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The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor held a commencement ceremony for its 165th graduating class on Saturday in Crusader Stadium, as 490 students received degrees, including 415 baccalaureate degrees, 57 master’s degrees and 18 doctoral degrees.

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If the Copperas Cove Independent School District board of trustees concurs with a request by Superintendent Joe Burns, face coverings will no longer be required in campus buildings, effective July 1.

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A former Killeen ISD school board candidate is shining a light on the school district’s finances — finding the district, on average, has had a decade-long pattern of banking $10 million to $20 million annually in the district’s strategic facilities fund.

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It’s been a long seven years for a Killeen man who is facing the death penalty, as three trial dates have come and gone and the coronavirus continues to create uncertainty in the courts. Garett Galloway, the younger brother of Marvin Louis Guy, is calling for a resolution of the case.

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Chris Boldt, a local poet and Texas resident for the past 40 years, will present her latest book of poems “For Every Tatter” at the next Books for Lunch gathering Wednesday.

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National Train Day on Saturday at the Temple Railroad and Heritage Museum went well, with more than 200 tickets sold, said Mike Hicks, museum director.

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A Coryell County grand jury indicted a Copperas Cove man on two counts of possession with intent to promote child pornography after an investigation last year by the Office of the Attorney General of Texas.

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HARKER HEIGHTS — It was an historic day at Harker Heights City Hall as the Farmers Market moved to its new home in the parking lot between the Municipal Building and the Recreation Center located at 305 Miller’s Crossing.

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One of the companies hoping to capitalize on the sport’s growth and popularity is Recess Pickleball, a new Austin-based company with a Temple tie.

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Central Texas College art student Kiki Kelley was recently named the winner of the 2021 National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Student Graphic Design Contest. As the winning student artist, Kelley receives $1,000 and five poster-size copies of her design. Additio…

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More people in the state of Texas might soon be eligible for the Pfizer vaccine as state officials prepare for a new possible emergency use authorization.

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After about 15 years helping to distribute food, water and services to the community, Churches Touching Lives for Christ Executive Director Chris Ballard is stepping down from her post.