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It was smooth sailing for most of the 100 or so mini-boats in the Sailing Regatta at the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library on Wednesday. Captains (and first mates) first worked together at several craft stations to build some unique vessels in preparation for a test run on water.

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Tuesday’s project was packaged as a science experiment, designed to show the properties of magnets — easy enough for the kids who showed up for Magnet Levitation at Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library that afternoon.

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What began during the coronavirus pandemic is now helping people during a time of higher grocery prices. Blessings on the Block, a Harker Heights-based outreach ministry, set up a tent in the parking lot of the former YMCA in north Harker Heights on Saturday to serve those in need.

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Watching a local television weather cast earlier this week was a big mistake! There’s only so many ways you can say it was HOT again today and it’ll be hotter tomorrow every weeknight and twice on the weekends.

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Sunday’s jazz gospel brunch gave attendees good feels as ticket holders were drawn into the greenhouse-like environment at Mililani Woods in Harker Heights. A larger-than-anticipated crowd enjoyed the fellowship and music during the two-hour event.

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Picture this. ... You’re at work, typing away at the keys and doing some research. All of a sudden, you feel that familiar tingle in your nose and you brace yourself for the forceful convulsive expulsion of air from your nose.

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To celebrate July as Parks and Recreation Month, the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library has a new storywalk at the Harker Heights Community Park. Families can read or listen to a story while enjoying the great outdoors by visiting the Community Park at 1605 Knight’s Way, Harker Heights.

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Storyteller Bernadette Nason entertained children young and old Tuesday at Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Library with her dramatic demeanor and several real and “imaginary” props.

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For those who have read my column, you can bet that it’s probably going to be about sports or a certain musical artist. Well, this time, I am taking a different direction and will talk about weather. More accurately, I will talk about this blasted heat.