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Harker Heights resident George Ybarra, 57, was born on the southernmost edge of the Texas hill country, in the small town of Uvalde, not far from Garner State Park. Surrounded by acres of bigtooth maple, desert willow, Texas live oak, and the tree-lined shores of the Nueces River, it was whe…

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Sometime in mid-October, the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team “Blackjack,” 1st Cavalry Division, from Fort Hood will deploy to Europe in support of Atlantic Resolve, according to a news release by U.S. Army Europe.

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A hearing that had been scheduled for Friday in the case against a former Killeen Police Department SWAT team officer accused of tampering with evidence was rescheduled to next month.

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The Temple-based Central Texas Veterans Health Care System will hold a mental health summit from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. today at Austin Community College Eastview Campus, 3401 Webberville Road in Austin.

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With some area children starting the new school year this upcoming week, many will mark that beginning as the official end of their summer. Luckily, there are still some back-to-school events occurring this weekend, as well as a host of family-friendly events in local parks, live music, art,…

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The Greater Killeen Community Clinic — formerly the Greater Killeen Free Clinic — celebrated its 25th anniversary Thursday at Brick and Barrel in downtown Killeen.

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The start of high school summer band looks, feels and sounds differently to the variety of students and directors now settling in to push forward into this fall’s halftime shows and marching contests.

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The Freeman Auto Report shows an increase in total sales of new vehicles for the month of July in Bell County and Coryell County. Compared to July 2018, consumers purchased 37 more vehicles in Bell County. Consumers purchased 32 more vehicles in Coryell County than in July 2018.