Parks and Recreation Town Hall meeting set for Wednesday
Planning and Zoning Commission
KEMPNER — Customers of the Kempner Water Supply Corporation gathered at the group’s monthly board meeting Wednesday to protest concerns with water quality, health concerns and a lack of information from the corporation.
More than 5 million students. More than 1,200 school districts. Only one Texas school nutrition director of the year.
BELTON — The 2017 Central Texas State Fair will be held at the Bell County Expo Center over Labor Day weekend, Sept. 1-3.
Some students get out of school for the summer not knowing exactly how they will spend their time. That is not the case for Ariel Draper, who heads back for the third consecutive year to the Lone Star Leadership Academy for her final learning opportunity.
Cove youth are proving to be contributing members to society.
Allowing citizens to vote on the creation of a Municipal Development District when they go to the polls in November came one step closer to reality at the City Council meeting Tuesday.
Sydney Jacoby may be small in stature, but she has the determination of a giant.
Connor Hedge may be gone, but he’s definitely not forgotten. On Sunday, dozens gathered at Maks Family Fun Center in Cove to celebrate the first anniversary of Connor’s “becoming an angel” and what would have been his seventh birthday. Having suffered from stage IV Neuroblastoma, which was d…
The surprise announcement of the closing of the Vive Les Arts Theatre in Killeen last week could have a far-reaching effect on performing arts in cities around Fort Hood — with the nearest community theater in Temple.
Both the Lampasas and Coryell counties’ Appraisal Review Boards convened this week to hear property appraisal protest hearings from area land and homeowners.
While Bruce Hansen hopes to build his own auto shop someday, he said he was fortunate to be where he is during a ribbon cutting at Texas Discount Automotive in Cove Wednesday.
Kaydence Weary was returning with a vengeance. She had a title to defend.
Two years ago, Elliott Lowman made a PowerPoint presentation on computer programming, including its history and the creation of microchips, for the Gifted Education Project Showcase at Clements/Parsons Elementary School in Cove.
In 2013, the Copperas Cove Independent School District provided three summer feeding sites.
Russell Porterfield has one purpose when it comes to his career: to create collaborative partnerships that connect students to college and career readiness.
Former Mayor John Hull is no stranger to Central Texas flooding. Until he was 8 years old, Hull lived near House Creek, on what is now part of a Fort Hood training area. Hull had to cross the creek going to and from school, and sometimes it was flooded.
Falling victim to a credit card skimmer is a sure way to put your finances at risk. In the area surrounding Copperas Cove, that’s becoming more and more prevalent at gas pumps.
Planning and Zoning Commission
GATESVILLE — A man who impregnated an 11-year-old girl in Copperas Cove in 2015 was sentenced May 18 to life in prison.
The Copperas Cove Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, goes through July 26.
The Copperas Cove Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a man and woman police say used counterfeit money in February at the H-E-B gas station, 2990 E. Business U.S. Highway 190.
The city has the following vacancies on various boards and commissions.
A young, inspired local artist is touching the lives of the military community as he gets the opportunity to see his patriotic drawing go from a concept on paper to a painted mural Monday with the help of a veterans nonprofit and the Five Hills Art Guild.
The Parks and Recreation will host its next Town Hall meeting at 5:30 p.m. July 26 at the Civic Center, 1206 W. Avenue B. For those unable to attend, the meeting will be broadcast on the Parks and Recreation Facebook page via Facebook Live. Any questions or concerns should be directed to Joe…
The Central Texas College Police Academy held a graduation ceremony Saturday for 17 cadets who completed the Basic Peace Officer course.
Central Texas College held a ribbon- cutting during its Friday Night Flights Tailfin Tailgate celebration June 23 to announce the addition of four new planes and a flight simulator for the school’s aviation science department.
Veterans and civilians joined together for a free picnic during the Star Group-Veterans Helping Veterans’ ninth annual Independence Day Celebration at the Civic Center on Saturday.
Residents both young and young at heart gained the city’s support after the council approved the release of funds to support Meals on Wheels delivery throughout the city and to after school programs at the Boys & Girls Club during a regular council meeting Tuesday.
Residents have been using one of the fire station’s driveways as a shortcut, sometimes while traveling at high speeds, according to city officials.
Police are warning residents to lock their cars and be vigilant against vehicle thieves during the summer months.
AUSTIN — Coryell County resident Tony Smith will be honored this fall by Texas first lady Cecilia Abbott for his dedication to the improvement of quality of life for local veterans.