For nearly half a century, Spivey’s Corner, North Carolina has made a name for itself as the epicenter of good ol’ time hollerin’. But what exactly does hollerin’ entail? Well, before cell phones, cats or electricity, farmers had to rely on the strength of their voices to carry messages across the countryside. Today, the hollerin’ heritage is kept alive and booming, all thanks to folks like Sheila, Robby, Tony, and other winners of Spivey’s National Hollerin’ Contest.
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- 3rd Cavalry Regiment deploying to Iraq
- Jack Welch, long time Copperas Cove coach, gone from district
- Drive-by shootings concern Killeen military family
- Parent arrested, allegedly slapped student who fought with her son
- Rico Doyle heading to trial on Killeen capital murder charges
- As community wonders, Copperas Cove officials remain silent on football coach
- What’s going on with longtime Cove coach, AD, Jack Welch?
- Community reacts to Welch’s departure from Cove
- Killeen ISD police charge student at Palo Alto with assault
- Copperas Cove football coach and AD Jack Welch reportedly gone
The Copperas Cove Civic Center, 1206 W. Ave. B, will be the site of the Parks and Recreation Department town hall meeting to be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
Operation Stand Down Central Texas will hold a fundraiser for homeless veterans during the annual Texas A&M University-Central Texas picnic on Friday.
COPPERAS COVE - In an effort to reach senior citizens, disabled and homebound residents in the city, the Copperas Cove Police Department has started the “Are You OK?” (R U OK) Telephone Reassurance Program.