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While many were rushing to get out of the rain on Monday, several hundred people went to Bulldawg Stadium to hear and see the more than 300 talented youngsters perform during the Pride of Cove Spirit Spectacular show.

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Dyslexic students enrolled in the Copperas Cove Independent School District are getting a financial boost with their learning tools thanks to the efforts of Dorianna Gilbert, Junior Miss Copperas Cove Five Hills, who is a fourth-grader at Williams/Ledger Elementary School.

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Regardless of rain or shine, soaring temperatures or those below freezing, Jim Welling makes his way from school to school and administrative buildings transporting mail, water, furniture and any other items that must be transported within the district.

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MCGREGOR—It was a different experience for Ms. Five Hills Ashley Coombs and Young Miss Five Hills Allyssa Kimball. The two titleholders who have already made more than 70 appearances since being crowned in March found themselves on the other side of the table. Instead of being judged as a pa…

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Seventeen titleholders, three months, more than 1,000 hours of service. Members of the Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty were awarded the bronze Presidential Volunteer Service Award at the Copperas Cove City Council workshop and honored for the community service hours they have invested on be…

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Every year on this day, several CCISD schools honor and thank first responders in some way. This year, Hettie Halstead Elementary School students and staff honored and showed their appreciation for them with breakfast, a song by the students and posters of thanks.

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The site where an explosion more than two months ago tore through Coryell Memorial Hospital in Gatesville has been reduced to rubble, according to hospital spokeswoman Carly Latham on Tuesday.

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Coryell County Tax Office staff unloaded five voting machines for the Copperas Cove Independent School District’s tax ratification election on Tuesday afternoon,

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Coryell County is conducting a study to determine the feasibility of establishing a joint civilian/military use multimodal truck/rail cargo transfer facility in the region, according to a news release issued by the county.

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