Every Tuesday through Friday, hundreds of families visit the Killeen Food Care Center in search of food much like customers do at H-E-B and Wal-Mart.The local food bank is now under the leadership of Executive Director Raymond Cockrell, who took over earlier this summer.The center is at 210 N. 16th St., and regularly gives financially stricken families free food. Cockrell, 58, was born and raised in Killeen and said once he turned 50, he developed a passion for service of others.
When Dominique Simmons, 29, left Stephen F. Austin University after spending just two years there, no one would have thought he would later pursue a career in women’s fashion.But that’s exactly what the Harker Heights resident did in 2016 when he created a fashion line called “GwenIVX.”While earning a degree from Texas Women’s University in fashion and design, Simmons was able to intern at a fashion institute in Italy during fall 2016.
At least one food delivery app has been taking lunch orders to high school students in Killeen and Copperas Cove since January, and while it has brought a safer option for students to get food off campus without having to walk or drive themselves, school officials may not be happy about it.According to a district policy that went into effect this school year, the Killeen Independent School District no longer allows ninth-grade students to leave campus during lunch, and food delivery...
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