Memorial Day always brings up one unanswerable question: “How do you say thank you?”
Temple High Schools seniors Andrew Posey and Nadia Carlos earned the rankings as valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively.
When Gilbert “Bud” Johnson first joined the Air Force in 1955, he already knew he wanted to stay in the service for the long haul — and that is what he did.
A Coryell grand jury indicted two men on separate armed kidnapping charges in Gatesville, according to the county’s May indictment list.
Reshard Hicks played football and ran track in college, earned a master’s degree in exercise science, served in Iraq with the U.S. Army, survived cancer, and went on to win state and regional Golden Gloves titles in boxing.
With the cancellation of face-to-face College for Kids classes, the Central Texas College Continuing Education department is offering online classes for youngsters ages 8 to 14 throughout the summer. In partnership with Black Rocket, a national leader in technology education for youth, CTC i…
With the state of Texas slowing opening back up, many Killeen residents are starting to leave their houses at the end of long shelter-in-place orders.
Rain and thunderstorms are expected multiple times throughout the coming week, according to the forecast from the National Weather Service station in Dallas/Fort Worth. There are higher chances earlier in the week, with chances decreasing as the week goes on.
The Killeen City Council will discuss and vote on accepting three airport improvement program grants totaling $650,000 on Tuesday. This is an addition to the more than $717,000 in aviation coronavirus relief aid funds the council accepted on May 12.
Many local governments are awaiting sales tax reports in June that will show how much revenue was lost in April, the first full month of the pandemic closures.
The Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport, like others throughout the world, is taking a hit as a result of fewer passengers and adjusted flight schedules.
The city of Belton’s charter might see some tweaks later this year.
For years, Joe D. Hernandez contemplated having his life story told to the world. Known around the world as Little Joe, the Temple native and Gram-my Award-winning Latino singer received offers dating back to the 1980s to have his biography written.
Sydney Leigh Hunt and Euni Wu never were motivated by prospects of obtaining valedictorian and salutatorian status, or the recognition and attention those distinctions elicit. They viewed their high school education as an essential and valuable foundational tool that would serve them well as they made their way into college and beyond.
This week would have been the last time Cheryl Kibbe, the Lake Belton Middle School choir director, and Lindsey Allison, a first-grade teacher at Lakewood Elementary, said their final goodbyes to their students. Both teachers are retiring.
After a slow start Saturday morning, the number of cars driving through picked up for the Central Texas Food Bank distribution at Temple College.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Bell County continued to climb Saturday, according to the database of the state health department tracking the virus.
Some of the highlights from the past week include the continued loosening of restrictions as Texas slowly reopens, and modified graduations began in the local area.
Killeen may reach its average May rainfall in the next four days alone, according to the National Weather Service on Saturday.
NOLANVILLE — Erin James has been cautious about venturing out of the house too much during the COVID-19 pandemic, but last week she finally decided enough is enough.
The Buie family in Killeen held up a white backdrop featuring their daughter Jordan Buie, regally glancing over her shoulder in an elegant prom dress.
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gas in the Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood area was $1.62 on Saturday. That’s 10 cents more than last week, and 88 cents less than this time last year, according to AAA.
Today might be a wet one, according to the National Weather Service.
Texas Department of Public Safety driver’s license offices in Central Texas will reopen on a limited, phased basis effective Friday at the direction of Gov. Greg Abbott, a news release said. However, the offices can begin scheduling appointments Tuesday.
Eliezer Santos, a Copperas Cove soccer player, looked to the sky when deciding where to attend college.
In the heat and under sunny skies in Killeen Friday, chanting rang out near one of the entrances to Fort Hood.
Temple Fire & Rescue were responding Friday night to an incident in which a small plane landed on Prairie View Road in West Temple after clipping a power line, an agency spokesman said.
A Fort Polk soldier pleaded guilty this week to sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl at a Killeen hotel in 2018, while another man filmed the assault.
Thousands of students in the Belton and Temple school districts have been at home learning.
University Interscholastic League on Friday issued a letter to district superintendents, detailing the requirements and guidelines they must follow when marching band practice, and summer sports strength and conditioning begin June 8.
It wasn’t your typical high school graduation, but these are not typical times. Instead of walking the stage in front of smiling family and friends, the Gatesville High School Class of 2020 watched themselves accepting their diplomas in a pre-recorded production that was shown at the city’s …
Organizing a graduation ceremony is a hefty task in the best of years; but this year, coronavirus restrictions forced school districts like the Lampasas Independent School District to think outside the box to find the best way to celebrate their seniors.