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On Thursday, the Killeen Independent School District administration and the board of trustees will break ground on a new high school in south Killeen that is scheduled to open in the fall of 2022, according to a release sent out by the district’s spokeswoman Taina Maya. The public is invited…

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HARKER HEIGHTS — The third and final community education forum hosted by Philemon Brown took place Saturday, and between 20 and 30 residents and parents showed up at Adams Chapel AME Church to gain information about the Killeen Independent School District.

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COPPERAS COVE — Vaseline, fake blood, cocoa powder, toilet paper, gelatin, food coloring, and miscellaneous classroom supplies resulted in a recipe that is advancing the knowledge of Copperas Cove High School students as they work toward their certifications in medical terminology.

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Killeen ISD police is seeking the public's help to identify a man being investigated for indecent exposure. The incident act happened at a middle school concert in the auditorium of Killeen High School Thursday night, according to a news release by Taina Maya, KISD spokeswoman."We would like…

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The third and final forum in an effort to increase community involvement with the Killeen school district will take place Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Adams Chapel AME Church, 125 E. Arlo Road, in Harker Heights.

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The Central Texas College Hospitality department’s Patio Café Cuisine Nights Dining Experience offers a Caribbean flair this Friday. Dinner, prepared by students in the international cuisine cooking class, will be served from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the culinary arts area of the Student Center.

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The Killeen school district superintendent made a surprise announcement about plans to seek another taxpayer-funded school bond while the district is still spending $426 million from the 2018 voter-approved bonds.

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The Central Texas College Continuing Education department is offering two classes aimed to enhance the success of business owners and customer service providers. The first is a one-day class entitled Presentations That Work and What Not to Do. It is beneficial to both the business community …

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The Central Texas College Nursing and Allied Health department is currently accepting applications for its evening/weekend Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN) program. The deadline to apply is Dec. 12 so students can attend the pre-admission session in February. Two program pre-requisites must…

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Central Texas College will host its annual Haunted House and Fall Carnival on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 25-26 from 6 to 11 p.m. both nights. The haunted house will be held outside the Mayborn Science Theater (Building 152) while games and carnival activities will be inside the building. The …

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Eight cadets in the Texas A&M University-Central Texas Reserve Officers’ Training Corps will head to Washington, D.C., to compete in the 35th Army 10-Miler Sunday. This will be the first time the university has sent a group of cadets to compete in the run.

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Killeen ISD Superintendent John Craft suggested the district consider another school bond issue to build three elementary schools and a stadium and said he will be putting together another bond steering committee.

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Texas A&M University system has officially implemented a vaping ban on it’s eleven statewide campuses, according to a memo from the president of Texas A&M University-Central Texas, Mark Nigliazzo.

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In an annual salute to the Hispanic culture, Pershing Park Elementary School welcomed hundreds of families into the school cafeteria recently for an evening of song and dance and traditional foods.

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U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, held a joint press conference in Austin Wednesday with Army Futures Command Gen. John “Mike” Murray and Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp where they announced a “Cooperative Agreement that will provide up to $65 million over five years to T…

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A ban on vaping will soon extend to “every inch” of the Texas A&M; University System, according to a Tuesday memorandum from Chancellor John Sharp that cites recent revelations about how electronic cigarette use or vaping can lead to lung illnesses.