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Robots ruled the Killeen Toss Up VEX Robotics Competition on Saturday at Shoemaker High School.
Texas remains a national leader in job creation, adding 43,800 new jobs in two months according to data released by the Texas Workforce Commission last week. The unemployment rate in October fell to 6.2 percent, declining for the third consecutive month and well below the national rate of 7.3 percent.
Workforce Solutions of Central Texas paired with Fort Hood to bring veterans and their spouses the second annual Hiring Red, White and You job fair at the Fort Hood Community Event Center on Thursday.
With the trucking industry booming, Action Career Training opened a new location in Killeen to expand truck-driving courses to area residents, especially those leaving the Army.
BELTON — The Bell County Commissioners Court took the first steps toward hiring a veterans service officer at its weekly workshop meeting.
FORT HOOD — Workforce Solutions of Central Texas will be on post Thursday to connect veterans and their spouses with more than 50 employers.
Leadership Killeen meeting Wednesday
The classrooms and robotics lab that make up the STEM Academy facilities at Shoemaker High School are taking on the look of a mailroom these days.
More than 110 government employees visited Central Texas Workforce Centers since receiving furlough notices Tuesday.
The Killeen-area unemployment rate continues to tick downward with a 0.4 percent drop in the number of jobless residents, the Texas Workforce Commission announced Friday.
More than $4.1 million is on its way to Texas for re-employment assistance for workers affected by layoffs at Fort Hood and a Texarkana Army depot.
GATESVILLE — The preservation of religious freedoms, the economy, the Second Amendment, America’s energy policy, health care, education, border security and abortion were all discussed Saturday as the Coryell County Republican Party hosted its seventh annual fish fry fundraiser at the Gatesville Civic Center.
Texas high school students looking to get a head start on their careers via vocational and technical education classes will have more options in future school years, thanks to recently passed legislation.
Gubernatorial candidate Tom Pauken is making his way through Central Texas this week as he continues his campaign to replace Rick Perry as the state’s next top executive in 2014.
More than 350 people are losing their jobs as the Defense Department continues to cut back.
Tom Pauken, a Republican running for Texas governor in 2014, was in Killeen today.
Some Texas high school students who failed state standardized exams this spring were given a reprieve under the comprehensive education bill that Gov. Rick Perry signed in early June.
AUSTIN — Despite its booming economy and ballooning population, Texas remains one of the 10 worst states in America to be a kid, according to a report released Monday.
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AUSTIN — Texas cities have a new resource to help attract business and development opportunities.
A Central Texas College official was invited to the White House this week to participate in a forum on veterans education issues.
The Texas economy continued to add jobs in February, according to numbers released by the Texas Workforce Commission on Friday.
Cove Lions Club hosts golf tournament March 23
When Emily Cumming toured the Texas Capitol building a few years ago, she was excited about the prospect of a career that would allow her to make a difference on a large scale.
LAMPASAS — Children complaining of boredom and adults complaining about their jobs might find relief at the Lampasas County Higher Education Center in January.
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.