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(StatePoint) Local communities nationwide are feeling a negative impact from funding cuts to national parks, which are hurting local businesses.
Copperas Cove resident Julie Hawkins is one of many in the area who relies heavily on donations from local food pantries to feed her family, especially during the holiday season.
After searching the seemingly endless list, I found the meal I wanted: chicken fried chicken.
Activities hosted at the Bob Gilmore Senior Center include:
McDonald’s golden arches, Target’s bull’s eye and Starbucks' mermaid are all instantly recognizable symbols for their brands and they have an impressive retail impact. But more than just a name and logo, your brand includes everything from printed materials to your customer’s experience.
Keep Killeen Beautiful, the Killeen Recycle Center and area Starbucks Coffee stores are offering a free special collection of cellphones, batteries and telephone books through Nov. 17.
Keep Killeen Beautiful is teaming up with the Killeen Recycle Center and Starbucks Coffee in collecting cellphones, batteries and telephone books Sunday through Nov. 17.
In 1983, when Orlando Felice was 28 years old, a summer virus caused his heart to fail. For three months, the Baltimore accountant lay teetering on the edge of death until surgeons found him a new heart, from a 16-year-old girl who died in a motorcycle accident. Felice’s operation was the third heart transplant performed at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
SAN ANTONIO — Several hundred gun rights activists armed with rifles and shotguns rallied Saturday outside of the Alamo in a demonstration that broke a longstanding tradition of not staging such events at the enduring symbol of Texas independence.
COPPERAS COVE — Dedicated supporters took to the Hills of Cove Golf Course Saturday for some competitive fun and fundraising during the Copperas Cove Exchange Club’s 15th annual charity golf tournament.
COPPERAS COVE — Hundreds of runners descended on City Park for Saturday morning’s Gallop or Trot 5k Run/Walk event sponsored by H-E-B.
Runners rejoice as the Gallop or Trot 5K draws near.
Walking briskly around the Temple Civic Theatre’s thrust stage, new hire John Monteverde plops down in a front row seat with a smile. He’s just conducted a three-hour open audition for “Count Dracula” and if he’s tired, it’s not evident.
“The World’s End” is about five pals on a reunion booze-up that goes seriously haywire. The film itself is a reunion that’s triumphant.
For many in Vietnam, the question has been fraught with impatience and even concern.
It’s hard really to describe what the USO does for troops until you see it firsthand.
As officials broke ground on the new Fort Hood Mall, Garrison Commander Col. Matt Elledge joked he hopes not to move before it opens in 2015.
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.