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.
All of us are teachers or shepherds to someone. Williams/Ledger Elementary School Paraprofessional Melissa Womack finds her calling in the classroom working with exceptional needs students.
Many employees of the Copperas Cove Fire Department were in action Saturday morning. Several fire trucks and ambulances rolled out, and a fire hose unleashed torrents of water.
How many seeds are in the average pumpkin? If you guessed 500, you are correct. The number of seeds in a pumpkin varies based on a pumpkin’s size and weight, with a range of 100 seeds up to 700 seeds.
Tanya Burris and Brianne Chaco slowly crept into the hallway surrounded by the pitch black darkness of Martin Walker Elementary School’s annual haunted house. The pair chose to enter the creepy structure in broad daylight when they would not have the safety of the sun to cling to.
A series of classes offered through the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service of Lampasas will promote independence through healthy aging, according to a news release.
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.
Red velvet suit? Check. Black boots polished? Check. Candy canes for the children? Check.
The grounds of the Civic Center was rife with excitement Saturday as residents and local leaders celebrated the ninth annual Eco-Harvest, hosted by Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful.
Smiles filled a pleasant fall evening in downtown Copperas Cove as residents came together for the annual National Night Out Kickoff Party.
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…
Soldiers and students worked side by side, building, digging and creating the Copperas Cove Junior High School garden that will be used for a Farm to Table class, one of more than a dozen new electives offered at the school.
The fourth annual Pink Warrior Dash 5K walk/run, which helps raise funds for the work nonprofit Pink Warrior Angels does on behalf of cancer patients, is scheduled Saturday at City Park, which is at 1206 W. Avenue B.
When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. That is the motto of Briana Liles, Preteen Miss Copperas Cove Five Hills, and she has taken these words literally.
Hundreds graced the grounds of the Ogletree Gap Reserve to celebrate Copperas Cove’s first multicultural festival Saturday.
Crossroads High School students come into the office and give “Mama Whitis” a hug looking for a good start to their day or a word of encouragement in a tough time.
The Christian Freedom Ministries of Copperas Cove hosted a food drive Saturday to help the Copperas Cove Soup Kitchen.
School is back is session and that means Copperas Cove High School students are applying for one of the 30 coveted memberships in the Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy.
From among more than 100,000 volunteers that give their time and talent to schools across Texas, only 15 are chosen as a Texas Hero of Children by the Texas State Board of Education.
Copperas Cove will host its first multicultural festival at Ogletree Gap Park on Saturday.
With the click of a button, the books came pouring in to the classroom of Williams/Ledger Elementary School teacher Amy Hunt. Within two hours, all of her students had a sponsor that would encourage them to read with gifts of books and boost their confidence with handwritten messages.
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…
Child care facilities are abundant in Central Texas. Most quality day care centers are at full capacity.
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.
Camp Caylor wine and beer yard is hosting camp scrapping every Wednesday in September. Camp Caylor is a camp for adults in Copperas Cove on 146 Country Road 4814.
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.
Copperas Cove High School cheerleaders held its last summer booster club car wash Saturday. All of Saturday’s proceeds will go toward 2018-2019 varsity and junior varsity squads.
While being headquartered in Killeen, Metroplex Hospital sees patients from nearly every Central Texas city.
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.