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GATESVILLE — More than 30 million people, or nearly 10% of the population of the United States, have diabetes or prediabetes. Nearly 3 million people in Texas, almost 15 percent, have the disease which includes serious complications such as heart disease, stroke, amputation, end-stage kidney…

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Eight middle-schoolers made history last week when they all won the Scripps National Spelling Bee after the judges ran out of words to ask them to spell. There had never been more than two spellers sharing the top honor before.

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Bridget Joseph has a heart for children — especially children who need some extra guidance to get on the right path. This passion is what brought her to Crossroads High School, Copperas Cove ISD’s alternative school of choice, and Joseph has never left.

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About two dozen people joined the Copperas Cove Noon Rotary Club and several special guests last weekend to dedicate three pavilions the club has donated to the city.

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Copperas Cove Police Chief Eddie Wilson is looking forward to working with the three new police officers who are joining his department after graduating from the Central Texas College Police Academy Saturday.

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“Taps” is a bugle call played by the United States Armed Forces at dusk, during flag ceremonies, and funerals. The official military version is played by a single bugle or trumpet.

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More than 400 Copperas Cove seniors graduated last Saturday in a ceremony that was so crowded that friends and family of the graduates were forced to sit in the aisles of the Bell County Expo Center. The 466 graduates were filled with excitement as they prepared to begin the next stage of life.

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The rabbits were hopping in the same colors as the hills in the City of Copperas Cove logo on each stand of the parade float used by the Copperas Cove Five Hills royalty as they rolled through the 39th Annual Rabbit Fest Parade Saturday. These same rabbits could also be seen hopping in vario…

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Jr. Miss Five Hills Naomi Williams carefully folded the napkins and placed each one decoratively on the plates that rested in front of each chair as if anticipating the arrival of their special guests. Williams hosted her second annual Mother’s Day Tea Saturday at the Copperas Cove Nursing a…