Many Texans try to stay warm by using portable heating equipment in their homes.
We all have individual gifts that we have been given in life.
Steven Castillo is a born leader. It comes naturally to him even though he is only in elementary school. The House Creek Elementary School fifth-grader has already proven himself as one to follow.
The Carter Blood Drive bus was parked in front of the H-E-B at 2990 E. Business U.S. Highway. 190 on Monday, as part of a partnership between the two entities.
On Jan. 29, 1999, the Coryell County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the 700 block of Lawson Lane, to a questionable death at the home of Raymond Litchfield.
In less than a year, The Purple Gator, with its Cajun cuisine, went from a tiny takeout spot inside a local convenience store to its own restaurant at 212 S. Second St., in downtown.
BRYAN — Spiraling cattle prices in recent weeks are not leaving much wiggle room when it comes to marketing calves and replacement females to fit current trends, according to cattle experts.
Refresh Spa & Boutique spiced up hump day Aug. 10 by hosting its free “Wine Down Wednesday.”
Michael Desmond has always had an interest in guns.
The Economic Development Corporation doesn’t exist just to recruit new businesses to town. The EDC also can help current businesses expand.
COPPERAS COVE — Their prep careers began at Bulldawg Stadium, and their junior college careers ended there.
COPPERAS COVE — The shots came from behind the 3-point arc, but they were generated in the paint.
Fourth-ranked Trinity Valley Community College has enjoyed a 10-1 record thus far and accepted an invitation to compete in today’s CHAMPS Heart of Texas Bowl at Copperas Cove.
The Ellison boys eked out a 9-8 victory over the Harker Heights Knights on Tuesday at Hallmark Lanes to open the 16th season of high school bowling.
The Bulldawgs continue play at the three-day Subway Classic today at Marble Falls.
Grace United Methodist Church members were overwhelmed by the generous amount of food prepared and donated to the church’s seventh GraceGiving free Thanksgiving meal Nov. 23.
Williams/Ledger Elementary School kindergartner President Dowden could not believe his eyes.
FRIDAY, Dec. 2
Ron Sursa’s eyes twinkle and he can hardly contain his excitement as he leans forward in his chair, sharing the multitude of ideas he has to enhance student learning not only at his own school but throughout Copperas Cove Independent School District.
Students at Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School came back to school from the Thanksgiving holiday and were welcomed by new playground equipment and outdoor games.
I’ve gotten a taste of living the single life again this week, and I have to say I’m not terribly fond of it.
The Friends of the Library will start their weeklong book sale Monday, and they have several tables of books ready at the Copperas Cove Public Library. The sale will run Monday through Saturday and is open during the library’s normal business hours.
Not everyone is lucky enough to have had the opportunity to play Santa Claus in a public venue.
It’s the end of November and you survived Thanksgiving. Maybe just barely, but you did.
After a filling Thanksgiving dinner, the last thing most people want to think about for a week is food.