Twenty-four students, six languages, tremendous growth.
Many smiles were on the faces of local children at the Copperas Cove Public Library as singing zoologist Lucas Miller entertained them during a Summer Reading Program show July 12.
Copperas Cove Independent School District Rookie Teacher of the Year Kimberly Barham is ready to meet her new students Aug. 15 when school officially begins. The kindergarten through fifth-grade special education teacher is in her second year of teaching and returns to Clements/Parsons Eleme…
There was noisy company Saturday afternoon inside Pet Supplies Plus in Copperas Cove.
The Cove House Classic Bike Tour, which originated in 2002, is geared up for the second Saturday in August.
Community leaders, Club Kids and Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Texas board members gathered south of Killeen last week to celebrate the grand opening of the Friends of Parrie Haynes Nature Center — a 15-station outdoor classroom for Boys & Girls Club members to use this summer during…
DALLAS — The chances were only three in 235,000.
Copperas Cove Junior High School teacher Leonika Carranza knows what to expect when she returns for the new school year. New to the teaching profession last year, Carranza surprised administrators when she not only excelled with the students in her own classes but took the lead when another …
Barnes & Noble and the Copperas Cove Public Library hosted a science, technology, engineering and mathematics research seminar Tuesday, welcoming children from First Place Learning Academy and Stepping Stone Child Development Center. Families from surrounding communities also attended.
Heavy rain was no match for the more than 300 people who attended a 74th liberation celebration of the commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands to honor their heritage. The event was Saturday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Copperas Cove.
There is more to Blue Heaven Farm and Stable than meets the eye.
DALLAS—Some students get out of school for the summer not knowing exactly how they will spend their time. That is not the case for Ariel Draper. She heads back for the fourth consecutive year to the Lone Star Leadership Academy. However this time, she is no longer the student. She is in a le…
FORT HOOD — Teen Miss Five Hills Carleigh Ross reached for each combat boot, picking them up gently from the military trucks as she and other members of the Five Hills royalty helped memorialize more than 7,000 service members who have died since 9/11.
Lucy Grier, sporting a deep blue dress and hat complete with vibrant colors, tied together her look with one wide smile as she strutted her stuff before fellow residents at Copperas Cove Nursing and Rehabilitation center.
The Central Texas College Continuing Education department offers more College for Kids classes heading into the final weeks of July.
Girl Scout Troop 20106 tie-dyed for their service unit trip outside the library Saturday.
Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Killeen and Gatesville officials attended the 10th annual Independence Day picnic sponsored by Star Group-Veterans Helping Veterans on Saturday.
Drivers passing by Amy’s Attic Self Storage off West U.S. Highway 190 got the chance to refresh their vehicles and their knowledge of ways they can benefit local veterans.
How much is a firefighter’s boot worth? Try $11,372.
A barrage of drum bangs and chimes from different percussion instrument Monday permeated through the Copperas Cove Public Library.
HOLLAND—The judge at the Holland Corn Festival with a “1-2-3: shuck!” signaled the start and the Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty began shucking corn as fast as they could.
The Copperas Cove Independent School District has been participating in the Texas Department of Agriculture’s Farm Fresh Friday all school year by introducing a new ingredient from Texas farms to the school menu every week, so when the TDA issued the Summer Farm Fresh Challenge for the summe…
“Tough times don’t last, tough people do.”
Picture some kids, nearly 2,000 pounds of clothing and a whole lot of love—and laundry detergent.
Runners in the Copperas Cove Girl Scouts 3K Color Fun Run at South Park were drenched with something other than sweat.
The celebrations marking National Skilled Nursing Care Week would be no different if the event was still known by its former title, National Nursing Home Week.
Adding a rainbow of colors to a 5K run is what makes the Mayfest 5K Color Run unique.
Participants in the Jackrabbit Run 5K and 10K took on the Ogletree Gap hills early Sunday.