• 0

COPPERAS COVE – August was National Breasfeeding Month, and Bell County WIC is encouraging more moms to get information and then make an informed decision about how they feed their babies.

  • 0

Water was aimed at a 15-degree angle as Junior Miss Five Hills Hayley Sawyer used a high-pressure water spray to remove loose paint, mold, grime, dust, mud, chewing gum and dirt from the buildings surrounding Cove House on Saturday. 

  • 0

For the People of Copperas Cove, the first day of school is truly a community affair. From fire trucks protecting intersections, police walking with families, soldiers providing words of encouragement, and teachers providing hugs, everyone is on board to make sure students are prepared for success.

  • 0

Thousands of CCISD students returned to school this week and all 8,200 of them are being offered free school breakfast throughout this school year. That means more meals served by the nutrition staff and more responsibility for CCISD maintenance worker Mark Ester who was described by CCISD C…

  • 0

Walt the German Shepherd listened intently as Preteen Miss Five Hills Kaydence Roberts spoke to him during their recent walk together at the Copperas Cove Animal Control Facility. The walk gave him some much needed exercise outside of his enclosure. But, despite being an intelligent and beau…

  • 0

COPPERAS COVE — CCISD expects to hire 140 new teachers for the 2019-2020 school year. With a shortage for school teachers nationwide, CCISD is growing its own teachers through its classroom aides by offering a paraprofessional education assistance program. Brandy Petty, who works as a parapr…

  • 0

COPPERAS COVE — Josshue Salinas is one of many new teachers who will be joining the Copperas Cove Independent School District this year. Unlike many of those teachers, he has a background that may make teaching fifth grade science at Williams/Ledger Elementary School seem tame by comparison.

  • 0

FORT WORTH — Copperas Cove High School FFA members Tori Schwausch and Caden Chapman are wrapping up their high school careers on a high note by garnering the highest state award given by the FFA organization: the Texas Lone Star FFA Degree.

  • 0

As the coaches announced the results, the Copperas Cove Junior High School cheerleaders huddled in tightly and held hands in hopes that all their hard work at the Universal Cheer Association would pay off. 

  • 0

It didn’t take long for Clements/Parsons Elementary to realize that Jessica Rhodes isn’t your average teacher. Rhodes has a dedicated time every Monday when students get to share their happenings from over the weekend. She holds a

  • 0

COPPERAS COVE — The 75th anniversary celebration of the liberation of Guam, organized by the Chamorro Association of Central Texas, drew hundreds of visitors to Ogletree Gap Park in Cove Saturday. Parking on Post Office Road stretched nearly to Business Highway 190.

  • 0

CORPUS CHRISTI — Martin Walker Elementary Junior Historians captured the Texas Elementary Junior Historians Chapter of the Year Award for the second consecutive year at the Texas Junior Historian Convention in Corpus Christi. The chapter was started in the school only two years ago and remai…

  • 0

Michelle Howard started her school year like most new teachers. She was unsure of herself and unsure of what was to come. In a brief amount of time, she blossomed into a teacher that had the patience, resilience, and gumption of a veteran teacher. She turned a classroom of 6 -year-olds into …

top story
  • 0

COPPERAS COVE - Four middle school students who are members of the Multi-eductational Cross Cultural and Arts Association of Central Texas educated residents about the Apollo 11 moon landing Tuesday at the Copperas Cove Public Library.