The days of pencil and paper have long been pushed to the side with technology as the driving force in the classroom.
Zachary Petty gets it — even as a fourth-grader.
The City Council again discussed allowing handguns at City Hall meetings during a regular meeting Tuesday, although members took no action on the item.
The City Council’s special workshop Nov. 30 focused on improving the city through a new transportation master plan.
“May the force be with you,” is the most memorable line of the “Star Wars” movie series. But for Williams/Ledger Elementary School students, they are making sure the force is on their side.
City accepting applications for sign ordinance review, P&Z panel
On Nov. 15, at 4:51 p.m. police responded to a report of a robbery at the Texas Partners Credit Union Bank at 809 South Main St.
Christmas music filled the air at Ogletree Gap Park on Sunday, but one song that wasn’t heard was “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.”
Many Texans try to stay warm by using portable heating equipment in their homes.
We all have individual gifts that we have been given in life.
Steven Castillo is a born leader. It comes naturally to him even though he is only in elementary school. The House Creek Elementary School fifth-grader has already proven himself as one to follow.
The Carter Blood Drive bus was parked in front of the H-E-B at 2990 E. Business U.S. Highway. 190 on Monday, as part of a partnership between the two entities.
On Jan. 29, 1999, the Coryell County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to the 700 block of Lawson Lane, to a questionable death at the home of Raymond Litchfield.
Forty-two young ladies will take to the stage Saturday hoping to capture one of the Krist Kindl Charity Pageant crowns.
Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful is hosting its 10th annual holiday decorating contest, according to a news release from the city.