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CTC board renews contract for Chancellor Yeonopolus

CTC Board of Trustees members unanimously approved a three-year contract renewal for Jim Yeonopolus as the school’s chancellor.

Central Texas Food Bank makes huge changes to meet COVID-19 demand

Our staff has been working diligently to meet the increased demand caused by COVID-19.

Veterans and active duty military members can count on Social Security

Every year on Veterans Day, we honor the people who risk their lives to protect our country

Kevin Roberts: President/CEO at AdventHealth shares his perspective on COVID-19

In my 40 years as a registered nurse, nothing compares to what has transpired in 2020 with the coronavirus pandemic.

Viva Les Arts Theatre is Here to Stay

Introducing the new Executive Director, Jami Salter!

Wayne-Kent A. Bradshaw: the man behind expanding black bank opportunities

Wayne Bradshaw is one of the faces of the first Black-led financial institution with $1.1 billion in assets

A&M-Central Texas appoints new chief diversity officer

A&M-Central Texas announced the appointment of Dr. Sanfrená Britt, Killeen resident, as the University’s Chief Diversity Officer

A&M-Central Texas names new dean for College of Business Administration

A&M-Central Texas announced the appointment of Dr. Faiza Khoja as the University's Dean of the College of Business Administration effective July 15, 2020.

Two CTC industrial tech programs receive honors

The Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) was named one of the most affordable programs and the Diesel program was cited as one of the top programs in the country.

The venue and format changed, but the stars shined bright as ever

For many of the top-10 graduates, the annual Starmakers event provides opportunity to praise teachers who served as valuable mentors and encouragers.

CTC outlines return to campus for fall semester

‍Central Texas College (CTC) is following a phased return-to-campus plan for students and employees which began June 29 and continues into the fall 2020 semester

Things are looking up in downtown Killeen

Historic Downtown Killeen, where the city’s story began more than 125 years ago, is undergoing a transformation. It may not be apparent to the casual observer, but if you live or work in the vicinity you may have noticed incremental changes over the years.

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