On a crisp Saturday afternoon, members of Copperas Cove High School’s Texas Association of Future Educators brought warm smiles to elderly residents at a Copperas Cove nursing center.
Fire Marshal Mike Fleming addressed the Noon Exchange Club of Copperas Cove during the Oct. 10 meeting as part of Fire Prevention Week.
Physical assaults, particularly assaults with bodily injury, have emerged as the most sharply rising crime trend in Copperas Cove.
GATESVILLE — Mobilizing Army Reserve and National Guard soldiers enjoyed a day of respite from training at North Fort Hood, experiencing Texas heritage Sunday afternoon from the Gatesville community.
Robert Troy has been a youth football coach for nearly a decade. He started to help coach his son, so they could spend some quality time together.
For those who dream of opening their own businesses, it’s easier now to move forward and make those dreams come true.
Whoever said nothing is free in life was not dressed as a cow.
When William and Rosa Maria Kolivoski opened shop, they wanted to build a successful independent restaurant that served great food for the whole family and offered the touch of home.
COPPERAS COVE — The plan was simple — win in the trenches.
Copperas Cove senior Rashard Odomes recently made a verbal commitment to play basketball for Oklahoma, becoming just the second player in program history to reach the Division I level.
If the members of Jack Welch’s Copperas Cove football team could talk the Midway Panthers into playing 12 more minutes of football — anywhere, anytime — the Dawgs would show up.
Copperas Cove was dethroned but not discouraged.
I’m not a coach, but I like to pretend.
FRIDAY, OCT. 24
Necessity is the mother of invention and a broken cellphone is what led twin brothers at Copperas Cove High School to open their iPhone repair business.
Ariel McDonald’s father was a four-time All-American wrestler throughout high school and college and she, herself, has competed in national tournaments. But it’s more than just following in her father’s footsteps for this Copperas Cove High School freshman. It is literally a matter of life and death.
The Copperas Cove library will enter the fiscal year with thousands of dollars cut from its annual budget, but the Friends of the Library, an organization that serves as a liaison between the library staff and the Cove community, are stepping in to raise funds.
It’s a whole new world for Copperas Cove Junior High School seventh-grader Zachary Hoyle.
I always get a little excited this time of year.
Ah, the joys of home ownership.
Pumpkin, candles, sweaters and pie — oh my.
I awoke last Wednesday to the sound of purring and the sight of a small cat face gazing at me from about 10 inches away.
I recently read an Op-Ed in The New York Times about the cultural act known as “sitting down to dinner.”