Hi there readers,

I just wanted to inform you all about a change we, the KDH, have made during the last two weeks because of new policies by other organizations.

You may have noticed that our Friday police arrest complaint articles are now gone. This has happened as a result of the Copperas Cove Police Department and the Coryell County Justices of the Peace making documents more readily available.

While you will not be getting the stories in the format or on that reoccurring Friday basis, you now will be getting breakout stories more often and faster.

The Justices’ offices will be releasing us documents on a daily basis now, which means if there is significant news event about Copperas Cove arrest, you will know about them much faster.

Small incidents which may not be deserving of a full article will now appear with the Bell County area Justices of the Peace arraignments or the police blotter articles that appear in the Killeen Daily Herald Tuesday through Saturday.

The Copperas Cove arrest and arraignments will follow the same format as the text that already appears in the blotter, but you can distinguish them knowing who your local justices are — Bill Price and John Guinn.

As always,

Thanks for reading.

Contact Mason W. Canales at mcanales@kdhnews.com or (254) 501-7474

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