Most children dream of what they want to be when they grow up; chief among those dreams are policeman, fireman, astronaut, even schoolteacher.
Music and magic will be taking center stage at the Copperas Cove Public Library this week as local entertainers perform for children and adults during the library’s Summer Reading Program.
Not long ago, in this column, I announced that my name would change to “Pappy” around the first week of November.
When the Art Quilt Study Group formed years ago, participants spent long periods of time trying to find a definition of exactly what was considered “art.” After many conversations, with many different viewpoints, we finally settled on “art is whatever you think it is.” In other words, art is…
Visitors to the Copperas Cove Public Library on Monday will be heading overseas — at least in their imaginations, as Elizabeth Kahura will be taking guests on an African safari.
I have lived and worked in the Killeen and Harker Heights area for more than half my life.
A few days ago we had a young man at our home giving us a quote on tree work. He asked my husband how long we had been married and when my husband responded, “17 years,” the man asked us what the secret to a happy marriage is.
The summer months have officially begun, and the Copperas Cove Public Library is ready to kick things into high gear with the start of the Summer Reading Program.
The Copperas Cove Public Library will be taking the day off Monday in order to observe Memorial Day, but staff and volunteers will be back to business as usual Tuesday.
It is Gaming Day weekend at the Copperas Cove Public Library, and that means Saturday will have a lot of options for gamers in the area.
Spring is well underway and that means temperatures in Texas are heating up.
The Copperas Cove Public Library is winding down a busy week, with today and Saturday the final days of National Library Week.
My friend, Mike Gentry, the chief of police of the Harker Heights Police Department, is retiring after 40 years in law enforcement. Twenty-two of those years were spent taking care of the residents of this city.
I’ve always admired landscape quilts.
Recently, I decided to upgrade my television viewing habits with new TV sets — a small one in the guest bedroom and a larger one for the living room.
Sadly, spring break is coming to an end this week and some schoolchildren are already loathing the return to classes.
About the only thing good about February is the Olympics. I have to confess that I’m an Olympics junkie.
The Copperas Cove Public Library has a busy week planned, if the schedule on the calendar is any indication.
The trip to Costa Mesa, California, a couple of weeks ago with my quartet HMMM, turned out like all other quartet competitions.
Many adults around Central Texas have been experiencing small rollercoasters of emotion in the past few weeks, as employers have begun handing out W-2s. The first emotion is typically joy at seeing the fruits of gainful employment, but it is quickly followed by dread as people realize tax se…
Staff and volunteers at the Copperas Cove Public Library are busy preparing for February, which starts Thursday, but there are still a few events scheduled for the end of January.
The Copperas Cove Public Library is taking several trips to the past with two different group meetings focused on medieval activities, one on Saturday and one on Wednesday.