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.
The Narrows Business and Technology Park is progressing on schedule as the Copperas Cove Economic Development Corporations starts funding marketing plans for the site.
While many worried that State Highway 9, which opened last week at the east end of Copperas Cove, would create a void in business patronage along U.S. Highway 190, some business owners said it will increase accessibility of those businesses.
Shan Chao, or Sam as everyone calls him, has been in the restaurant business for as long as he can remember.
The temperature is in the upper 20s on a midmorning in January and the Car Wash Barn is moderately busy despite the chill.
Pet lovers will have a chance to show their furry friends just how much they love them by taking care of their health-care needs while saving some cash at the discount pet vaccine clinic Feb. 17.
Copperas Cove Economic Development Corporation is developing a resource team to mentor patrons of the future Entrepreneur Center, a business incubator.
Volunteers and city staff helped to paint a brighter future for one Copperas Cove business by covering graffiti painted by unknown artists.
Clint Jones’ founded his lawn service business, A Cut Above, during a six-month unemployment gap. Now, nine years later, the business is obtaining contracts and steadily growing.
Ingrid Keifer and Bill French came away from the annual Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce banquet Jan. 25 humbled after receiving awards for their active support of the chamber and the community.
One Copperas Cove family is up to its ears in boxes, but the family could not be happier. Detra Jackson, Edward Anderson and their two daughters welcomed the year as new homeowners.