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Veterans of Bravo Co. 1st Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment came from across the country Saturday 50 years after they served in the Vietnam War inside the Shiloh Inn of Killeen. The more than 50 were deployed together in Vietnam in 1969 as an air mobile infantry unit, where they flew into comb…

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Veterans of Bravo Co. 1st Battalion, 8th Cavalry Regiment came from across the country Saturday 50 years after they served in the Vietnam War inside the Shiloh Inn of Killeen. The more than 50 were deployed together in Vietnam in 1969 as an air mobile infantry unit, where they flew into comb…

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Darnell Adams walks along with his hands in his pockets, is quiet but friendly and displays the use of unusually good manners for a boy who is only 8 years old. But, there is a rowdier side to the second grader who loves sports including football and basketball and also enjoys video games.

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It is spring break this week for Copperas Cove students, and that means children are suddenly going to find a bunch of free time on their hands. However, there are also going to be some decent rain chances, at least at the beginning of next week. So for those students who will be stuck insid…

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The Texas Department of Transportation estimates that 130 million butts a year are tossed out on state highways alone, not counting county roads, city streets and other areas of travel. Young Miss Five Hills Allyssa Kimball headed up a team of volunteers to clean up the trashy mess in Copper…

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Handmade valentines and sparkling tiaras made Valentine’s Day a little more special, thanks to a bevy of beauties that converged on the Olin E. Teague Veterans Hospital and the Central Texas Veterans Home in Temple on Saturday.

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When it comes to multitasking, House Creek Elementary School fifth-grade math teacher Kristen Guess is considered an expert. She serves as her grade-level leader, mentors new teachers, and sponsors student council, all while planning and teaching exemplary lessons, analyzing data, and making…

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Martin Walker Elementary School students who dream of becoming the next John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, author of “Lord of the Rings,” or J. K. Rowling, author of “Harry Potter,” received an encouraging boost when an award-winning author and illustrator showed them the path to success.

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While many students are studying for the STAAR examination next month, Junior Miss Five Hills Dorianna Gilbert has another big deadline ahead — the first draft of the children’s book she is writing.

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More than 200 participants braved the chilly temperature and took part in the annual 5K run to the Polar Bear Plunge, and some even took the plunge into the freezing cold pool.

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COPPERAS COVE — For Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Copperas Cove, residents marched, dished out scholarships and honored those who have served the public.

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Danke. Merci. Gracias. People of all ages work to become fluent in foreign languages. But as our country’s citizens are finding themselves with increasing debt, are they fluent in math?

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GATESVILLE — Tom turkey, heifers, broilers, fryers and other livestock made the rounds in the show ring at the Coryell County Youth Fair and Livestock Show last weekend with hundreds of students showing not only their animal projects but also competing with their fair projects.

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