BELTON — Marking the end of four years of high school and 13-plus years of education, the top graduates of Harker Heights High School urged their peers to reflect on the moments of unity that made their experiences unique.

A total of 618 seniors stepped across the stage of the Bell County Expo Center Saturday into a new life.

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