Retired Army veteran Robert Smith told the city to “do the right thing” at a Sept. 5 regular City Council meeting.
Accompanying Julianne Perry to the 1st Cavalry Division rededication ceremony were her children she had with her late husband, a 6-year-old daughter, Lena, and 5-year-old son, Gavin.
Goggles — check.
The police department is asking for the community’s help in identifying two males in a fraud case from last month.
The Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a political forum from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Cove to feature two events for National Night Out
The Veterans of Foreign Wars District 14 commander Lora Land (Post 9191) and VFW Auxiliary president JoJo Kilgore (Post 4008) will host a district meeting Saturday at VFW Post 3892 in Harker Heights.
Volunteers representing dozens of local, state and national organizations are working alongside federal, state, tribal, territorial, and local responders to address the immediate needs of survivors affected by Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
Investigators in Lampasas are confident the remains of a man found hanging from a tree are those of Joshua Pendleton, 30, last seen about 11 a.m. Sept. 2 and reported missing Sept. 6, police said Tuesday.
About 50 residents had a chance to give a Fathom Water Systems a piece of their mind concerning billing and metering questions.
Residents had a chance to see what the future may look like in in the city.
A Coryell County resident who owns a $100,000 home would see an increase in property taxes of about $51.60 annually.
The public is invited to a grand opening celebration and ribbon-cutting for The Hair Lounge from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the salon’s location, 2408 Clear Creek Road, Suite 104, Killeen.
Skimming device found at local Cove store
Robert Stroup describes himself as not being a very good teacher his first couple of years in the education field. But he credits strong mentors who had the courage to tell him where he needed to improve and took the time to guide him and mold him that made him into the better teacher he is today.
Copperas Cove High School is hosting a two-day blood drive from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday at 400 S. 25th in the gym.
The U.S. Army Operational Test Command will host its 24th annual Operational Testers’ Hall of Fame induction ceremony — honoring two new inductees — at 10 a.m. Sept. 22 at its headquarters at Fort Hood.
Students in the Copperas Cove Independent School District will have more technology in their buildings.
More than 250 stood behind Copperas Cove High School student Hayleigh Walker and her call for the awareness of teenage suicide prevention.
September 11 is a date many of us will not soon forget as it was the ultimate 911 emergency.
Applications for boards due to city secretary by Monday
Hurricane Harvey blew into Texas as a category 4 storm, but Copperas Cove Independent School District students and staff are not to be outdone when it comes to proving that they too are a force to be reckoned with.
Daniel West and Taylor Kelley just made history. The two Copperas Cove High School graduates were named candidates for the American FFA Degree, which is the highest degree bestowed by the National FFA Organization.
The sprint triathlon, sponsored by Fort Hood Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, brought together about 100 athletes ranging in age from 9 and up.
The Copperas Cove Independent School District hires about 100 new teachers annually. With a shortage of school teachers nationwide, CCISD is now growing its own through classroom aides and launched a paraprofessional education assistance program this year.
Fred, a gummy worm, is stuck on a plastic cup that has flipped over and his candy Lifesaver jacket is trapped underneath his boat. Can the students in teacher Swantje Drayton’s third-grade science class at Hettie Halstead Elementary School save him from drowning in time?
FRIDAY, Sept. 15
CenTex MOAA chapter to host events
There is no telling how expensive Hurricane Harvey will be to Texas.
Former residents could not believe their eyes when Norman Potter opened The Bru Thru Bottle Shop at 1905 Business U.S. Highway 190.
The City Council spent more than three hours during a meeting and workshop Tuesday, passing a budget, a tax rate for 2017-2018, removing its Economic Development Corporation chairman and setting new water and sewer rates.
When classes started at East Ward Elementary School, the students and teachers saw a welcome sight — Texas A&M University-Central Texas Social Work professor, Claudia Rappaprt, and six social work students, in a caravan of four cars, delivering school supplies to one of Killeen’s needies…
The Animal Shelter will host its monthly free adoption event Thursday and Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The shelter is at 1601 North First Street/North Farm-to-Market 116.
Mae Stevens Early Learning Academy is serving nearly 600 local children ready to begin their journey in education.
The unit charged with testing new gear for the Army held a preventive safety stand down Aug. 30 at Fort Hood.
City Council members spent more than three hours discussing a number of items during a workshop and regular meeting Tuesday.
Nearly everyone from Gatesville and the Copperas Cove area pitched in to help the evacuees from Hurricane Harvey, according to Coryell County Emergency Management Coordinator Bob Harrell.
“We are all about assisting veterans on their journey, pointing them in the direction to receive the help they need to live better” said Jonathon Hayward, president of Star Group-Veterans helping Veterans.
A building a year in the making was highlighted during the City Council meeting and workshop Tuesday.
The Killeen Special Events Center, 3301 S. W.S. Young Drive, is a centralized site for donations, though Bell County Judge Jon Burrows said Thursday that the evacuees’ needs have been met and further donations of food and clothing are not being accepted.
CCISD now accepting free and reduced lunch applications
Carleigh Ross has known since she was a sophomore that she wanted to attend the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, a private Christian-based college nestled in Belton.
Fort Hood officials are in the planning phase for support of several recent Federal Emergency Management Agency requests.
Teachers, administrators, counselors, installation representatives, parents, and specialists throughout the United States experienced speakers addressing the theme of Military Children: A Constellation of Strengths and Challenges at the Military Child Education Coalition Annual National Trai…
BELTON — The 2017 Central Texas State Fair will be held at the Bell County Expo Center today to Sunday.
Copperas Cove High School student Aryana McConico enjoys the feel of a college campus. She now has the opportunity to a year early.
Following a land swap with Coryell County, the city will move City Council meetings.
A budget meeting is scheduled next week for residents in Coryell County to discuss the budget.
A total of 10 residents in the Copperas Cove area have applied for positions on the Copperas Cove City Council and Copperas Cove Independent School District board of trustees.
Everyone seemed to be excited about the first day of school at Copperas Cove Independent School District.
Members of the Copperas Cove board of trustees approved more than $80 million in budgets and approved the tax rate Tuesday during a special meeting.