• October 27, 2016

Wendy Sledd

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‘A’ student gets fired up about grades

Madelyn Miller has a temper. The Copperas Cove sixth-grader said she gets fired up when it comes to her grades.

We don’t have to agree in order to get along

Jan. 1 brought a lot of changes into our already changing world. In the last 10 days, I have heard many conversations among people who are in disagreement with new laws, religious choices, and personal preferences.

Adoption changes many lives, in profound ways

I am always amazed when I see things come full circle.

The military has changed my life in important ways

I was raised with tradition, taught to respect my elders, my country, and all who come across my path. I was reared by my grandparents. My grandfather migrated to the United States from Czechoslovakia during the Nazi regime and he valued freedom in the deepest sense. His heart swelled with pride when he found I was marrying a military man.

Copperas Cove already feels like home to me

We military spouses say “Home is where the Army sends us.” As I made my 15th military move from Germany to Fort Hood in August, I was excited to be moving to Texas.

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