The Copperas Cove Independent School District board approved, in a 5-0 vote, a revised contract for Superintendent Joe Burns at its meeting Tuesday night.
Lee James, a former longtime Killeen Daily Herald editor and sports editor who was the first editor of the Cove Herald, died July 15 at a Florida hospital following a lengthy illness. He was 72.
Now that 90-degree temperatures are here in the middle of summer, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services reminds local residents about steps they should take to protect their health from the extreme heat.
This month’s club tournament was a two-day event at OH Ivie Lake near San Angelo.
Parks and Rec to host town hall meeting Wednesday
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.
Celebrating a one-year anniversary is usually a pretty big step in life, regardless of what kind it is. But when that anniversary is for a business, the feeling of accomplishment can be pretty amazing.
To help your business grow in 2016, consider these trends and how well you execute in each area.
I always look forward to this time of year.
During his 23 years as Copperas Cove head football coach, Jack Welch witnessed a number of his players reach the professional level.
Some things never change.
Jaylen Smith merely wanted to learn, and he accomplished the goal.
Copperas Cove senior softball player Tessa Fain took part in the annual Texas Girls Coaches Association’s Class 5A-6A All-Star Game on Wednesday at Arlington.
FRIDAY, July 22
NEW BRAUNFELS — The Copperas Cove High School DECA Chapter has made a name for itself not just in competition but also in leadership. This year, the chapter tripled its number of state and district officers serving for the 2016-2017 school year.
Martin Walker Elementary School teacher Deanna Stoneroad has been in the teaching profession for more than a decade. She consistently spends more time at school by offering her students after school tutoring two days a week.
“I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!”
Betty Secrest has been teaching yoga since August 2015. For about the last six months, Secrest has also been teaching a gentle yoga class at the city’s senior center.
Today we are going to continue the top water baits study by looking at ways to use the next two types: the poppers and those with the props on either both ends or the tail end.
Yesterday I received the Houston International Quilt Festival catalog in the mail. It always arrives mid-July every year — as long as I registered the year before. You can also see all the attractions and classes offered online at www.quilts.com and email@example.com. Information is also available on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Next week is pizza week at the Copperas Cove Public Library, as staff and volunteers host pizza parties for teens and young children who met their reading goals during the Summer Reading Program.
I had a not-too-surprising revelation over the weekend: I am a grammar snob.
One cannot say the IRS scam is back, as it never left. Scammers remain where the pickings continue to be good.