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Criminals take notice this holiday season, the Harker Heights Police Department has eyes and ears all over the place.
The holidays — the most dangerous time of the year.
Officer Dave Haley was named the Police Officer of the Year at the Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce banquet. He's pictured with Police Chief Mike Gentry and Chamber President Bill Kozlik and Teri Worley.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce announced the city’s Police Officer and Firefighter/Paramedic of the Year during the 25th annual awards banquet Monday night.
The Harker Heights Police Department promoted five officers during an Oct. 14 ceremony.
Harker Heights Police Chief Mike Gentry attends the fifth annual Bridging the Gap conference hosted by the Central Texas Family Violence Task Force.
Harker Heights Police Chief Mike Gentry speaks at the Heights Rotary Club meeting Sept. 5 while Rotary President Jennifer McCann, center, and Eloise Lundgren listen.
Harker Heights Police Chief Mike Gentry was the featured speaker at the Heights Rotary Club’s meeting Sept. 5 at the St. Paul Chong Hasang Church Parish Center.
City employees were lauded for their service during a ceremony Tuesday at Harker Heights City Hall.
At Tuesday’s public hearing, no residents spoke about the proposed budget, which includes a continuance of the current property tax rate of 67.7 cents per $100 valuation into fiscal year 2014.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Set back from Comanche Gap Road, a faded red and blue wood sign for Comanche Gap Park stands barely visible amid a backdrop of brush, tall grass and an aging homestead.
Editors note: This list of 2013 Copperas Cove High School graduates was provided to the Herald this week by the Copperas Cove Independent School District. The students are listed in walking order.
HARKER HEIGHTS — J.C. Schoel couldn’t shake a nagging ambition planted by his church friends.
HARKER HEIGHTS — One man was shot and several suspects are on the loose after a Thursday morning shooting in northern Harker Heights.
Law enforcement across the U.S. is extremely tight-knit.
The Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce Vision XXI leadership class took the last field trip of the inaugural season July 11, visiting the Harker Heights Fire and Police departments, Stewart C. Meyer Library and Purser Park.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Within two years, local gun owners might be able to shoot long guns and handguns bigger than .46 calibers in an indoor shooting range on Lookout Ridge Boulevard.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Since Billy and Kyong Tipton moved to Harker Heights in 1972, the city’s population has grown from 4,500 to almost 28,000 people in a 15-square-mile area, making it denser than Temple, Belton and Oklahoma City.
Before family, friends and fellow first responders, Jesus Mancillas and William Greenwood took the oath of police officers and received their badges at a swearing-in ceremony Monday at the Harker Heights Police Department.
William Greenwood, right, one of two new Harker Heights Police Department officers, is sworn in by HHPD Chief Mike Gentry during a ceremony Monday.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Crossing into town on Veterans Memorial Boulevard brings drivers through a two-mile stretch of 25 venues where bright blinking signs point thirsty patrons to sports bars, biker bars, Latin dance clubs and pool halls.
Water thieves could face fines up to $2,000 for repeated offenses if the Harker Heights City Council passes ordinances aiming to curb the rise of household equipment tampering.
Robert Jutras, Scoutmaster of Troop 234 in Harker Heights, and two Boy Scouts, Tanner Casey, 14, and Kyle Jutras, 12, drove to the front entrance of the Harker Heights Police Department last week.
Police Chief Mike Gentry and other officers discuss who could have ordered a Flamingo Flocking ‘hit’ at the Harker Heights Police Department.
The City Council on Tuesday approved changing the zoning designation for a 19.93-acre tract of land behind H-E-B to a mixed use development.
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.