From Camp Hood to Fort Hood: Killeen’s Rich Military History

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The landscape of Killeen was forever changed in 1942, when the U.S. War Department announced the opening of Camp Hood. An initial 108,000 acres of agricultural land was dedicated to training and testing the newly developed tank destroyers for combat…

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Social Media: To Friend or Not to Friend?

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Hiring the right employee for a job can be stressful. Employers may have no idea who they are hiring and must rely on the application and interview process to choose the right candidate. Unfortunately, these concerns don’t go away once…

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How to Monitor Your Property Tax Rate

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If the appraisal value on your non-exempt residential and commercial property has increased and you want to protest the increase, or if you have not seen your tax statement, below is a process for you to follow.

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Legislative Day

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, a hands-on experience is immeasurable. A key element in efforts to acquaint legislators with our priorities is Legislative Day. We started this event during the 80th Regular Session of the Texas Legislature…

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Leadercast 2017

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Leadercast 2017 hosted by Grace Christian Center was a tremendous success! Read more to learn about all of the exciting events that took place!

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Annual Membership Banquet Award Nominations

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The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce is asking for your help in selecting the recipients of four major annual awards to be presented at our annual banquet: the Roy J. Smith Award, Large Business of the Year, Small Business of…

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