Recently appointed Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau President and CEO Silvia Spires has hit the ground running in her new position, reaching out to area business owners and working on her plan to increase tourism here with the help of concentrated social media marketing.
City officials celebrated the recent renovation of the Copperas Cove Utility Administration building on Wednesday evening with a ribbon cutting.
The city of Copperas Cove, with support from the Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce, will host a Utility Administration ribbon cutting ceremony at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday at 305 S. Main St.
In May, the city of Copperas Cove received the highest allocation of sales tax revenue from the state it has gotten — $692,560.39.
The annual Rabbit Fest held by the Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce got underway following an opening ceremony by Copperas Cove Mayor Bradi Diaz and Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce Interim President Ross Oliver at Copperas Cove City Park on Thursday.
Bob Jericho is excited to start his new position as the vendor at the Hills of Cove Golf Course in Copperas Cove.
The coronavirus pandemic hit small businesses especially hard. In the early weeks, consumers buoyed small businesses with gift card purchases and online fundraising campaigns. But as COVID-19 persisted and restrictions constrained operating hours, many independent businesses continued to struggle.
The director of Copperas Cove’s Economic Development Corporation, Jonas Titas, said he believes the final sales tax allocations for the city indicate the buying power in the city and that the data can be used to attract new businesses.
Families and their children took a stroll through Décor and More last Saturday during the store’s Easter Egg Hunt.
Copperas Cove classes, students and parents can submit nominations for their “hero” teachers for a chance to win him/her a free season pass to Cinergy, a $200 Target gift card and up to 30 $5 game cards and movie passes to give to their students.
The Copperas Cove Chamber and Visitors Bureau recognized the Cove House for its service to the community last Thursday during the Chamber mixer.
After living in Copperas Cove since 1999 and being actively involved in the community for the past two years as the president and CEO of the Chamber and Visitors Bureau, Alicia Menard announced Tuesday that it is time to make a permanent move out west.
As businesses were forced to close during the pandemic, some reopened at 25%, up to 75% and back down to 50% as the roller coaster continued. Copperas Cove High School DECA members worked with local businesses to offer solutions to these real-world challenges and the perseverance paid off.
Southern Hills Chiropractic, which recently opened in Copperas Cove, celebrated its opening in a grand way Saturday, punctuating the occasion with a ribbon cutting and offering guests a tour of the facility.
Area business owners Shwana Heinze and Amanda Sueoka have been friends since elementary school in Lampasas. They own separate businesses, and now they are combining under one roof in Copperas Cove.
The Copperas Cove Economic Development Corporation is looking ahead to the future and bringing industry to the city as it moves forward with a full staff, the corporation’s Executive Director Jonas Titas explained recently.
Copperas Cove residents can begin applying for a spot on the newly created Zoning Ordinance Review Committee. The seven-member committee will consist of three locally recognized members of the business community, the city said in a news release Wednesday.
Due to the rapid increase in the coronavirus and virus-related hospitalizations, businesses in both Coryell and Lampasas counties must revert to 50% capacity.
As the Christmas season neared full swing last Saturday, a local small business held its inaugural Christmas Bash food drive to benefit local nonprofit organizations.
Businesses have closed. Masks are required. A lot has changed in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Community members gathered at the Copperas Cove Civic Center for holiday shopping and food during the 26th annual Krist Kindl Markt bazaar on Saturday.
Miniature Miss Five Hills Josslynn Coombs dropped to her knees and admired the orange and red fiery sunset in a painting that depicted an oil well pumping crude oil in a Texas pasture. The work of art was one of many on display in Frames and Things with support of the Five Hills Art Guild fo…
Copperas Cove residents can begin apply for a spot on the newly appointed Zoning Ordinance Review Committee. The seven-member committee will consist of three locally recognized members of the business community, the city said in a news release Wednesday.
An annual toy drive hosted by Cinergy Cinemas in Copperas Cove began this week.
COPPERAS COVE – More than 100 sponsors from Copperas Cove, Killeen, Austin, Temple, Waco, and throughout the Central Texas region contributed to the 7th Annual Miss Five Hills Scholarship Pageant this year, allowing the organization to award contestants and winners more than $90,000 in colle…
KEMPNER — Shannon Caylor never seems to stop moving.
COPPERAS COVE — Retail stores in Texas were given the green light to re-open their establishments after an unprecedented shutdown that lasted more than a month due to COVID-19 pandemic. Being closed, retailers can’t pay their bills. But, they are not rushing to reopen without focusing on the…
COPPERAS COVE — On May 21 of last year, Bradi Diaz was sworn in as mayor of Copperas Cove. The ceremony came about a month after she won a special election against three other candidates seeking to fill the unexpired term of former Mayor Frank Seffrood. Seffrood died in December 2018 shortly…
COPPERAS COVE — While every community in Texas is bracing for the economic impact of spending most of April in a coronavirus quarantine, officials in Copperas Cove are cautiously optimistic about the latest sales tax distributions announced by the Texas Comptroller’s Office.
COPPERAS COVE — The Copperas Cove Police Department has named a winner in its first-ever Healthcare Heroes Door Decorating Contest.