Marily Considine of Copperas Cove has battled cancer for almost eight years.
In many ways, Kevin Marsh is the face of the Copperas Cove Public Library. He has other talents, though, besides serving as administrator of one of Cove’s greatest treasures.
A military spouse of 15 years, Maria Reed is putting her Army knowledge to good use.
Many people might not connect a library with square dancing.
Being a Junior Historian is an honor.
Theodore found himself a home on Saturday.
A long line of about 40 special education students stood in the hallways of Copperas Cove High School eagerly anticipated the big moment.
Chad and Brandi Clark of Copperas Cove want the best for their children. They wish for them to grow up happy, fulfilled and healthy.
Shelby Blain applied for a transfer to Crossroads High School during fall 2016 after falling behind in her credits and deciding Crossroads High would be a better fit for her. The 18-year-old has since recovered her credits and will graduate in May.
Bill French Jewelers is a gem in itself.
Hanna Flores is not a member of a circus, but she definitely knows how to juggle. On a daily basis, she juggles her school work, her extra-curricular activities, her volunteer work, her family responsibilities and her job.
Lines will be dipped in the City Park pond from 9 to 11 a.m. Feb. 17 when the Parks and Recreation Department offers the annual Fishing in the Park.
Construction on the exterior of the former National Bank of Central Texas building may not be all that evident, but inside, major changes are underway.
Very few people get to do what they love for a living.
Copperas Cove Independent School District Superintendent Joe Burns is one of several area administrators making more than the average salary of Texas superintendents, according to the Texas Education Agency.
Flavors melding, texture developing, mixing, heating, cooling, freezing ... there’s truly an art to homemade ice cream. But for students in Williams/Ledger Elementary School’s resource reading and language arts classroom, they were just trying to make sure they got all of the ingredients in …
Moms, dads, grandmas and grandpas may have younger dates than one might expect this Valentine’s season.
Kindergarten teacher Candace Nattiel, former member of the armed forces, is admired for her continued passion for helping others succeed.
ORLANDO — The rain drizzled down in Camping World Stadium as temperatures dipped into the 40s and 57,726 fans packed the stands.
The clackers inside the metal bells jingled out a familiar sound as the Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty cranked out 10 straight hours of fundraising for the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign in front of the city’s Walmart despite the dreary weather.
Seven mystery ingredients were perfectly aligned on a long, rectangular table. Their smell, physical properties and volume are all different, and telling them apart was difficult. The goal was to determine what the ingredients were before mixing up a batch of ... well, that’s still a mystery.
FORT HOOD — The Fort Hood Area Thrift Shop has given financial boosts to the community service projects of four of the Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty, pushing them closer toward their goals within three months of the end of their yearlong reigns.
The city’s float captured yet again another first-place parade award, this time in the Killeen Christmas parade.
At this time of year, Christmas songs are playing on the radio and everywhere you go.