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BURNET — Forecasters were calling for a 90 to 100% chance of rain and thunderstorms on Saturday, but that was not a deterrent for Junior Miss Five Hills Hayley Sawyer. Even Mother Nature could not dampen her excitement. It was the day of her first parade in which she would get to ride on the…

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Hayley Sawyer began to show signs of musical talent early in life, before she even began school. She developed a love of classical instruments and decided to start playing violin at the age of 5. She has been studying violin for three years, beginning locally for six months and then with an …

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COPPERAS COVE — From making pizzas out of recycled materials to cleaning under the concrete overpasses flanking the ravine at Copperas Cove’s Town Square Shopping Center, the city’s titleholders demonstrated commitment to keep the City Built for Family Living clean and beautiful.

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Residents had the opportunity to get to know all four of the mayoral candidates at a Chamber of Commerce forum on Monday at the Copperas Cove ISD administration building’s board room.

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S. C. Lee Junior High eighth grade science students worked as engineers and historical social commentators as they built tenement housing which was prevalent in New York City’s lower east side during the 19th century.

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A Coryell County grand jury indicted a Copperas Cove woman on two second-degree felony charges after police said she threatened two people with a claw hammer, according to court records.

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For Five Hills Art Guild member Sherri Wilson, the genesis of the annual Five Hills Bridge the Gap Arts Festival in Copperas Cove is a very simple.

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PFLUGERVILLE— The CCHS Pride of Cove Color Guard team brought home a second place trophy from the Texas Color Guard Circuit Area Competition at Hendrickson High School on Saturday. Their placement in the top four scores in their classification of Scholastic A qualified the Copperas Cove High…

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A head-on collision early Monday morning occurred outside Copperas Cove left one woman dead and sent two others, including a child, to nearby hospitals.

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Ashley Coombs loves to dance. The reigning 2018 Ms. Five Hills dances daily and shares her passion with children that she mentors to pursue the arts.

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S. C. Lee Junior High sixth grader Jalen Grant read Slider, Wedgie and Gizmo, Step Right Up, Refugee, and Sergeant Reckless, all Texas Bluebonnet Award nominees. But, which one would be voted the best book on the list of 20 in the Lone Star State?

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As part of a statewide effort to raise awareness, increase vigilance and report signs of human trafficking, the Texas Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Office of the Governor, law enforcement and industry partners, is launching its “On the Road to End Human Trafficking” i…

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