A bus, a car, jungle gym and slide. Copperas Cove Independent School District’s youngest students squealed with excitement not knowing where to play first.
Jon Mills was not always in a bad situation.
More than 400 entered. Only 12 would be selected. Ten of those 12 ultimately came from one school — Clements/Parsons Elementary School.
Another suspect was identified Jan. 13 in connection with the Jan. 3 robbery of Action Pawn No. 3, according to a news release.
The police department is seeking any available information on a potential suspect in a debit card abuse case and a burglary of a vehicle case.
The Economic Development Corporation and Copperas Cove Industrial Foundation are in the process of selling the land known as the “Phase II” portion of the 5 Hills shopping center to Endeavor Real Estate Group.
Don’t be fooled by the nearly invisible door leading into Unwind! Texas Style Tasting Room & Cafe tucked in a shopping area on West Business U.S. Highway 190.
Despite holding their soft opening Dec. 5, Pet Supplies Plus held its grand opening Saturday and Sunday.
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.
Shoemaker’s Jason McDonald Jr. did it again.
The Harker Heights girls bowling team shut out Shoemaker 17-0 on Tuesday at Hallmark Lanes to remain unbeaten in district play.
It was not an ideal performance.
The Lady Bulldawgs could not produce offensively, and it cost them dearly.
The Lady Bulldawgs’ backs are against the wall.
High school graduation rates have dropped slightly in Copperas Cove and risen slightly in Killeen, according to a recent education report.
American Legion Post 582 hosted a tacos and pancakes breakfast Saturday at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8577 to offer camaraderie and support to local veterans.
The Copperas Cove Rabbit Fest royalty answered the call on what has become known as the national day of service—Martin Luther King Jr. Day. In fact, they got a head start.
FRIDAY, Jan. 20
Selecting Stefon Reece as Crossroads High School’s January student of the month was an easy choice, staff members said.
One Sunday after church, we went a different way home. The day was wet and cold, the kind of cold that chills you to the bone, as Texas weather can do.
One group that has been meeting monthly at the Copperas Cove Public Library for the past several months is planning to take its members outside the building tonight to expand their audience.
Sadly, the holidays are officially over, and that means winter break is at an end.
A new year frequently ushers in New Year’s resolutions. We resolve to lose weight or pay off debt, but how many of our resolutions are geared toward one of the most important relationships in our lives — our marriage?
An arctic cold front is expected to hit the area later this afternoon, so while the weather outside may be frightful, the Copperas Cove Public Library offers the warmth of friendship and good books with many of the upcoming events in January.