• July 29, 2014

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County to try again for federal grant to hire deputies

GATESVILLE — On Monday, Coryell County will take another swing at getting federal grant money to hire and equip three deputies trained to handle mental health cases.

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New Cove ISD PIO, old Cove ISD PIO make special connection

When Olga Peña started as the Copperas Cove Independent School District’s public information officer, Wendy Sledd, then the Cove Herald editor, invited Peña to lunch so the two could get to know each other.

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