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The Darnall Child Development Center is unlike any other on post.
COPPERAS COVE — Not only are Texas and Oklahoma neighbors, but they are also becoming partners in the fight against and preparation for sequestration and the series of budget cuts that result.
Dressed in a pink apron, Callie Mathis, 7, measured and mixed brown sugar at the Little and Blooming Chefs Academy on Monday in Harker Heights.
A new bicycle has been on Ava Pickens’ Christmas list for the past several years.
A Syrian woman driven from her home by fighting in Syria's civil war cooks a meal in her room in an elementary school that has been turned into a shelter in Damascus Syria, Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013. Around 44 families live in the school, just one set up as Syria deals with more than 5 million displaced people on its soil. (AP Photo/Lee Keath)
To the Editor:
The Killeen Food Care Center isn’t the only place area residents can get food. About 45 organizations in the area work with Capital Area Food Bank of Texas.
The Killeen Food Care Center received 103,000 pounds of food during last month’s annual Food for Families drive, but it’s only a fraction of the 2.3 million pounds distributed to clients this year.
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ST. PAUL, Minn. — Jeff Ansorge once commanded a staff of 17 and made around $80,000 a year as executive chef at a posh downtown Minneapolis restaurant where a 24-ounce dry aged Porterhouse steak goes for $48. But he gave it all up to become the head cook of a Salvation Army soup kitchen, where the meals are free.
TEMPLE — Heather Newman and her children — Jasmine, 7, and Isaac, 6 — enjoyed a holiday meal Wednesday at the Health and Hope for the Holiday Thanksgiving Dinner.
As the holidays draw near, Fort Hood families in need can seek the services of the Army Community Service Food Pantries to ensure no one goes hungry this Thanksgiving.
COPPERAS COVE — Nearly 600 turkeys and 14,000 pounds of food were handed out Tuesday in Copperas Cove.
Local communities invited to free Thanksgiving meals
COPPERAS COVE — Reaching the unreachable was the purpose of the “Bound in Love” Thanksgiving dinner at Bountiful New Life Church of God In Christ in Copperas Cove on Saturday.
With 8 percent of families in Coryell County earning less than $15,000 a year and 65.5 percent of families receiving food stamps, 13 percent of families live under the poverty level with that number more than doubling to 30 percent for single mothers, according to the American Community Survey.
After searching the seemingly endless list, I found the meal I wanted: chicken fried chicken.
If you have a child who suffers with food allergies, then you know how much dedication goes into cooking meals, how much deliberation goes into picking the right restaurants to dine-out. Above all, you are familiar with all the many creative ways to navigate the dreaded school cafeteria menu … that is, if you don’t already pack lunches.
The Killeen Independent School District reimbursed more than $27,000 to its superintendent and school board members in 2012, according to a new report.
Communities invited to free Thanksgiving meals
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.
LAMPASAS — The city will be colored with red, white and blue Monday as residents and businesses pay tribute to military veterans.
(StatePoint) The holidays may be filled with joy, but for the ever-growing number of aging Americans and those who care for them this otherwise celebratory season can become mired in challenges.
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.
COPPERAS COVE — It took one day to grind the sausage, one day to smoke it and one day to cook it. But it took less than four hours for Trinity Lutheran Church to run out of nearly 4,000 pounds of sausage Saturday at its annual German Sausage Festival.
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.