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A threat that the Belton Independent School District received through its anonymous tip system Thursday was not credible, interim Superintendent Robin Battershell said Friday.

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Epically Geeky Expo, formerly GeekFest, will celebrate all things geeky May 16-17 at the Central Texas College campus in Killeen. Wristbands for the two-day festival of all things science fiction, gaming, anime, technology and fantasy are on sale now with an early bird special. Wristbands ar…

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Tonight, the Killeen Independent School District invites all of its middle school and high school students and their parents to the Killeen Civic and Conference Center for an Academic Planning Fair.

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Killeen Independent School District saw its accountability rating rise from a C in 2017/2018 to a B on the latest 2018/2019 Texas Academic Performance Report, however, KISD’s Special Education Determination remained the same at “Needs Assistance”, according to the annual Texas Education Agen…

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The Central Texas College Continuing Education department will offer a new course on improving business processes through business continuity management, or BCM, methodology. Overview of Business Continuity classes will be held each Friday, Jan. 24 through Feb. 21, from 6 to 8 p.m. The class…

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Two years after approving $426 million in school bonds, the Killeen Independent School District board of trustees will consider approving a $265 million bond for more schools and upgraded athletic stadiums. If the board approves the bond, it is expected to go on the May 2 ballot, where voter…

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Central Texas College CTC held its annual service awards ceremony recently to recognize those employees who reached their service anniversary date in 2019 with at least 10 years of service. Nearly 70 employees with a combined 1,175 years of service received commemorative service pins and gifts.

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The Mayborn Science Theater at Central Texas College is opening the new year with a new schedule of Saturday shows and weekday matinees. Other highlights during the month are Laser Friday, Warren’s Star Tour, Classic Movie Nite and a holiday double feature.

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A Killeen Independent School District bus was in an accident with another vehicle Thursday at the intersection of Fort Hood Street and West Avenue C in Killeen, according to Taina Maya, the district’s spokeswoman.

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The Central Texas College Career Center announced online registration for its upcoming annual career fair is now open. This year’s event will be held Wednesday, April 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the Anderson Campus Center (Building 156).

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Herald reporters and editors have been discussing some of the most impactful news stories of 2019. We’re sharing our ideas. Feel free to share yours in comments online and in the comments section below this article on Facebook.

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For the Killeen school district, 2019 started with a contract extension for the district’s superintendent, John Craft, and ended with Craft preparing to present a bond recommendation that would ask the district’s taxpayers to fund $265 million in construction projects.

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It’s a sprint to the finish for Killeen Independent School District seniors, many of whom will be heading to college after one more semester of high school. But in actuality, college preparations often begin in their junior year with college entrance exams, and should be on students’ minds e…

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Upgrades to the Killeen Independent School District’s athletic stadiums at Ellison, Shoemaker and Harker Heights high schools were included in a bond recommendation that will go forward to the board of trustees in January.

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With the holiday break approaching, local school districts will release early this week. All public schools in the area will release either today, Thursday or Friday.

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BELTON — Even though their graduation day landed on Friday the 13th, there was nothing unlucky about the 297 students who walked the stage as graduates of Texas A&M University-Central Texas.