The 31st session of the Copperas Cove Police Department Citizens Police Academy begins March 2.
KILLEEN — The clock is ticking. The robots methodically move back and forth across the floor pushing items over the metal bar.
If the old adage is true that when you open a good book, you expand your mind, there is a lot of mind expansion happening at House Creek Elementary School.
City offices closed for Presidents Day
A Copperas Cove Independent School District employee was honored Tuesday for extinguishing a yard fire, stopping it before it spread to the home.
The City Council and Economic Development Corporation board members discussed goals for the EDC board during a special joint meeting Wednesday.
AUSTIN — Kayla West thought surely she was dreaming. The 16-year-old military dependent may wear a sparkling tiara on her head as the reigning Young Miss Copperas Cove Rabbit Fest, but on this particular day, she was truly treated like royalty.
The dynamic trio of Sandra McCleney, Ruth Olsen, and Penny the therapy dog spoke to the students and faculty of Clements-Parson Elementary School during an assembly Feb. 10.
Coveites basked in the lap of luxury while helping raise awareness for a good cause during the inaugural Daddy/Mommy & Me Sweetheart Tea on Saturday afternoon at the Cove Bearables.
Councilman Dan Yancey will be among a select group of community and business leaders who observe military exercises at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif.
Students work in small groups in all four corners of the room and also in two more groups in the center of the room. All are working independently to solve complex problems. AVID tutor Rachel Pierce floats from group to group, looking over the students shoulders, checking their work and listening to their problem-solving skills.
Fairview/Miss Jewell Elementary School students recognized the 100th day of school this year and celebrated an increase in brain mass.
Fourth-grade gifted education students of Copperas Cove Independent School District traveled to Waco for a tasty lesson at the Dr Pepper Museum.
Ethan Beasley knows that as an assistant manager of a restaurant, he has to be a role model to the other employees. He has to model the behavior he wants them to follow. But he is now a role model to students at the school that gave him a second chance and contributed to the success that he enjoys today.
The Central Texas College nursing department presented its annual DAISY Faculty Award last week to Gerardo Priori, adjunct professor in the skills and simulation lab.