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A slice of Easter

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It wouldn’t be Easter without quiche.

Association holds annual meeting

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The Greater Killeen-Fort Hood USBC Association held its annual general membership meeting at VFW 9192 on Saturday.

Tips for getting things done

Tips for getting things done

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You’re hoping someone has a match.

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Briefs

Belton library will offer e-books

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BELTON — Belton’s Lena Armstrong Public Library will soon offer virtual books. The library received a $5,000 J. Frank Dobie Library Trust Awar…

Pentagon releases estimated impact of sequestration-level funding

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The Defense Department on Tuesday released a report documenting the damaging cuts to military forces, modernization and readiness that will be…

Lawsuit against Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center finalized

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A $6.5 million lawsuit against Fort Hood’s hospital was finalized by the U.S. attorney’s office earlier this month.

Eight students advance to UIL regionals

Eight students advance to UIL regionals

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Eight Copperas Cove High School students will advance to the regional University Interscholastic League (UIL) academic competition May 1-3 at …

Easter egg hunt brings smiles to special children

Easter egg hunt brings smiles to special children

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Matt Kane, 14, grinned as he looked over his silver wire-framed glasses, grooving to the music of Lady Antebellum on his handheld device.

Cat euthanization rate reduced at Cove Animal Control facility

Cat euthanization rate reduced at Cove Animal Control facility

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The City of Copperas Cove Animal Control facility euthanized 519 cats in 2013, which was more than half of the 950 impounded.

Cove Junior High School student one of 10 Texas Incredible Kids

Cove Junior High School student one of 10 Texas Incredible Kids

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Copperas Cove Junior High School student M’ryle Nycole Spencer was one of 10 area students recognized as 2014 Central Texas Incredible Kids at…

Road repair saga continues for homeowners on Kinney, Nathan drives

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GATESVILLE — There is an old saying that the road to hell is paved with good intentions.

‘Flush Out Abuse’ campaign launched to combat child abuse

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Mikayla Miller wants to help “flush out child abuse” — she even has the toilet to prove it.

Cove library keeps busy with dual events this week

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The Copperas Cove library had dual festivities throughout the week starting with the kickoff of National Library Week and ending with the obse…

An abundance of Easter activities planned today through Sunday

An abundance of Easter activities planned today through Sunday

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There are an abundance of Easter activities today through Sunday in Cove.

4-18-2014 Police blotter

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APRIL 15

Annual Spring Clean-Up set for April 26

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The Copperas Cove Solid Waste Department will host the annual Spring Clean-Up event from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 26.

Dreaming of beaches and car parks

Dreaming of beaches and car parks

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Andrew Mack, 39, has lived in the Cove area for nine years and currently works at the Cricket store.

A vivid remembrance of an American tragedy

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Three were killed, hundreds were injured and thousands were cheated.

Not all dogs make a perfect thunder buddy

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Spring storms sure can do a number on our houses and vehicles. They can also do a number on our dogs. How does your dog fare in a thunderstorm…

Cove’s Perez, Castillo advance to regional meet

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It does not get much closer.

Lady Bulldawgs return to softball playoffs

Lady Bulldawgs return to softball playoffs

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The Copperas Cove Lady Bulldawgs softball team will participate in the postseason for the second consecutive year.

Knights golf tourney is April 26

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The 10th annual Sean French Memorial Knights of Columbus Golf Tournament will be held April 26 at the Hills of Cove Golf Course in Copperas Cove.

Easter musical returns for eighth year

Easter musical returns for eighth year

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The dramatic Easter musical “More than Just a Man” is so real it causes the audience to shrink back in their chairs as Jesus is raised onto the cross.

Cove students’ patriotic art honored by VFW

Cove students’ patriotic art honored by VFW

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COPPERAS COVE — The Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary Post 8577 recognized students who participated in the Young American Patriotic A…

Knights of Columbus host Lenten fish fry

Knights of Columbus host Lenten fish fry

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Every year around Lent, many Knights of Columbus all over the country host all-you-can-eat fish fries to support local and national charities …

Delano dominates Grey Wolves

Delano dominates Grey Wolves

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Before Copperas Cove faced host Shoemaker on Tuesday night, the Bulldawgs starting pitcher Bryce Delano had a conversation with his catcher Mi…

Living

Egg-cellent fun for kids at area hunts

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The city of Killeen’s annual Easter “eggstravaganza” is Saturday.

Out & About in Central Texas

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Que 4 Kids raises funds for local nonprofit

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Lone Star Que 4 Kids, a local first-year charity that raises funds for child abuse prevention, will host a barbecue competition April 24-26 at…

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UIL competition

UIL competition

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From left, students Lubbock bound in May for regional competition are, first row, Bridgette Bien, Deleah Ames, Taylor Hyles, and Bryce Alexander; second row, Nathaniel Butler, Marques Keeler, and Ross Alexander, and, back row, Ariana Chaco, Immanuel Martinez, Laura Parvis and David Spicer.

'More than Just a Man'

'More than Just a Man'

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Actors portray the final days of Jesus’ life in “More than Just a Man,” an Easter production presented by the Cove Church of the Nazarene on Friday, April 18, 2014, and Saturday, April 19, 2014, at 7 p.m.

Letter from law firm

Letter from law firm

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This letter from the Austin-based Denton, Navarro, Rocah, Bernal, Hyde & Zech law firm, which represents the Copperas Cove city government, was sent to the Texas attorney general's office last month in response to a Freedom of Information Act request from the Killeen Daily Herald. Copperas Cove is in the process of amending its FY 2014 budget to account for an unexpected expense: $67,000 in legal fees, mainly from processing Freedom of Information Act requests.

Cove Easter egg hunt excites children

Cove Easter egg hunt excites children

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Harmoni Wright, of Cove North Headstart, runs Thursday with her basket during the Easter egg hunt near her school in Copperas Cove.

Coryell County honors 196 employees

Coryell County honors 196 employees

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Brenda Beebe, of the Coryell County tax assessor/collector’s office, proudly shows her certificate of service for 20 years working for the county as Commissioner Jack Wall looks on. Beebe was one of the county’s 196 employees honored for their efforts during the annual appreciation lunch at the Gatesville Civic Center on Thursday.

The National Banks of Central Texas

The National Banks of Central Texas

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Clients from The National Banks of Central Texas wait in line to be served while taking care of their banking needs while visiting the bank, Tuesday, April 15, 2014 at The National Banks of Central Texas in Copperas Cove. The bank is celebrating 125 years of business.

Derrick Williams Signs with North Dakota State University

Derrick Williams Signs with North Dakota State …

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Derrick Williams, II, a senior at Harker Heights signs his letter of intent to wrestle at North Dakota State University as his sister, Jasmine Williams, father Derrick Williams, brother, Shawn Gordon and mother Sharron Williams congratulate him during a signing ceremony in his honor, Thursday, April 17, 2014 at Harker Heights High School.

Derrick Williams Signs with North Dakota State University

Derrick Williams Signs with North Dakota State …

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Derrick Williams, II, a senior at Harker Heights signs his letter of intent to wrestle at North Dakota State University as his father Derrick Williams look on during a signing ceremony in his honor, Thursday, April 17, 2014 at Harker Heights High School.

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