It was 1965 and the war in Vietnam was beginning to really heat up, coinciding with a ramped-up anti-war movement back home in the States.
Together 14 years, and married for 11 of those, John and Dolores Marshall of Killeen feel very strongly about adoption.
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FLORENCE — The city of Florence saw its first Christmas parade sweep down College Avenue and through East Main Street on Saturday morning.
The holiday events continue this weekend as Christmas and other winter holidays are fast approaching, and the number of shopping days remaining dwindles. Plenty of winter events, concerts, performances, and more are going on in the Killeen area. Use this listing as a go-to guide to plan out …
The Killeen Police Department is getting into the holiday spirit with a new contest this year.
The second annual Military Moms and BRATZ Ball was Saturday night at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center on South W.S. Young Drive.
Nearly 700 motorcycles roared down U.S. Highway 190/Interstate 14 to Lampasas on Sunday afternoon as part of the 26th annual Tri-County Toy Run.
Three middle school and one high school orchestra with more than 500 student musicians spread across the floor of the Bell County Expo Center in Belton will make for a stirring Holiday String Extravaganza.
COPPERAS COVE — Lewis Torgeson, who stood with crooked and folded arms among hundreds of Copperas Cove residents Saturday, looked like a mean one in his Grinch costume as the city’s annual Christmas parade rolled through downtown.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The weather on Saturday was a balmy 70 degrees but that didn’t dampen the wintry Christmas spirit of folks at Operation Phantom Support’s Touch of Christmas Bazaar in Harker Heights. Santa read books to children while grown-ups shopped or watched football in the Moose Lodge.
December begins this weekend, and as local residents say “goodbye” to fall and break out the winter holiday decorations, there are also plenty of events happening to put them in the holiday spirit. Everything from winter stage productions, Christmas fairs and markets, and holiday light displ…