove’s Leuthner

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COPPERAS COVE – Andrew Leuthner’s mind is made up.

Cress, Moore lead Roos in season opener

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The Killeen Kangeroos basketball team opened its season with a 72-69 road win over Waco on Tuesday.

Shy no more, Johnson coming through for Lady Roos

Shy no more, Johnson coming through for Lady Roos

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Shianne Johnson admits that as a freshman on the varsity a year ago, she was a bit shy and timid while trying to figure out what life on a Cla…

Lady Wolves rookie already making her 6-foot presence felt in the paint

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In her first season on the Shoemaker Lady Grey Wolves varsity basketball team, junior Tija Hawkins has already found success. She has establis…

Lady Roos handle Hippos in home opener

Lady Roos handle Hippos in home opener

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The Killeen Lady Kangaroos started the season with six games, one a true road contest at Round Rock Cedar Ridge and five more games at the Ced…

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Stripes opens on Stagecoach Road

Stripes opens on Stagecoach Road

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David Martin, left, assistant principal for Killeen ISD’s Career Center speaks Friday, Nov. 21, 2014 during the grand opening of a Stripes convenience store at 1320 Stagecoach Road in Killeen.

Stripes opens on Stagecoach Road

Stripes opens on Stagecoach Road

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The new Stripes convenience store, at 1320 Stagecoach Road in Killeen, had its grand opening Friday. Mayor Scott Cosper, Mayor Pro Tem Elizabeth Blackstone, Killeen ISD Career Center Assistant Principal David Martin and some of his students joined Stripes staff and officials for the ribbon-cutting.

Food for Families

Food for Families

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Soldiers from various Fort Hood units deliver food to the annual Food For Families Food Drive at the Killeen Special Events Center, 3301 SW S Young Dr., Killeen, Friday, November 21, 2014. The donated food is distributed through the Food Care Center in Killeen, Texas, which provides food, clothing, and household items to clients in need at little or no cost them.

Food for Families

Food for Families

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Fort Hood soldiers offload food donated from H.E.B., 809 N Gray St, Killeen, in support of the annual Food For Families Food Drive. SSG Kwabena Keyeremeh, 2nd Chemical Battalion, 48th Chemical Brigade, collects the donated food in a shopping cart, moving it from the truck to the scale, Friday, November 21, 2014.

Food for Families

Food for Families

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Volunteers move 800 lbs. of donated macaroni and cheese and other food products from the scale. Weights of all donated food are calculated throughout the night, Friday, Nov. 21, 2014. The program's goal is to collect at least 125,00 lbs. of food through the annual Food for Families Food Drive, held at the Killeen Special Events Center, 3301 SW S Young Dr., Killeen.

Food for Families

Food for Families

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Spc. Steven Molina, 1st Battalion, 12th Cavalry Regiment, works with Boy Scouts from Troop 287, Killeen, to carry 845 lbs. of canned corn from the scales to the tables, Friday, November 21, 2014, at the Killeen Special Events Center, 3301 S8W S Young Dr., Killeen. About 65,000 lbs. of food products are collected through the annual Food for Families Food Drive, with additional food collected in donation boxes throughout the local area. More food is purchased with donated funds. Every dollar that is donated is converted into two and a half pounds of food.

Food for Families

Food for Families

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Volunteers move 800 lbs. of donated macaroni and cheese and other food products from the scale. Weights of all donated food are calculated throughout the night, Friday, Nov. 21, 2014. The program's goal is to collect at least 125,00 lbs. of food through the annual Food for Families Food Drive, held at the Killeen Special Events Center, 3301 SW S Young Dr., Killeen.

Food for Families

Food for Families

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Valrica Pollard helps Richyanna Grant, 5, and Roderick Pollard, 10, organize the donated food for the annual Food For Families drive, Friday, Nov. 21, 2014. This is the first time volunteering with the Food for Families Food Drive. Roderick claims he likes to help because, "All this food goes to people who need it."

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