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Beautiful skies, a great temperature and the smell of German sausage was in the air coming from the Civic Center, and it could mean only one thing.

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The children who attend Fairview/Miss Jewel Elementary School honored veterans Nov. 1 with a parade, a musical performance, and reception to say thank you to veterans.

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Mama Pumpkin and Baby Pumpkin made their way down the aisle as they modeled their coordinating outfits during the YMCA Jack-O-Lantern Jubilee costume contest. With more than two dozen contestants, the work of the royalty serving as judges would be difficult.

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The second Fall Festival hosted by the Immanuel Lutheran Church on Saturday drew members of the community in large numbers to support what they believe to be a worthy cause.

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Williams/Ledger Elementary School teacher Rosa Young’s classroom is filled with joy, enthusiasm and engaged learners. She has a positive rapport with each and every student. Young takes ordinary objects, even discarded resources, and creates innovative and effective learning opportunities fo…

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Since its inception in 1886, the State Fair of Texas has celebrated all things Texan by promoting agriculture, education, and community involvement through quality entertainment in a family-friendly environment.

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Students, staff and families from across the district in the Copperas Cove Independent School District gathered around flag poles at their respective schools to sing hymns and pray for each other, the community and the nation.

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Eleven-year-old Emily Kimball has been called “a picky eater,” on more than one occasion. But, when it came to chowing down on a plate full of kolaches during the 42nd annual West Fest in West, the petite 4-foot-tall sixth-grader proved to be a force to be reckoned with for the second consec…

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Gwendolyn Gray is usually the first one to arrive and the last to leave the Crossroads High School campus. Her work continues long after she goes home.

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Army Junior Reserved Officer Training Corps is the place where cadets with tremendous goals can be influenced on where to start their adult lives. That is the belief of Cadet Col. Joel Nace, the battalion commander of the Junior ROTC unit at Copperas Cove High School.

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Seventy to 80 percent of people with poor reading skills are likely dyslexic. Dyslexia is the most common of the language based learning disabilities with one in five students, or 15-20 percent of the population affected.

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The Copperas Cove Independent School District held its second annual Ranger Reading Camp, sponsored by the district’s Department of Defense Education Agency grant, “Project READS,” which awarded $5 million to the district in 2016 to use over the next five years.

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The three-day, fourth annual Stuff the Bus event ended Aug. 12 with the Copperas Cove Masonic Order presenting a check for school supplies to one of the schools in the Copperas Cove Independent School District.

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