• October 24, 2016


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New slew of books on library shelves offer something for all

It’s pretty much impossible to run out of books to talk about at the Copperas Cove Public Library, and it is no different this week as library staff and volunteers continue to sort and place new books on the shelf from the big end-of-year purchase in August.
Rubbernecking really makes a mess of things

I had originally thought I would write a nice, funny piece making up all kinds of fantastic stories (just to see who would believe them), since today just happens to be April Fool’s Day. With all the political tomfoolery going on, it would have been so easy, too.

Our cat is worse than a toddler now that he's 1

So our rescue cat, Vlad, recently turned a year old and shortly after celebrated his one-year adoption. His doting “mother” ensured he had a special treat of “T-U-N-A” (we can’t say that word out loud in our home), of course, followed by singing him “Happy Birthday” and giving him a new toy.

Voting is a right, but it helps if you vote

I was really excited to see the numbers of Coryell County residents who went to vote on Super Tuesday. Nearly 9,500 of the county’s 34,570 registered voters made it to the polls to have their voices heard, which is about 27 percent.

First black U.S. senator an inspiration to all

It’s Black History Month, so I thought I’d talk a little bit about someone who doesn’t seem to get a lot of good mentions for some reason, even though he’s a part of American history that truly should be highlighted.

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Learning lessons from Vietnam

For the last few weeks, I’ve been talking to Vietnam War veterans and doing a lot of research on the war.

It’s time for Central Texans to feel blue

I’m sure many Copperas Cove residents have noticed area roadways getting a bit more colorful lately.

Free the egg: Kinder Eggs, that is

What is the world’s best candy?

Get your rod, reel ready for fishing in Cove

I became giddy as a schoolgirl when I heard about what is coming up in Cove on Feb. 21.

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Don’t forget good moments couples share

When we say our marriage vows, we promise to love each other through all the good and the bad times our marriage will encounter.

23 complete chamber’s Vision XXI curriculum

Congratulations to the Harker Heights Chamber Vision XXI 2016 Class!

No toleration for bullying in Cove ISD

When I was in school, it all seemed normal. Sure, my friends and I were picked on in junior high, but we did our fair share of making fun of others as well. It was considered part of growing up.

Quilters need to spread the knowledge of craft far, wide

I have a friend who keeps telling me she thinks quilting is declining. But when you go to quilt shows, and particularly to the Houston International Quilt Show, I find that hard to believe.

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