Over the past almost half a dozen years in the military, I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to forge friendships with people from all walks of life.
Next week at the Copperas Cove Public Library is expected to be light on scheduled events but heavy on people, as spring break tends to send people to the library as they look to find something fun to do.
When I returned to the United States after spending 18 out of 24 months overseas with the Army, I vowed to set down roots. And this past week I dug those roots right back up after deciding to move once again.
Not many of us get the chance to make our living sitting in front of an audio control board, speaking into a microphone and playing music over the radio to thousands of people.
The winter months are finally over, and the Copperas Cove Public Library is booked with events every week of March, which makes it a good place for residents to go to celebrate the warming temperatures of spring.
My oldest son is a real-life Dennis the Menace. He is sweet and caring about others with a deep yearning for adventure that tends to be a tad mischievous.
The montlhy Gaming Day event at Copperas Cove Public Library will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday and library Director Kevin Marsh said there should be several different types of games available for people to play if they come out.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. The store shelves are lined with chocolates and stuffed animals. There’s a wide array of cards to choose from in the card aisle. Year after year, we tend to purchase the same things.
Tax season is going strong right now, which means the Copperas Cove Public Library is seeing a steady influx of residents hoping to get free tax help from the AARP.
You’re going to think this is a quirky column, and I honestly agree, but I thought it would be interesting to share with you some of the famous people I’ve been privileged to meet, shaken hands with and interviewed while I was a radio station news director — or came in fairly close contact w…
One group that has been meeting monthly at the Copperas Cove Public Library for the past several months is planning to take its members outside the building tonight to expand their audience.
A new year frequently ushers in New Year’s resolutions. We resolve to lose weight or pay off debt, but how many of our resolutions are geared toward one of the most important relationships in our lives — our marriage?
An arctic cold front is expected to hit the area later this afternoon, so while the weather outside may be frightful, the Copperas Cove Public Library offers the warmth of friendship and good books with many of the upcoming events in January.
We are still smack dab in the middle of holidays right now, which means a couple of things: one, people might officially be getting tired of their extended family; and two, burying your face in a good book is one of the best ways to tell your extended family “Don’t talk to me right now.”
Christmas Day is only two days away, and New Year’s Day is only one week after that, so most people are planning to stay in their warm homes with their warm families and celebrate the season.
While we haven’t had a cold spell to scare us out of our warm-weather lull yet, it is coming. Prepare now for it by purchasing needed supplies for outside dogs.
There isn’t much in the way of events scheduled at the Copperas Cove Public Library next week, as staff and volunteers are preparing to spend the Christmas holiday with family and friends.
The weeklong Friends of the Library book sale still has two days left, but Copperas Cove Public Library Director Kevin Marsh said business has been booming during the week.
The Friends of the Library will start their weeklong book sale Monday, and they have several tables of books ready at the Copperas Cove Public Library. The sale will run Monday through Saturday and is open during the library’s normal business hours.
Next week is going to be a light one at the Copperas Cove Public Library because the doors are closed Thursday, Friday and Saturday so staff and volunteers can spend the Thanksgiving holiday weekend with their families.
I was both surprised and disappointed to learn the Quilter’s Newsletter Magazine would no longer be published. I learned this when I received my October/November issue in the mail. The announcement was printed in the “From the Editor” column at the front of the magazine. I was also feeling a…
The Copperas Cove Public Library is hoping to see a large group of teens for the Teen Reading Club on Thursday, because library Director Kevin Marsh has some new ideas to run past them for the upcoming renovations to the library.
The Copperas Cove Public Library has finalized its November calendar, and there are several events planned for the month. Many recurring groups and clubs have their events scheduled for their usual times, and one club is holding its second-ever meeting this Thursday.