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We military spouses say “Home is where the Army sends us.” As I made my 15th military move from Germany to Fort Hood in August, I was excited to be moving to Texas.
Taylor Presley, 24, lives in Harker Heights and works for Aegis in Killeen.
GATESVILLE — In 1949, two doctors, a dentist and a self-made engineer with a ninth-grade education cobbled together a shop for making plastic human skeletons for the medical profession.
Charles “C.J.” Berry Jr., 27, a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, has lived in Copperas Cove for three years.
Jessica McDavid, a fifth-grader from Duncan Elementary School, pulls up a board to see if that option holds the answer to reach the wizard at the Recycle of Oz station at Fort Hood.
I just returned from a six-day vacation and I feel relaxed, refreshed, rejuvenated and any other “re” word you can think of. Mostly importantly, I feel reconnected to my husband.
“Oz the Great and Powerful” would probably knock ‘em dead as the basis for an attraction at Disneyworld. Director Sam Raimi’s reinterpretation of “The Wizard of Oz” universe is loud, eye-poppingly colorful, and thanks to 3-D, there’s enough stuff hurtling at the audience to make you feel like you’ve stepped into a meteor shower.
It’s only because of special effects.
Sure, it’s Oscar season. But the Oscars are the ghosts of Movies Past — last year’s movies, yesterday’s news.
In “The Wizard of Oz,” the Munchkins loved Dorothy because her house crushed the Wicked Witch. They were so happy they sang a song of celebration (you might be singing it to yourself right now, “Ding-dong the witch is dead!”).
CAMP EGGERS, Afghanistan — Members of the headquarters element of Deputy Commander of Support Operations, under NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan, many of whom are deployed from Fort Hood, held a film festival to boost morale Sept. 2.
By Audrey Spencer
By Rebecca Rose
By Staff Sgt. Mark Albright
U.S. Army - Soldiers of the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment welcome troops to the Contingency Operating Site Kalsu, Iraq, Dining Facility on Thanksgiving Day. The soldiers dressed as characters from the “Wizard of Oz,” which was the celebration’s theme. -
By Sonya Campbell
By Sonya Campbell
By Spc. Britney Bodner
By Alicia Lacy
By Jason Chlapek
By Iuliana Petre
By Don Bolding
By Sheena Williams
By Olga Pena
By Jon Schroeder
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.