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Should people be allowed to use their cellphones on a plane?
Out of curiosity — and I needed something to write about — I Googled “Top 10 issues for veterans.”
Food banks in Killeen, Copperas Cove and Harker Heights collectively acquired more than 228,000 pounds of food during the Food for Families drives this weekend.
LAMPASAS — The moment unfolded just as he always imagined.
(NAPSI)—According to a recent survey conducted by Nielsen, 72 percent of consumers prefer to shop online via their mobile device or computer versus shopping in stores.
With the Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport’s recent expansion and nearly decade-old security systems, the city’s director of aviation is requesting the Killeen City Council’s authorization to seek proposals for a security system upgrade.
Again, Dustin said I shouldn’t write this column. Last week, apparently he was right. This week, he is not.
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.
DEAR DR. GRAHAM: We have a large extended family, and since we have the biggest house, everyone always comes here for get-togethers. But that means I have to do most of the work, and frankly, it’s a real burden. I’m already dreading Thanksgiving. Any suggestions? — Mrs. V.W.
NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Fancy foliage on little-known, under-used plants called heucheras can add drama to your fall and winter garden.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship’s “Fight for the Troops 3” will broadcast live on FOX Sports 1 from Fort Campbell, Ky., tonight.
When the boys asked what I wanted for my birthday last week, I decided to make it less painful for them. “Just take me to the Star Wars concert performed by the Portland Symphony Orchestra, and (wink, wink) that will be a great birthday,” I said.
TOPEKA, Kan — John and Cindy Martin sat at a table in the small kitchen of Sullivan Chapel Methodist Church last week, faced with the stark possibility that the once-thriving congregation may be on its last legs.
DEAR DR. GRAHAM: Have you ever met anyone who absolutely did not believe in God? I’ve met some people who claimed to be atheists, but after talking with them I decided they only said they were atheists because they thought it made them sound smart. — M.G.
COPPERAS COVE — Officials on Wednesday will break ground on a new Scott & White Health Clinic.
Looking out into the crowd with a newly pinned star on his chest, Brig. Gen. Scott Spellmon said the last time so many family members attended a promotion ceremony was when he pinned second lieutenant.
ASSISI, Italy — Pope Francis broke bread with the poor and embraced the disabled on a pilgrimage to his namesake’s hometown Friday, urging the faithful to follow the example of the 13th-century St. Francis, who renounced a wealthy, dissolute lifestyle to embrace a life of poverty and service to the poor.
The Parable of the Dishonest Steward, told in the first 13 verses of Luke’s 16th chapter, is the most confounding for study. Jesus speaks to his disciples about a steward, entrusted with the lands of an absentee landlord.
There aren’t enough hours in the day for freshman Rebecca Morris, 14, of Copperas Cove, as she splits her time among cheerleading, playing volleyball, running track, maintaining honor grades and helping in her church.
FORT HOOD — Students at Meadows Elementary School were encouraged to improve their writing skills at a special presentation Monday.
TEMPLE — The Godfather of Austin blues was a little late to the gig Saturday night.
DEAR DR. GRAHAM: I’m scared of getting older, because I divorced my wife many years ago and I’m not on good terms with my children, and all I can see in front of me is loneliness and hopelessness. I wish I could go back and change the decisions I made, but it’s too late. Maybe someone can learn from my mistakes. — L.K.
Assistant City Manger Patricia Brunson, 51, has been here long enough to see it all.
Union Grove Middle School teacher Jennifer Roden is a life saver.
Travel can be an adventure – that’s for certain. However, it should ultimately be an opportunity to relax, enjoy and live life to the fullest. One of the absolute best places to do all of those things is, without question, Italy. With a culture that values the beautiful, the delicious and the traditional, Italy is the perfect escape for travelers seeking a slower pace of life and indulgence in everyday pleasures. However, capturing everything Italy has to offer can pose a challenge to independent travelers; well-planned Italy tours can put everything within reach and let you focus on the experience.
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.