Fresh organic yellow squash, $1.09 a pound. Fresh organic zucchini, $2.48 a pound.
The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor recently honored seniors Abigail McPhail, of Copperas Cove, and Jonah Fox, of Waco, with the Gary and Diane Heavin Servant Leadership Award in recognition of the extraordinary time and energy they have devoted to ministry and community service during thei…
The city’s offices of Tourism and Parks and Recreation held their annual Christmas Extravaganza at City Park from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday.
Copperas Cove, Lampasas, Temple, Killeen, Gatesville — the city’s float is making the most of its first Christmas season as it rolls in more than a half-dozen parades for the holidays and is already receiving honors.
Sean Royal can turn the hardest situations into workable opportunities and never meets an obstacle he cannot overcome. His creativity in problem solving has not gone unnoticed, and his ability to motivate those around him is unmatched.
Martin Walker Elementary School teacher Catherine Sharbeno has propelled both junior high and high school students to compete at the regional, state, and national levels at National History Day contests and has pushed her students to tackle difficult projects in history both in the classroom…
Your hands are shaking and your palms are sweaty as you rehearse for the hundredth time what you will say when you step into the small meeting room. You are surrounded by successful men and women who are well-groomed and dressed in black suits.
Black Friday may be a high revenue day for many corporations, but for local companies, Small Business Saturday is vitally important and the Five Hills royalty were determined to do their part to keep Copperas Cove small companies in business.
Roxann Patrick has been teaching English at Copperas Cove High School for the past seven years.
Copperas Cove’s mayor leaned in toward students as they listened in anticipation. The colorful book lay open across his lap as he read them a story, changing his voice with each character. He embraced his inner storyteller, taking the students on an imaginative adventure as they gathered in …
Williams/Ledger Elementary School students are adding new colors to their holiday decorations this year thanks to a hands-on arts and crafts project that aligns with Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills requirements.
Savannah Lewis, 16, of Copperas Cove has been battling cancer for a little over a year.
This season is all about giving, and giving saturates the heart of Bethesda Fellowship Ministries at 1803 Pecan Cove Drive in Copperas Cove.
Seven-year-old Jaden Allen and his father spread out the branches on the wreaths, one by one, talking quietly among themselves. Allen relished this special time with his father. After all, his dad is his hero.
The Star Group-Veterans Helping Veterans hosted their annual Thanksgiving basket giveaway at 10 a.m. Saturday.
Although the city’s new float made its first appearance at the opening day parade of the Texas State Fair in Dallas in September, it was the Copperas Cove Veterans Day Parade on Saturday where most Covites got to see the float for the first time.
With half of their yearlong reigns behind them, the Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty are well adjusted to their roles serving as ambassadors for the city as they travel not only in the local community but in towns and cities throughout Central Texas.
The 20th annual Feast of Sharing will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Civic Center, 1206 W. Avenue B.
After introducing himself to his students on the very first day of class, he got the call. Teacher, coach and Army National Guardsman Jon Lacefield was called to report for hurricane duty only half a day in to his new position at S.C. Lee Junior High School.
Veterans Day is Saturday and the Herald will be covering the events associated with the holiday that recognizes all veterans. The Herald’s annual Veterans Day special section “Salute to Service” was inside the Fort Hood Herald and Killeen Daily Herald on Wednesday.
What happens when you combine different colors of water into the same cup? You get a new color, right?
Copperas Cove held the third annual Howl-O-Ween Puppy Pawlooza on Saturday to benefit the Animal Control Facility.
Kerry Cryer never stops challenging her students and really knows how to drive home a math lesson.
What do Oreos and reading have in common?
Applications are being accepted for the third annual Krist Kindl Charity Pageant scheduled for 10 a.m. Dec. 2 at the Copperas Cove Civic Center. This year’s proceeds will benefit autism awareness and will be used to purchase a piece of sensory playground equipment for City Park.
Fifth-grader Raigan Hamilton arrives at school long before most other students. She quickly gets into her vest and moves out to her post in the school driveway, eagerly waiting for the first car to arrive.
Sixty-seven appearances in 90 days.
The offices of Tourism and Parks and Recreation held its annual Fall-O-Ween Festival at City Park from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday.
It is awkward when attending a new school. But, students will tell you the biggest fear they face when being the new kid at school is who to sit with during lunch.
Halloween is a fun, and spooky, time of year for kids. Make trick-or-treating safe for your little monsters with a few easy safety tips.
Heidi Cortez is like a whirlwind racing from place to place as she gets her five children to their schools, Scout meetings, tumbling classes, sporting practices, church events and other activities.
Big dogs, small dogs, loud dogs and dogs that never made a sound. Dogs were excited and some dogs were scared.
Leaders lead by serving others.
At Copperas Cove High School, Bulldawg football players are stressing the importance of being role models both on the field and in the classroom to their youngest fans.
The rain continued to come down in steady sheets, but the Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty were not deterred.
Donna Brewer is known for insisting that “math rocks.”
Harker Heights resident Roberta Clark told pharmacist Sean Revell to let her know when he was through administering her flu shot.
Students ages 5 to 16 spend an average of six hours a day in front of a computer screen.
Three weeks into the new school year, and Michael Miller is well ahead of the curve toward graduation and his career goals.
The United States was entering World War 1, the Texas Legislature refused to authorize a vote on Prohibition, and Lampasas was building a new school.
Leadership Central Texas is offered by the Development District of Central Texas to residents with an interest in leadership who live or work within the seven county-region served by the Central Texas Council of Governments, which includes Bell, Coryell, Hamilton, Lampasas, Milam, Mills, and…
Girls of all ages from infant to high school were dressed in their formal wear and eagerly gathered back stage to compete for the crown.
All you need is milk, vanilla, sugar, salt and ice combined in a bag, and you’ve got a recipe for fun and a lesson in science.
Once falling behind on her high school credits and at risk of not graduating, Kelsey Miller has been working double-time to make positive changes in her life to reach her academic goals.
Caitlyn McGath is described as an exceptional teacher who is respected by her first-grade team, campus, and most of all, loved and admired by her students.
“Chicka chicka boom boom! Will there be enough room?” retells 4-year-old Tristan Herring to the class rabbit. Nearing the end of the second week of school, teacher Love-Anne Feather’s prekindergarten class at Mae Stevens Early Learning Academy is in full swing. This week’s literacy lesson wa…
The smell of tater tots, hamburgers, footlong hot dogs and other dinner items lingered in the air as members of the Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty loaded up her arms with meals from for families who fled their homes from Hurricane Harvey and were now being housed in Fairway Middle School i…
Destiny World Outreach Center hosted its 10th Supermodel conference — renamed the You Conference — to identify with God’s next steps for women: to develop your life, your choice, your change, through loving, giving and becoming the best version of you.
The steel gray eyes of the wolf looked as if they could see right through you. The pair of owls were so lifelike that you want to reach out and touch them. The bulldog was the top-selling piece of artwork at the Copperas Cove Education Foundation’s annual gala.
Every soldier is familiar with the Army values, but soldiers with the 96th Transportation Company, 553rd Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division Sustainment Brigade are taking “selfless service” to new heights.