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(BPT) - The school year is in full swing, and shopping for pens, pencils and notebooks is already a memory. In addition to these traditional supplies, many of today’s students have another tool – often underutilized – to help them succeed the in classroom: their smartphones and tablets.
TEMPLE — There’s no football team, student council or electives of any kind, but it would be difficult to overstate the excitement at this secondary campus.
LOS ANGELES — When the highly anticipated “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” premiered this fall on ABC, its ratings looked solid, if not downright heroic.
Legends in Major League Baseball are born in October. From riveting seven-game series to late-inning heroics, unforgettable moments in baseball history happen during the playoffs culminating in the most prestigious baseball event, the World Series.
A free six-week workshop on chronic disease self-management begins at 9 a.m. today on the first floor of Building 5, 802 N. Second St., Killeen.
MINNEAPOLIS — Robert Tranquillo came to the University of Minnesota in 1987 with a doctorate in chemical engineering and a budding interest in the mechanical forces that help wounds heal.
A blood drive held Saturday at H-E-B Plus! in Copperas Cove was a family affair for Candy Goderis, the store’s front end manager.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12
Victoria Arriaga, 17, is a sales associate at Old Navy in Harker Heights. She graduated from Killeen High School in June.
BAGRAM AIR FIELD, Afghanistan — As the only deployed physician assistant with 2nd “Black Jack” Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, Capt. La Tasha Gray, treats and cares for thousands of troops, a challenge she will not have to face alone while in Afghanistan.
300 bandanas for Peaceable Kingdom
Blood drive today at KPLE-TV
FORT HOOD — Precision, progression and integration are the three principles of the Army’s latest course aimed to standardize its morning exercise program.
It may sound like something out of science fiction, but doctors at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C., are making hearts. Not actual hearts, but three-dimensional synthetic models churned out by what looks like an ordinary printer.
Home-schooled students fill the Copperas Cove Armed Services Family Center twice a week to toss Frisbees, dribble basketballs and learn about physical education.
I have heard nothing but good comments about Sunday’s telecast of the PBA Team Bowling.
The Central Texas College Continuing Education Department announced recently it is offering a variety of new classes this month ranging from exercise to art to business.
“Activ"ly Learning, Nolanville ES, Kimberly Kosh: 350 students $4,000.00 all
It’s not common for students to be shifted from regular classes to more challenging courses in middle school, but one Copperas Cove Junior High student did just that.
By Rose L. Thayer
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Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.