• September 18, 2014

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Copperas Cove Police blotter

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Sign up for 4-H ongoing, fee $20 until Oct. 31

GATESVILLE — In Coryell County, “back-to-school” means “back-to-4-H,” and several of the dozen active 4-H Clubs in the county have already started meeting, said Annie May, county extension agent...

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Girls volleyball, kids football

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Students perform energetic show for Spirit Spectacular

Marching to the beat of a new school year, more than 400 musically talented students performed an energized 2014 Spirit Spectacular show at Bulldawg Stadium on Tuesday night.

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Friday 09/12/2014
Students get strong motivation to practice reading skills
Posted: September 12, 2014

Children clapped, stomped and cheered at the opportunity to open a good book as the new school year got underway at Clements/Parsons Elementary School.

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School welcomes grandparents for special lunch Halstead
Posted: September 12, 2014

The golden arches of chicken-nugget happy meals dotted the cafeteria Thursday as elementary students sat eating their noncampus lunch with grandparents. Although conversation might have been a little difficult for “Grandparents Day Recognition” in the noisy Hettie Halstead Elementary cafeteria, students were still able to give their grandparents handmade art saying thank you.

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Sign up for 4-H ongoing, fee $20 until Oct. 31
Posted: September 12, 2014

GATESVILLE — In Coryell County, “back-to-school” means “back-to-4-H,” and several of the dozen active 4-H Clubs in the county have already started meeting, said Annie May, county extension agent in charge of the organization.

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Aggravated sexual assault, burglaries, thefts, dope possession being investigated in Cove
Posted: September 12, 2014

Yet another aggravated sexual assault of a child was reported to police this week. While this heart-wrenching crime occurs in our city from time to time, it has shown its ugly face far too frequently during recent months. One of these horrific crimes is one too many.

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Copperas Cove Police blotter
Posted: September 12, 2014

Copperas Cove police reports indicated:

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News briefs
Posted: September 12, 2014

Girls volleyball, kids football

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Friday 09/05/2014
Cove High class prepares students for high tech career field
Posted: September 05, 2014

“Big freegin’ lizard,” line of sight, behind-the-wall scanner, rifle, shotgun, submachine guns, and a sniper.

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Kirby Lack wins runoff election for Place 5 City Council seat
Posted: September 05, 2014

COPPERAS COVE — The old political adage to “vote early and often” worked for the supporters of Kirby Lack, who was elected to the Cove City Council in a runoff election on the strength of early votes.

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Friday 09/05/2014
Education foundation gets $1,000 grant
Posted: September 05, 2014

School is underway and so are the fundraising efforts of the local education foundation to ensure innovative teaching programs continue in the Copperas Cove Independent School District.

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CCISD science teachers receive regional honors
Posted: September 05, 2014

Three Copperas Cove Independent School District teachers are starting the new school year off with accolades.

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FCCL team earns silver medal
Posted: September 05, 2014

Copperas Cove High School students who plan to become tomorrow’s business moguls went for the gold and came back with the silver.

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Aggravated robbery, thefts, assaults, sexual assault dominate crime scene
Posted: September 05, 2014

An aggravated robbery in the 100 block of First Street was reported to police this week, where $18 was stolen. Eighteen dollars! This crime is a first-degree felony, punishable by not less than five years and not more than 99 years imprisonment. How desperate, or mindless, must the perpetrator of this crime be to risk such consequences in exchange for an $18 payoff?

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Council approves 1.26-cent property tax rate increase
Posted: September 05, 2014

COPPERAS COVE — Councilman Jim Schmitz was the lone voice of dissent as the Cove City Council voted 5-1 on Tuesday for a 1.26-cent increase in the city’s property tax rate.

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Public a no-show at final hearing on proposed 1-cent increase
Posted: September 05, 2014

GATESVILLE — What was missing this week from the final public hearing on the proposed 1-cent increase in the Coryell County property tax was the public.

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Copperas Cove Police Blotter
Posted: September 05, 2014

Copperas Cove police reports indicated:

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News Briefs
Posted: September 05, 2014

NFL’s Punt, Pass and Kick

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Friday 08/29/2014
Generous donations equip school, students in need
Posted: August 29, 2014

It’s like the animals to Noah’s Ark. But they are coming in groups much bigger than just two. They are coming in boxes and bags and carloads.

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Cove House uses changes to make ‘a powerful difference’
Posted: August 29, 2014

While some organizations may fear change, Cove House uses it to benefit the homeless in Copperas Cove.

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