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Girl Scouts recognize area women at annual awards ceremony

KILLEEN — Harker Heights Mayor Pro Tem Jody Nicholas was one of five outstanding local women honored March 9 as the the Girl Scouts … Read more

Soccer spring break provides kids with fun, exercise and new skills

A group of children kicked it into high gear at the Summit Soccer Complex in Harker Heights Wednesday morning, soaking up the sun an… Read more

Mountain View Elementary annual carnival for public set for March 24

The Mountain View Elementary School Spring Carnival will take place from 5 to 8 p.m. March 24 on the Mountain View Elementary campus… Read more

Business News

Restaurant owner focuses on health, fitness

Luvina Sabree, 45, always put her family’s needs ahead of her own, but she paid a hefty price for it. Read more

Chamber to host special luncheon

The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce is hosting a government affairs and economic development luncheon next week that is open to t… Read more

Smoothie King sets up shop in Harker Heights

Custom-blend smoothies with pure fruit juices and nutritional supplements now can be savored in Harker Heights. Read more


Community News

Local store owner enjoys helping people

Jonathan Benjamin, 21, works in Harker Heights at J and B Enterprise. Read more

Chamber seeks new class for Vision XXI

Members continue to be recruited for the 5th Annual Vision XXI 2017 leadership class sponsored by the Harker Heights Chamber of Comm… Read more

Skipcha Elementary School students share their ideas at assembly

One after the other, 13 courageous Skipcha Elementary School fourth- and fifth-graders took the microphone and described for an asse… Read more


Knights win mound battle to open 8-6A play

In a pitching duel at home Tuesday night in its District 8-6A opener, the Harker Heights baseball team was locked in a tight battle … Read more

Time to simplify the NCAA bracket experience

March Madness is so fun. Read more

Roundup: Softball drops 1 of 3; netters grab pair of medals

The Harker Heights softball team won one of three District 8-6A games played in the last seven days to fall to 1-4 in league play. Read more