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It’s never too early to learn to give back.

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If there are a dozen students in Gwendolyn Gray’s class at Crossroads High School, you can expect 12 different teaching styles, methods and lessons if that is what is needed to ensure students grasp and understand the material in her English class.

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In our marriages, we often focus on our actions. For example, cooking dinner for our husband or fixing the car for your wife.

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Copperas Cove High School math teacher Donna Brewer waded deep into the water up to her waist. She studied the aquifer at Barton Springs and knew she could take this information back to her classroom and use it as an educational opportunity for her students.

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Pizza parties, student/parent celebrations, the Great STAAR Classroom Escape — Clements/Parsons Elementary School teacher Jessica Crook makes learning fun, and it shows not only in her student’s test scores but in their love for their teacher and their parents’ respect.

  • By Julie A. Ferraro | Herald correspondent
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Home grown or homemade: To be a vendor at the Farmers Market, the new event from 4 to 7 p.m. every Thursday in City Park, those are the only requirements, according to Heather Bryan, the city’s tourism coordinator.

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Service members and the sacrifices they made to ensure the nation’s freedom were the priority for the Five Hills royalty as they stepped out this Independence Day to remember those who lost their lives.

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Hannah Jechow has always enjoyed children. Her mom was a teacher. So it was a natural choice for her to major in education in college and pursue teaching as a career.

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One by one, she put the leashes around the dogs’ necks and gently got them out of their kennels and led them over to the wash area. She gently bathed them and loved on them.

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Kendra Hicks has felt at home on stage since she was 2 years old and has been in numerous musical productions including “The Sound of Music,” “Camp Rock” and her favorite, “13! A New Musical,” where she was cast in a role literally named for her.

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The Five Hills royalty did not take a holiday or even a short break over the long weekend, but instead took every opportunity to pay tribute to the ultimate sacrifices made for this country by men and women in uniform.

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It took 146 volunteers to pull off Williams/Ledger Elementary School’s extensive field day activities at the end of the school year, and more than 100 guest readers for Read Across America Week.

  • By Wendy Sledd Special to the Herald
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Custom-rhinestone tiaras as tall as 10 inches had young ladies of all ages seeking the new titles at the inaugural Miss Copperas Cove Five Hills Scholarship Pageant that replaced the former Rabbit Fest Pageant.

  • By Robin Harris Herald Correspondent
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Copperas Cove library hosted the book signing of Chreyllynn Dyess — the writer of young adult, coming of age, paranormal, fantasy, poetry and romance — and Screaming Mimi, an author with books spanning several genres.

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Barbara Miller always thought she would be a nurse because she likes to take care of people. But, an opportunity to work at House Creek Elementary became available that allowed Miller to be able to go back to work, to have the same schedule of her three school aged children and allow time to…