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Children practiced reading aloud Saturday at the library to a captivated audience of one — Toby.
Lisa Youngblood, director of the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library, stood before a crowd of children Nov. 21 and asked, “Who’s ready to read?”
Local communities invited to free Thanksgiving meals
Shilo Inn to host Killeen chamber mixer Thursday
Communities invited to free Thanksgiving meals
Got fines and nonperishable food items?
Joyce Campbell has been a member of the First Church of Harker Heights since its inception 15 years ago.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Even though Deya Spano likes the convenience of her Kindle, for her, there is nothing like turning the pages and marking up an actual book.
The city of Harker Heights and the Harker Heights Veterans’ Council will pay tribute to all individuals, past and present, who served or are serving in the armed forces, at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Veterans Monument, 300 Miller’s Crossing. Guest speaker will be Brig. Gen. Douglas Gabram, deputy commanding general, 1st Cavalry Division, with remarks by Mayor Mike Aycock and the traditional wreath laying to honor those who gave their lives. In case of inclement weather, the ceremony will be moved into the Recreation Center.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library is inviting the public to meet local authors and illustrators at the Authors Fair on Nov. 9.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Uniting to help fill barren shelves at the Harker Heights Food Care Center, the First Baptist Church of Harker Heights teamed up with Harker Heights United Methodist and Trinity Baptist churches to host a fall festival.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Rooms To Go, the newest furniture store located along the U.S. Highway 190 corridor, held its grand opening/ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday.
A new grant equals new opportunities for the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
Students and their parents now how something to do during early dismissal days.
Chattering voices of 60 children and 40 adults filled Carl Levin Park Wednesday as Mayor Pro Tem Rob Robinson proclaimed “Little Free Library Day” and helped cut the ribbon on the first Little Free Library in Harker Heights.
Assistant City Manger Patricia Brunson, 51, has been here long enough to see it all.
Ministry offering free food giveaway today
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.