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BERLIN (AP) — Historians have presented a collection of photos kept by the deputy commander of the Nazis' Sobibor death camp that they say appears to include images of John Demjanjuk, the retired Ohio auto worker who was tried in Germany for his alleged time as a Sobibor guard. Read more

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Every other week, Copperas Cove residents set their green bins with cardboard, paper, plastic and aluminum cans by the curbs. Recycle trucks roll through the neighborhoods, collecting the materials.

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In order to help Killeen residents who may need a passport but can't necessarily make the trip to the post office during normal business hours, the main office in Killeen, 300 N. 10th St, will be holding a passport fair from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday.

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Almost a dozen women veterans — mostly those who served in the Army — sat around a table at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic in south Killeen Saturday to share stories about their difficulties with transitioning from the military.

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Contamination has been a continuous problem at Fort Hood Recycle. Plagued with non-recyclable materials like food waste, diapers and sharps, the recycle program is having to deal with dead animal remains on a weekly basis.

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It was a cold, frigid day in December 1944 in Belgium. The members of the 3rd Battalion, 110th Infantry Regiment, 28th Infantry Division were supposed to be enjoying a short break after months of constant combat against the German Nazis after liberating France.

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While two Texas Republican Senators are awaiting answers from the U.S. secretary of Defense in regards to the status of military housing, Fort Hood officials say they are working productively to “provide our families who choose to live on post with safe, healthy and quality housing.”

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With an estimated 800 million packages to deliver this holiday season through the remainder of the year, the United States Postal Service released preferred shipping deadlines to get packages delivered by Christmas Day both domestically and to deployed loved ones who may be serving overseas.

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U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Frank Tate is the guest speaker at a Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce Military Relations Council luncheon Dec. 18 at Central Texas College’s Anderson Hall. Tate is to highlight First Army Division West’s ongoing mission to train, mobilize, and demobilize Army Reserve a…

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The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 29 in Harker Heights will host an event Saturday to honor Vietnam veterans and commemorate the 78th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.