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The unofficial results are in, and Gatesville voters have selected Charles Alderson and Linda Maxwell to fill the two vacant seats on the Gatesville Independent School District board.

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The Central Texas College Police Academy hosted a graduation ceremony recognizing the 17 cadets who completed the Extended Basic Peace Officer course.

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On Nov. 16, the Chamber of Commerce will participate in Small Business Saturday, and several area businesses have already indicated their own participation.

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Smiles were on the faces of children Saturday who wanted to be part of the Lil’ Rettes, which is the first step in becoming a member of the Copperas Cove High School Copperettes Dance Team.

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The city of Copperas Cove Parks and Recreation hosted its tenth town hall meeting Wednesday at the Copperas Cove Civic Center to inform and discuss upcoming projects being undertaken by the city’s parks and recreation division.

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Bonjour! Hola! Hujambo! Ni-Hau! Aloha! Hello! Start With Hello Week is a movement sponsored by the Sandy Hook Promise organization which was started by loved ones and family members of the victims of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in 2012.

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The percentage of latchkey children with working parents dropped by 42 percent from 1997 to 2011, according to the U. S. Census Bureau. About 14 percent of children aren’t supervised after school, down from 24 percent in 1997.

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Nearly 50 residents crowded inside the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8577 facility at 1506 Veterans Ave., and listened to candidates discuss their campaigns for city council or school board.

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The three races for City Council seats have attracted a wide array of candidates with varying ideas of how the city built for family living should press forward.

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Available trustee spots for the Copperas Cove Independent School District on the ballot this year are the positions of board trustees Place 1 and Place 2.

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Staff Sgt. Duane Temple could not be sure exactly when he would make it back home to his family from his overseas deployment. But, he knew he wanted it to be memorable. Unable to plan very far ahead due to the uncertainty of his arrival, Temple headed straight to his daughter’s school when h…

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Maria Delgado knew that teaching her native language and culture was what she truly wanted to do with her life. But, she had to take the necessary steps to reach her goal.

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On Monday, two new businesses opened doors at 1406 S. Farm-to-Market 116, Suite D: Stackin Tees & Cactus Lily Boutique.

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Google, Apple, Tesla, SpaceX. These company names are synonymous with business innovation. Cove High School senior Ashley Wilson sees herself among these state-of-the-art entrepreneurs within the next two decades.

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Studies show that students who do not have a healthy meal to start the day lose focus on their academics due to interruptions from hunger pains. New regulations from the USDA eliminates this challenge for Pre-K students across the nation.

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Alliance Exotic Ranch celebrated its second season of goat yoga with a new instructor, Monica Pellegrino, Sunday, Oct. 7. Participants brought their own mats to 501 Country Road 4884. The class started at 10 a.m.

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Gymkix’s opened early for its 24th toddler playtime Friday, Sept. 28. The free monthly event always occurs on a designated Friday. September’s theme was “Bubbles & Books.”

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Work continues by the Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty to represent the City of Copperas Cove and serve their community. With the first inaugural city multicultural festival accomplished, the 4th Annual Howl-O-Ween Puppy Pawlooza is held October 27. Six months of the titleholders’ year-long …

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In observance of Columbus Day, all city facilities including the Solid Waste Transfer Station will be closed on Monday, according to a news release.

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Town hall meetings were held Monday and Tuesday to discuss the possibility of arming teachers in the Gatesville Independent School District as a measure of preventing and aiding in the event of an active shooter.

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A second annual American Red Cross blood drive in honor of Lampasas High School graduate and Purple Heart recipient Chris Haley will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Trinity Lutheran Church, 518 U.S. Highway 90, according to a news release.

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The Coryell County Commissioners’ Court decided Monday to extend an offer of potential incentives to SpaceX in an effort to entice the company to expand operations into Coryell County.

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