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Published by: Jennifer Hetzel | Published on: 22 Feb, 2018

What makes TOK different? It’s our people. We aren’t a ‘transactional’ dealership. Our customer relationships are solid - based on the tenets of honesty, trust and transparency.

Published by: Meredith Viguers | Published on: 19 Feb, 2018

It means so many different things to different families from just trying to simplify your life to trying to keep your macros in line...meal prep has become a necessity to avoid the fast food rat race. Here are a few tips to keep it simple...

Published by: Jennifer Hetzel | Published on: 15 Feb, 2018

Installation leaders, Army officials and project partners marked the occasion during a ribbon-cutting ceremony held June 2017 at the Phantom Solar field on West Fort Hood. The hybrid project, which generates electricity from a 15-megawatt solar...

Published by: Caitrin Underwood | Published on: 15 Feb, 2018

After experiencing a growth of 14,000 students in 16 years, the Killeen Independent School District (KISD) has received unanimous school board support to add a $426 million bond election to a May 5th ballot.

Published by: Jennifer Hetzel | Published on: 08 Feb, 2018

In a way, we’ve always had third places. Third places are simply places where we spend time when we are not at home and not working. Today, however, third places take on a much larger role in our lives and, subsequently, in defining our places...

Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 07 Feb, 2018

Our speakers this year range from leadership authors to fighter pilots to astronauts. Known for their work in coaching fellow leaders or leading large organizations, these eight speakers will bring a wealth of knowledge to the Leadercast Live stage.

Published by: Rebekah Moon | Published on: 01 Feb, 2018

Having an online presence is a must for any business in today’s fast- paced, information-now world. At the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce, we recognize the need to stay at the forefront of this technology lifeline with a desire to focus not...

Published by: Summer Gill | Published on: 25 Jan, 2018

During the 85th legislative session in Texas, proposed general revenue funding for public higher education followed an uncertain pathway before final approval of the state’s budget, beginning with a Senate proposal to eliminate all funding that was..

Published by: Bruce Vasbinder | Published on: 16 Jan, 2018

A common New Year’s resolution is to live a “healthier” lifestyle, which can mean starting an exercise routine, eating better, or both. Whether this is to counteract the indulgences of the holidays or for long-term health benefits...

Published by: Jennifer Hetzel | Published on: 12 Jan, 2018

The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce and 14 Forward Volunteers Leaders announced today that they surpassed the $1.5 million mark in the capital campaign to fund the implementation of the 14 Forward 2018-2022 Economic Development Initiative thanks