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Job Opening – Account Executive – Temple, TX
Townsquare Media Killeen/Temple is looking for new team members with sales experience to prospect, sell and close direct and advertising agency revenue.
Job Opening – Digital Sales Specialist – Temple, TX
Townsquare Media Temple is hiring Digital Sales Specialists to join our team.
Killeen ISD Investigating Threat of Racial Violence on Social Media
Various sources are reporting that Killeen ISD is working with Killeen Police to investigate a violent threat issued Thursday night on social media.
See How Many People in Central Texas Had Ashley Madison Accounts
How many people (okay, men) in Central Texas had accounts on cheating website Ashley Madison? Find out right here.
B106 Playlist – August 2015 Top Songs
Check out the top 20 songs in B106′s rotation for the month of August.
Help Us Stuff the Bus!
Townsquare Media, the Killeen Mall, and the Temple Mall invite you once again to team up with us to help collect school supplies for local children in need! July 24th and August 17th, bring school supplies to any one of our drop-off locations throughout Central Texas...
Feral Hog Hunt Ends with One Soldier Dead, Another Critically Wounded
Various sources are reporting today that one Fort Hood soldier, Spec. Jason Kane, 24, of Surry, Maine, was killed in a double motor vehicle accident on July 6th that left another soldier, Joshua Moore, 22, critically injured and in care at Scott & White Hospital in Temple.
First-Person Office Run ‘n’ Gun Fun – IT’S NERF TIME
On this Fourth of July, we celebrate America's Independence in one of the best ways we know: running through the halls of our offices with NERF guns and scaring all the salespeople. Lucky for you, we recorded it.
Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area (BLORA) Closed Due to Flooding
Fort Hood officials have announced today that Belton Lake Outdoor Recreation Area (BLORA) will be closed to all guests from now until further notice due to current flood conditions and expected further rising water levels with the coming weather.
This June, the United States Army Celebrates Its 240th Birthday
Did you know that when fighting first began between Massachusetts colonial revolutionaries and British forces in April of 1775, America had no official army? It was not until two months later that the Second Continental Congress authorized the formation of what would become the United States Army. 2…