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BELTON — Joshua Bledsoe has always had a budding interest in bionanotechnology in some fashion since he started high school almost four years ago.

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Central Texas College will host a military history presentation in the campus library at noon Feb. 25. Featured speaker is Steve Draper, director/curator of Fort Hood’s 1st Cavalry Division Museum. Also scheduled are Texas A&M University-Central Texas faculty members Timothy Hemmis, assi…

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Around 2,000 middle school students with the Killeen Independent School District could be attending a different school in the 2020/2021 school year. The district’s board of trustees approved, with a 6-0 vote, the proposed middle school rezoning for the new school year at Tuesday’s regular meeting.

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The Killeen Independent School District board of trustees will be revisiting the proposed middle school rezoning for the 2020/2021 school year when it meets for a regular meeting on Tuesday. The board could take action Tuesday to approve the rezoning plan.

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Central Texas College is accepting applications this month for scholarships for 2020/2021 academic year. The applications are available until Feb. 28.

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HARKER HEIGHTS — On the occasion of the ceremonial unveiling of a new bus, Harker Heights-based Tap Tap Art School invited the community to a fun filled morning on campus.

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The Central Texas College Hospitality department will host the first Patio Café Cuisine Nights dinner of the spring semester Friday night. The featured menu is a Korean-Mexican fusion cuisine. Dinner will be served from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the culinary arts area of the CTC Student Center (Buil…

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The Killeen Independent School District has hired one new employee and promoted a current employee for two different administrative positions, according to a news release sent out by the district.

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Central Texas College is hosting a Black History Month presentation, “African-Americans and the Vote,” from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday in the campus library, according to a news release from Bruce Vasbinder, the spokesman for the college.

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The Killeen Independent School District is still experiencing bus driver vacancies, and some drivers are covering double routes, according to Taina Maya, the district’s spokeswoman.

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Nine Killeen Gateway students, five middle school and four high school students, were involved in an altercation at a bus stop at the intersection of Littlerock Drive and Ledgestone Drive Tuesday morning, according to a statement from the Killeen Independent School District.

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Central Texas College is in need of local automotive repair industry leaders to participate in the next meeting of CTC’s new ASE Accreditation Advisory Committee. The purpose of the committee is to provide feedback so CTC can provide the best education and hands-on training to its students a…

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The Central Texas College Nursing and Allied Health department recently announced the winner of the annual DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty. Lamen Ramirez, professor – Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN) program, received the award which is presented to nursing instructors whose e…

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A new school bond was first mentioned by Killeen Independent School District Superintendent John Craft on Oct. 8, 2019, at a regular meeting of the board of trustees. Now, less than four months later, the school board has approved a $265 million bond proposal to be placed on the May 2 electi…

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The Central Texas College Foundation recognized six graduates during a recent Alumni of Distinction reception. Honored were Anthony Suarez-Barrio Sr., registered nurse Susan Fergus, retired Command Sgt. Maj. Antonio Leija, Mark Sheppard and Judge Barbara “Bobbie” Weaver. Posthumously honored…

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Over sandwiches and iced tea, U.S. Congressman John Carter joined seven Killeen ISD Career Center students, along with school district and campus leaders for a firsthand look at career-focused education.

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The new Nolan Middle School off Warriors Path in Harker Heights and the East Ward/West Ward consolidation project on the site of East Ward Elementary School on Rancier Avenue in Killeen are both being constructed and progress is continuing at both sites.

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The $265 million bond proposal moved another step forward — it was approved for the ballot at Tuesday’s meeting of the Killeen Independent School District board of trustees.

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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…