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Salado did not want to lose, but the Eagles feel they are better for it.
SALADO — Salado coach Kenny Mann doesn’t scream at his team often, so when he does, the Eagles know they haven’t held up their end of the bargain.
Brian Emerson believes individual recognition is the byproduct of a team’s success.
Shoemaker cornerback Dwayne Williams became accustomed to hauling in opponents’ passes this season. Now, he’s hauled in a big honor.
HAKER HEIGHTS — With the city expected to reach a population of more than 58,000, Harker Heights officials are planning for the growth and developers are breaking new ground.
A teepee filled with Cheyenne blankets, tools, weapons and a headdress engaged visitors Saturday before they stepped inside the Bell County Museum to see the new exhibit, “Bison: American Icon,” on display now through Jan. 7, 2014.
After a 48-6 loss to Rosebud-Lott, it looked as if Florence might flop against Thrall, which was coming off an 18-14 win against Bruceville-Eddy.
Two commercial developments planned for Harker Heights could be a huge boon to the southeast portion of the city.
The Harker Heights City Council unanimously approved Tuesday a new development on the corner of Knight’s Way and Stillhouse Lake Road.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a new business development to be built on the southwest corner of Knight’s Way and Stillhouse Lake Road, diagonally across from Harker Heights High School.
The Harker Heights City Council on Tuesday granted a 30-year ground lease to build the biggest workout facility in the area.
HARKER HEIGHTS — As of Sept. 6, local drivers who exceed 65 mph on U.S. Highway 190 between the Killeen city limit and Indian Trail Drive could risk a moving violation.
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.
Planning and Development Director Fred Morris will talk with Planning and Zoning Commission Chair Larry Robinson and Vice Chair Michael Johnson about target dates for presenting the Harker Heights City Council with an amendment to the zoning ordinance, which could result in redevelopment along Knight’s Way if approved.
Fred Morris, planning and development director, discusses future development on Knight's Way in Harker Heights during a City Council retreat Saturday, June 22, 2013, at the Harker Heights Activities Center.
From left, Mayor Mike Aycock, City Manager Steve Carpenter and Assistant City Manager Patricia Brunson look on as Fred Morris, planning and development director for the city, shows a slide of vacant land on Knight's Way during a Harker Heights City Council retreat Saturday, June 22, 2013, at the Harker Heights Activities Center.
City Councilman Spencer Smith looks on as City Manager Steve Carpenter discusses future development on Knight's Way in Harker Heights during a City Council retreat Saturday, June 22, 2013, at the Harker Heights Activities Center.
City Manager Steve Carpenter discusses future development on Knight's Way in Harker Heights during a City Council retreat Saturday, June 22, 2013, at the Harker Heights Activities Center.
Mayor Mike Aycock talks with members of the City Council about future development on Knight's Way in Harker Heights during a retreat Saturday, June 22, 2013, at the Harker Heights Activities Center.
During a Saturday retreat, City Council and staff devised a three-pronged vision for a 2.4-mile corridor along Knight’s Way.
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Harker Heights City Council members on Tuesday discussed implementing across-the-board land use requirements for developed and bare land on Farm-to-Market 2410, from U.S. Highway 190 south to Warrior’s Path.
HARKER HEIGHTS — What would Harker Heights’ “Main Street” look like?
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.