Halloween came early to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8577 on Saturday at its annual Fall Festival jam packed with games, food and costume contests.
Students and staff are seeing pink everywhere they look. School PTAs and PTOs have wrapped the district’s schools in every kind of pink material imaginable in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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Their reactions correlated to the name of their organization. Copperas Cove Independent School District exceptional needs students got a surprise when the Rabbit Fest royalty threw a surprise Halloween party for children belonging to the parent support group, SMILE (Special Memories in Life Every Day).
Life can be challenging for any child, but the loss of a military parent and a daily struggle with autism leaves Malikai Christian Atkinson with his share of struggles.
Ronald Cresswell has a quiet demeanor. But the approach to his profession lets others know very quickly that he is determined to achieve success with his students and that no obstacle it too large to overcome.
More than one-fourth of Texas children under the age of 5 are not read to regularly. Eighty percent of a person’s vocabulary is developed by age 5. Young children who are not read to regularly are not exposed to as many words as other children and they start school behind their peers.
Resembling an old-fashioned barnyard on a family farm, Cove Feed & Seed Shoppe celebrated its first Happy Harvest Fest on Saturday with the opening of an indoor hay tunnel. But hay was just the beginning, because kids also enjoyed free pony rides, arts and crafts and a hot dog lunch.
Little Mister Rabbit Fest Raidyn Atkinson is too young to remember his father. But Saturday, he wore a T-shirt that was lime green, his father’s favorite color, and the 5-year-old stepped out to honor the man he knows only from the memories his mother and grandparents share with him.
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She has been referred to as a “child whisperer.”
Janie Belk rises and shines every morning and heads to school. Complete with her name badge pinned visibly on her left shoulder, she signs in and begins to go to work.
When Sonya James-Stewart went to the Bealls department store in the Cove Terrace Shopping Center on Monday, it had been a day just like any other.
The Rabbit Fest royalty were literally hopping this past week all over Coryell and Bell counties to represent the festival and the city at a myriad of events.