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The following school systems in the Killeen-Fort Hood area have announced late starts today due to weather:
One thing is all but certain for Salado and Temple high schools athletic programs. They will be on the move next season.
GATESVILLE — The city, along with First Army Division West, honored veterans and service members of the United States Armed Forces with a ceremony on the local football field Nov. 11.
Voters leave the Gatesville Annex polling place Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013.
Lometa is a tiny town, but expectations are enormous.
A sign of support for the $17.9 million bond issue to build a new Gatesville elementary school is seen Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013, along State Highway 36 near Farm-to-Market 182 north of Gatesville.
A voter heads into the Gatesville Civic Center to cast her vote Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013.
GATESVILLE — Voters in the Gatesville Independent School District on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a $17.9 million bond issue to build a new elementary school.
Election Day has arrived.
A gathering of elementary student council officers in Killeen might prove to be a preview of tomorrow’s area leadership.
GATESVILLE — Voters in the Gatesville Independent School District will decide Tuesday whether to approve a $17.9 million bond issue to build a new elementary school and will select two members to the school board.
Almost every team in the area will change classifications, but it has little to do with enrollment.
Early voting for the Nov. 5 election starts Monday.
When it came to picking a health care provider, Killeen Independent School District employee Laura Dunnells did her homework.
A recent report from the Texas Education Agency rated the financial health of Texas school districts, and many local school systems passed with flying colors.
GATESVILLE — The 20-inch crude oil pipeline that will cut across 37 miles of Coryell County could be valued at nearly $30 million on property tax rolls, an appraisal consultant told county commissioners here Monday.
GATESVILLE — The door of the big yellow bus swung open and a torrent of primary-school children gushed out of the vehicle and through the front door of the new Boys & Girls Club.
GATESVILLE — The Gatesville Independent School District board on Thursday adopted an amended $23.7 million budget for the new school year and approved a tax rate of $1.128 per $100 property valuation, which is the same as last year’s rate.
GATESVILLE — Coryell County commissioners on Monday voted to lower the speed limit on a county road, appointed two people to the county’s economic development board and named one person to the hospital board.
GATESVILLE — Hailey Deemer, 10, carefully laid an armload of pool cues and a triangular ball rack into a pickup bed, then headed back inside the club house for more.
COPPERAS COVE — Think you have what it takes to be a school board member?
Election filing for Coryell County municipalities and Nolanville City Council positions starts today.
Area residents have several options when it comes to enjoying the Fourth of July today.
Gatesville-raised couple complete medical school
GATESVILLE — The Gatesville school board on Monday agreed to an interlocal agreement with the City of Gatesville to assign a police officer to patrol district campuses during regular school hours.
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.