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Harker Heights Community Services Officer Dave Haley and volunteer, John Odom, remove bikes from a delivery trailer as part of the Blue Santa progam. The bikes were given to needy children at Harker Heights Elementary School on Tuesday morning.
Harker Heights Elementary School fifth grader, Erica Pardo (11), rides the bike that she received on Tuesday morning through the Blue Santa Program.
A new bicycle has been on Ava Pickens’ Christmas list for the past several years.
Communities in Schools is gearing up for its sixth annual December shoe drive, working to get shoes to local children in need.
Schools across the Killeen Independent School District are wrapping up drives to support food pantries across the area, mixing lessons of compassion with acts of service.
The Blue Santa program got its start on a rainy patrol day in 2009 when Harker Heights Community Services Officer Dave Haley came across a young boy walking to school in the rain along Lookout Ridge.
Braving the cold to help the hungry, volunteers young and old combined to collect a mountain of food.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Elves disguised as community volunteers gathered behind the E Center on Saturday morning to put the final touches on bicycles before “Santa” passes them out in a few weeks.
Harker Heights civic and government organizations, churches, businesses and schools combine their efforts every year during November and December by holding fundraisers, clothing and toy drives to provide for the needy.
Parents have signed up hundreds of children to participate in a new prekindergarten program at schools on Fort Hood.
Lillian Billie has been a fixture in Killeen schools for more than 40 years, but her path wasn’t completely smooth.
Calling all future chefs ages 5 through 12, the Little and Blooming Chefs Academy wants you.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. Bring photo ID to vote.
As part of a look at the 20th Engineer Battalion in the wake of Nov. 5, 2009, I interviewed Casey Andrysiak, the wife of the commander and senior adviser to the battalion’s family readiness group. The battalion was less than three months from deployment, and during the mass shooting, the battalion lost four soldiers and another 11 were injured.
Running zig-zag around orange cones, jumping through hula hoops, crawling through a narrow blue tube and climbing a 20-foot tall boulder were all part of the Teen Zombie Obstacle Course held on the north lawn of the Stewart C. Meyer Library in Harker Heights on Monday.
Funeral services for Mercedes A. Brown, 78, of Killeen, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Harper-Talasek Funeral Home Chapel in Killeen with the Rev. Willie Clark officiating. Interment will follow at Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery.
Harker Heights High School students Consuela Taylor, Amanda Rodriguez and Karyn Luciar act out the story of “Hansel and Gretel” for a group of elementary students Friday at the high school.
A group of Harker Heights High School students welcomed more than 400 elementary school children to their campus Friday for the school’s annual fairy tale day.
Harker Heights High School students hosted "fairy tale day" at their campus this morning.
Teachers hand out push-ups to students after receiving a $50 reward card from Walmart to purchase classroom supplies, Thursday morning at Harker Heights Elementary School.
Principal Carolyn Dugger of Harker Heights Elementary School addresses students and highlights the ways in which the Teacher Reward cards will benefit classrooms at the school, Thursday morning in Harker Heights.
Teacher Erica Bracey, left, receives a $50 reward card from Walmart to purchase classroom supplies, Thursday morning at Harker Heights Elementary School.
Teacher Shirley Walker, left, receives a $50 reward card from Walmart to purchase classroom supplies, Thursday morning at Harker Heights Elementary School.
Teachers pose after receiving a $50 reward card from Walmart to purchase classroom supplies, Thursday morning at Harker Heights Elementary School.
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.