NORFOLK, Va. — A 2013 Copperas Cove High School graduate and Cove native is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Gunston Hall.
LAMPASAS — Crystal Ann Faubion, 30, of Lampasas, is currently in the Lampasas County Jail after being charged with 26 various Class C Misdemeanor charges.
AUSTIN — Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced Tuesday that Coryell County is the first recipient of 2011 wildfire funding to complete all projects.
Advocacy from the Heart will host a free special education workshop aimed at improving the education plan for special education students Sept. 7 in Copperas Cove.
The Rotary Club of Copperas Cove hosted U.S. Rep. Roger Williams, R-Austin, as guest speaker at the Aug. 18 meeting at the Copperas Cove Public Library.
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.
Normally, this is my favorite time of year.
Jack Welch is not afraid to admit it.
The Lady Bulldawgs suffered just their second defeat in 12 matches Tuesday, falling at Round Rock Stony Point in four sets.
Aidan Chace knows how to make a good impression.
ROUND ROCK — The Copperas Cove Lady Dawgs were coming off an impressive 11-game stretch, going 10-1, and entered Tuesday’s match against the Round Rock Stony Point Lady Tigers with an overall record of 16-5.
Trisha Stutz was told she would never be able to have children. Years later with four of them, the military spouse has never stopped counting her blessings and expressing her gratitude.
Laughs, smiles and cheers filled the activity room at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, at 1602 S. Farm-to-Market 116, on Saturday for the second annual Fun Day to end the summer on a high note before school started.
Some kids looked excited, and others apprehensive, as parents ushered the young scholars to their respective classrooms at Clements/Parsons Elementary School on Monday morning for the first day of a new school year.
FRIDAY, Aug. 26
In the last week before the start of school, the Rabbit Fest royalty did not slow down as they wrapped up a very busy summer.
This is the time of year when most quilters grind to a halt. With the temperatures over 100 degrees, we just want to hide in the house behind closed blinds and wait for the temperatures to start falling.
So you decided that you are going up to Lake LBJ and see what you can do with the bass in all this heat.
The end-of-year book purchases are rolling in, and new books and materials are making their way onto the shelves at the Copperas Cove Public Library every week.
Rescue has been an instrumental part of my life — for well, most of my life.
Books are officially beginning to appear on the shelves after the first round of end-of-year purchases by the Copperas Cove Public Library.