Pop! Pop! Pop! Kindergartners at House Creek Elementary School listened and watched intently as every kernel of corn popped into the air.
Coperas Cove High School basketball coach Billy White knows he always needs to look for the advantage when coaching his basketball team. The eternal educator didn’t hesitate to use the history of his hometown to motivate his small but powerful team of boys.
It was a role reversal at S.C. Lee Junior High School as parents headed back to class instead of the students.
A standoff involving a can of pepper spray thrown in the cab of a 18 wheeler resulted in the arrest of a Kempner man with outstanding warrants in Cove Sunday afternoon, after it took an hour and 15 minutes for officers to coax the man out of the cab of a truck.
The ongoing envelopment of the Economic Development Corporation by the office of City Manager Andrea Gardner was discussed Tuesday at the City Council’s workshop preceding their regular meeting.
Central Texas College and Stevens Transport will host an information seminar for transitioning soldiers and their family members interested in a career in truck driving Monday at the CTC Fort Hood Campus on 72nd Street (Bldg. 3201, room 108).
The Mayborn Science Theater, located on the campus of Central Texas College, will offer an in-depth look at the fall night sky Saturday with its monthly star tour at 7 p.m.
Police to host Tip-A-Cop event Wednesday at Applebee’s
The Pride of Cove Band unveiled its new UIL show, “Out of Darkness,” during the annual Spirit Spectacular at Bulldawg Stadium on Sept. 15.
Starting in fiscal year 2017, a number of community events previously put on or sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce may no longer be in existence after the dissolution of an agreement between the city and the chamber disbursing hotel occupancy tax funds to help pay for the chamber’s tourism-related events.
Teachers have long observed the effect that music education can have on students, but recent research is showing just how integral learning a musical instrument is to a child’s development.
OVERTON — Ranchers should be aware that heat, cold and sunlight can affect the efficacy of vaccines during storage or handling, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension expert.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8577 and Auxiliary is now taking entries for the Voice of Democracy, Patriots Pen and Smart Maher National Citizenship Education Teacher award.
Shelter to host free adoption event Saturday, Sunday
WACO — The 2016 Heart O’ Texas Fair & Rodeo, presented by H-E-B, is just around the corner and Mutton Bustin’ Rally sign-ups are now open. This crowd favorite rodeo event will be held Oct. 6-15 and the format gives children the opportunity to ride three times.