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Being a native Texan, I notice when people make comments, both good and the bad, about this great state. Sometimes the comments are simply neutral ones, but I still notice.
WACO — Shoemaker senior Shane Johnson scored a team-high 26 points, guiding his team to a second consecutive victory to start the season, 73-57 Friday over Waco University.
(NAPSI)—Staff Sgt. Giovanni Pascascio will always remember July 8, 2007. “You kinda remember the day you got blown up.”
Howdy, Copperas Cove. Several things going on downrange in Coryell County this week.
Nearly 1,300 area sixth-graders descended upon the Killeen Civic and Conference Center on Wednesday for the city’s annual GIS Day, a day the city’s geographical information systems project manager dubbed as Killeen’s “claim to fame.”
More than 500 spectators poured into the W.W. Walton Chapel at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor last weekend to cheer on their favorite young lady as 24 contestants vied for the Miss Mary Hardin-Baylor 2014 crown.
KILLEEN — Veterans Day in a military community is about more than parades and having the day off.
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Thursday’s Metroplex Gold Star Gala was filled with chart toppers.
AUSTIN — Killeen junior Grant McCain and sophomore Kailey Milhorn have been diving for two months, and unlike their teammates on the swim team, they never had a chance to show off that hard work during a competition.
Troy Robinson, second from left, Independent Bankers Association of Texas chairman, gives a gold-level Community Service Award to representatives from the Fort Hood National Bank on Sept. 24. Representatives from the Fort Hood National Bank include Terry Ratcliffe, left, bank vice president, followed by Sabrina Cabrera, assistant vice president, Sherry McJunkin, senior vice president, and Amanda Stephens, vice president of Fort Hood National Bank at Fort Hood.
SAN ANTONIO — Fort Hood National Bank received a statewide Best of Community Banking Awards for its “Beds-4-Kids” initiative.
By the looks of it, “The Counselor,” a rancid, ultimately sodden crime thriller, was made to appeal to several audiences, among them fans of the cinematic stylings of Ridley Scott; acolytes of cult author Cormac McCarthy; and admirers of the Irish actor Michael Fassbender, who between the 2011 drama “Shame” and the opening sequence of this movie, has become Hollywood’s go-to-sex-guy for explicit between-the-sheets adventures.
From left, David English, Janette Baez, and Tim Salazar work at the Central Texas College Enactus booth talking about "Operation Liquid Gold" during the Eco Harvest festival on Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013, at the Copperas Cove Civic Center.
Ten-thousand-pound monster trucks will deliver two electrifying shows at the Killeen Rodeo Arena on Saturday as part of the Monster X Tour.
A gold medal-winning track runner keeps turning heads on the football field.
Who are you really? That’s the question that has the popularity of hobby genealogy spreading across generational lines.
The government shutdown is having far-reaching consequences, but travelers are really feeling the pinch as their plans get ... well, shut down ... due to national park and monument closures.
In today’s society, it seems everyone wants to be a star. But being a Gold Star mother is a designation no mom wants to have.
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.