FRIDAY, OCT. 24
Necessity is the mother of invention and a broken cellphone is what led twin brothers at Copperas Cove High School to open their iPhone repair business.
Ariel McDonald’s father was a four-time All-American wrestler throughout high school and college and she, herself, has competed in national tournaments. But it’s more than just following in her father’s footsteps for this Copperas Cove High School freshman. It is literally a matter of life and death.
The Copperas Cove library will enter the fiscal year with thousands of dollars cut from its annual budget, but the Friends of the Library, an organization that serves as a liaison between the library staff and the Cove community, are stepping in to raise funds.
It’s a whole new world for Copperas Cove Junior High School seventh-grader Zachary Hoyle.
She was bullied because she did not wear skinny jeans or have a weave. But one Copperas Cove High School student has learned beauty is only skin-deep and has taken her skills to lead the senior class at the high school.
Bardreatiss Jose was ready to learn more organizational skills to help her three sons succeed in school.
Almost 200 S.C. Lee Junior High School choir students shared their musical talents at the annual Fall Choir Concert on Tuesday at Lea Ledger Auditorium at Copperas Cove High School.
Capt. America, wrestler Rey Mysterio and Capt. Jack Sparrow showed up ready for fun at the Special Memories in Life Everyday Halloween party Tuesday for special-needs children at Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School.
Can y’all seriously believe it’s the middle of October already?
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Whether through Scouting, his church, or at Copperas Cove High School, expect to see freshman Chris Armstrong leading the way.
Fifty years ago in October 1964, the New York Yankees won the World Series, the Rolling Stones appeared on “The Ed Sullivan Show” and on World Communion Sunday — Oct. 4 — 39 people gathered at the Copperas Cove Theater for the first service of the First Presbyterian Church.
Community crime fighting starts with community unification, according to an article in the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal about National Night Out supporters. And that is exactly what the nationwide program promotes.