KILLEEN — Dark green wreaths with bright red bows had rested in front of the headstones at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery from Nov. 28 until Saturday.
Serving traditional good- luck food on New Year’s Day is so important to start things off right. For me and my family, this has meant a blending of traditions.
Celebration of birthdays, weather and books is this week’s focus with the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library’s theme last week was the months of the year, and, as always, the Thursday night virtual Family Night program extended that theme with a program that taught children about the concepts of time titled “Today, Yesterday, and Tomorrow.”
This week’s virtual Science Time program with the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library did something a little different. Instead of following the library’s weekly theme (months of the year), it veered in a different direction and brought an eye-popping experiment to its viewers.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library can help your student achieve academic goals with a range of valuable services including wi-fi access all open hours, public computer access by appointment, and contactless drive-through pick-up service.
Volunteers are needed for the annual Wreath Retrieval at the Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery, 11463 State Highway 195, in Killeen.
Harker Heights Chamber of Commerce provides Vision XXI, an interactive experience where leaders and emerging leaders will have the opportunity to enhance their personal and professional skills, gain a deeper understanding of community dynamics, and build a network of colleagues and associate…
I drew the short stick to write the Jan. 1, 2021, column for Community Voices. It’s an honor but also carries with it a certain amount of responsibility.
From holiday printables to book suggestions to holiday storytimes, the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library provided a lot of great content to patrons and the community over the holidays. But library director Lisa Youngblood brought the perfect Christmas edition of Family Night on …
Even as the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library held its usual weekly programming, its staff also brought some special Christmas-themed virtual programs to viewers on Christmas Eve. In one of these, library clerk Heather Heilman showed brought a little holiday food-fun in a few ea…
It is a new year and there are lots of neat things to learn about.
The Killeen ISD Education Foundation continued its annual tradition making the holidays even sweeter with surprise classroom grants to teachers.
While December may not have held a workshop for adults, the Military Child Education Coalition and the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library still brought a holiday version of their popular virtual early literacy workshop.
Ayanna Johnson, 48, lives in Harker Heights, owns Platinum Touch hair salon in Harker Heights.
For over 12 years I worked as a secretary at a local church. This church had a large office space and a big wall that was blank.
Celebrate New Year’s Day with the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library.
Many families in Harker Heights will have something to open Christmas morning, after two different groups in the city came together to provide toys for them.
While the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library provides regular programming for children and adults alike, it also, on occasion, offers special programs. Last weekend was one such occasion, posting a special online performance of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” a one-man show…
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library held an entire day full of crafting videos just a couple of weeks ago, and while many of them were intended for children, a couple were targeted toward adults. One of the crafts for adults was on making Christmas trees from tomato cages, and…
NOLANVILLE — Only at the Christmas Market held on Saturday outside Nolanville and sponsored by Grizzly’s Hidden Falls Nursery and Farr’s Landscape Supply, would there be married vendors who sold beauty products under the name of Pure Romance while managing from 11-15 bee hives full time and …
Anyone who knows me can tell you that I absolutely loathe shopping, the only exception being when I’m shopping for other people, and I make it my mission to find one-of-a-kind gifts that the recipients would never think to buy for themselves.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library celebrates the holidays this week with virtual children’s programs at www.facebook.com/harkerheightspubliclibrary.
Christmas is here! Every year it gets harder to find a special gift — something that really stands out. This year I was determined to find the most unique gifts. With the help of some Facebook friends, we have rounded up some truly unique gifts.
A holiday fundraiser that began in October among the agents and staff of ERA Colonial Real Estate in Harker Heights has netted $3,350 in cash and toys worth $500 for the Santa Pal program this year.
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library has been putting out several videos for the community about various holiday arts and crafts, and Tuesday evening brought one more, this time on the basics of giftwrapping.
The Get Crafty program at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is held on the second Tuesday of each month, and always features a seasonal project. This month, reference librarian Christina Link taught viewers of the virtual program how to make holiday wreaths from just a few m…
The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library helps celebrate the season with holiday-themed programs, activities, and a Christmas tree decorated and on display in the lobby giving cheer to patrons and passersby.
This week the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library offers seasonal-themed programs and features online resources for students of all ages.
If the Christmas season ushers in a cloud of doldrums over you, my suggestion is, clear up the skies and become a Santa Claus.
Joshua Seek and his brother, Treston, played basketball on a sunny Thanksgiving Day at Kern Park in Harker Heights.
It took some hard contemplating for me to finally decide I would attend a quilt retreat. I would be attending with ladies I did not know at all, and I try to stay away from large groups.
It was Children’s Book Week last week at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library, which brought with it several programs that included special storytimes, an opportunity to vote for one’s favorite book, and even a Round Robin write-your-own-story. In addition to all of that, Thurs…
The kindergarten teacher is only partially kidding when she compares the active buzz of her classroom with the feel of NASA engineers planning a mission.