Summit Hosts Marrow Donor Drive
Summit Recreation Center is partnering with the Scott and White Marrow Donor Program to host a donor registration drive. Adults ages 18 to 44 are encouraged to come in on Monday, August 18, between 8 a.m. and 12 p.m., or between 5:30 and 8:30 p.m., or on Tuesday, August 19, between 10 a.m. and 1:30 …
Lego Bricks Taken to a Giant New Level
At 21 years old, I am still a proud fan of building with Lego products, putting me into a group fondly known as AFOL- Adult Fans of Lego. While many AFOL are able to put together some impressive creations- from more advanced kits to giant freeform sculptures- none of them quite compare to Smart Bric…
Meals for One – Mama’s Best Broiled Tomato Sandwich
Before I get into reviewing this recipe, I would like to clarify a few things about who I am. I am a college student, home for the summer, with basically zero background in cooking. My goal is to find recipes that I can make for myself as preparation for ultimately moving out on my own and facing th…
Dog Park Opens in Temple
The Central Texas Bark Park held its grand opening in Temple last week, giving owners a place to play with their pets.
Fire Damages Local Business
A computer store in Killeen has been heavily damaged after a fire early Monday morning.
Killeen to Hold Surplus Auction
Killeen will hold a surplus auction on Saturday, giving residents the opportunity to bid on city vehicles, trailers, computers, office furniture, construction materials, and scrap metal.
Killeen To Hold Back-to-School Event
A back-to-school event will be hosted by Red and Silver Central Texas Expos at B&K Pawn in Killeen between noon and 6 p.m. Saturday.
Killeen Man Brings Gun to Club
Julian Bernard Culbreath Jr. has been arrested after allegedly bringing a loaded firearm into a club on Elms Street in Killeen around 1 a.m. on July 26.
Cove ISD Proposed to Keep Tax Rate
The Copperas Cove Independent School District has proposed an $82 million budget for the 2014 fiscal year which keeps the property tax rate the same as the previous year.
Coryell County Reduces 2014 Spending Requests
More than $170,000 in general fund spending was cut from the 2014 draft budget by the Coryell County Commissioners' Court on Monday. Commissioners will meet again to continue the effort to cut $200,000 from the budget in order to avoid a tax increase and ensure a 25 percent budget reserve.