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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.
I’ve been away from bowling for nearly a month with a bad right shoulder. The doctor is fairly sure it’s a rotator cuff injury, but won’t know for sure until he reads the MRI, and I see him Thursday. I am hoping it isn’t a rotator injury because after surgery it’s six months to a year of rehabilitation. At my age I can’t afford a year away from bowling.
A Copperas Cove High School senior and drum major’s love of music may lead her to march on Longhorn Field after she graduates as a top performing student.
GATESVILLE — The door of the big yellow bus swung open and a torrent of primary-school children gushed out of the vehicle and through the front door of the new Boys & Girls Club.
A dozen vehicles of all shapes and sizes were displayed Wednesday for the Big Truck End of Summer Party at Stewart C. Meyer Library.
The Stewart C. Meyer Library held a weeklong Writing Camp to help first- through fifth-graders improve their writing skills and learn useful techniques.
August kicks off the annual membership drive for the Friends of the Temple Public Library.
Two longtime teachers have gathered their many years of experience in the classroom to find more ways to help students excel in learning.
Teen guests play games at the Summer Reading Teen Party on Wednesday at the Copperas Cove Public Library.
The Copperas Cove Public Library threw a teen party Wednesday to mark the end of its summer reading program.
Morgan Grubaugh, 11, plays a game with her grandmother, Brenda Graley, at the Copperas Cove Library’s Summer Reading Teen Party on Wednesday.
Now to July 31
The Harker Heights Parks and Recreation Department sponsored a presentation on fire ant control July 8 taught by Bell County Master Gardener Gary Slanga at the Harker Heights Activities Center.
Now though Aug. 16
The USO is asking people to fire up their grills in support of the troops this summer.
Now though Aug. 16
More than 100 parents and children showed up for the Wild Things Zoofari presentation Wednesday at the Copperas Cove Public Library.
School may be out for Killeen students, but that doesn’t mean they’ll stop learning, thanks to a number of local businesses offering summer tutoring programs.
Summer is heating up and Fort Hood has a variety of ways for families to stay cool on post.
Copperas Cove Public Library’s Summer Reading Program kicks off Tuesday with a little something for everyone.
By Sandra Duffy Oliver
Lux, a Germen Shepherd military working dog, attacks Sgt. Peter Elya, portraying a 'bad guy' after he shoved down Lux's handler, Spc. Andres Aguilar, all of the 226th Military Working Dog Detachment of Fort Hood, during a demonstration for children in the Casey Memorial Library Summer Reading Program on Wednesday, June 12 outside of the library.
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.