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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…

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Copperas Cove High School and Crossroads High School seniors will have an on-stage ceremony to receive their diplomas in front of immediate family members, as well as a virtual graduation and a parade in their honor as they complete their high school careers.

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COPPERAS COVE — Area veterans’ organizations responded quickly to last week’s executive order from Gov. Greg Abbott that closes bars and restaurant dining rooms for at least the next two weeks, but emergency and other assistance from those groups is still available.

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The city of Copperas Cove has established a coronavirus hotline that residents can call to speak to a city staff member to gain information about the virus, according to the city’s Facebook page.

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COPPERAS COVE — More than 50 people shrugged off overcast skies and a slight chill to take part in a waterway cleanup event sponsored by Keep Copperas Cove Beautiful Saturday morning.

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More than 400,000 babies are born in Texas annually. Preparing for first-time parenthood is met with many questions, concerns, and needs. From breastfeeding to diaper changing, even the simplest tasks can seem daunting as a new parent.

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Copperas Cove Five Hills Ambassador Briana Liles knows how to be a gracious loser. Year after year, she competed in the Miss Five Hills Scholarship Pageant. The first year, she did not place. The next couple of years, she placed but did not win.

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The Copperas Cove Solid Waste Department will allow city residents to bring their Christmas trees to the Solid Waste Transfer Station for recycling on Saturday, Jan. 4. Trees will be accepted from 9 a.m. to noon at the station, which is located at 2605 S FM 116. Trees will be accepted at no charge.

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Copperas Cove police Capt. Jeremy Alber thought he knew what he was getting into when he decided to enter last month’s Fort Worth Marathon, but nothing prepared him for the reality of trying to run non-stop for 26.2 miles – nearly the driving distance from Cove to Belton.