Central Texas College and Stevens Transport will host an information seminar for transitioning soldiers and their family members interested in a career in truck driving Monday at the CTC Fort Hood Campus on 72nd Street (Bldg. 3201, room 108).
The Mayborn Science Theater, located on the campus of Central Texas College, will offer an in-depth look at the fall night sky Saturday with its monthly star tour at 7 p.m.
Police to host Tip-A-Cop event Wednesday at Applebee’s
The Pride of Cove Band unveiled its new UIL show, “Out of Darkness,” during the annual Spirit Spectacular at Bulldawg Stadium on Sept. 15.
Starting in fiscal year 2017, a number of community events previously put on or sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce may no longer be in existence after the dissolution of an agreement between the city and the chamber disbursing hotel occupancy tax funds to help pay for the chamber’s tourism-related events.
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.
In June 2015, Phil Agnello was visiting family in his native New Jersey ready to take a mini-vacation with cousin Bobby Agnello.
The family-owned Purple Gator, with its Cajun cuisine, continues to cook up a recipe for success — along with its delicious gumbo, etouffee, Po Boy sandwiches and many more food items.
HEWITT — First, Copperas Cove lost possession. Then, it lost momentum.
Copperas Cove head coach Jack Welch likes to play a vigorous pre-district schedule.
Jack Welch is having a blast.
Following a bye Tuesday, Copperas Cove’s volleyball team returns to action tonight, traveling to face Class 6A No. 1 Waco Midway.
Now, the real fun begins.
Although there are several Crossroads High School students who deserve to be recognized for their accomplishments, Michael Reid showcases what it is to be a leader, mentor and role model for others to follow, said teacher Ronald Sursa.
The Animal Shelter held a monthly free adoption event Sept. 16-17 at its kennels at 1601 North First St.
FRIDAY, Sept. 23
She moved her feet back and forth and kept time to the music, wiggling from the waist up in her wheel chair.
In a society where texting is the preferred form of communication by the middle school and teen generations, Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School students are getting a lesson in social graces at an early age.
I have a friend who keeps telling me she thinks quilting is declining. But when you go to quilt shows, and particularly to the Houston International Quilt Show, I find that hard to believe.
My car turned 15 years old this week.
New books are flying off the shelves just as fast as they are put up at the Copperas Cove Public Library. Luckily for the library staff and visitors, there are plenty of books still being sorted that have yet to be made available for check out.
The Copperas Cove Public Library is holding its monthly Gaming Day on Saturday for anyone who wishes to participate, and games such as Magic! the Gathering, Dungeons and Dragons, and other role-playing and tabletop games are expected to be on deck from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Put yourself in the position of a big old bass and think about how many baits you have seen go past your nose and how many you have really bit and found the point of that darn sharp hook in the corner of your mouth and based on the fisherman being such a nice guy he has released you back to the water after the fight is over.