Copperas Cove Independent School District principals got the nod from several government entities Tuesday night as part of National Principals Month.
Since taking on the task of doing the “On the Bookshelf” column, one group’s name I hear almost every other day is Friends of the Library.
The worst possible crime scenario played out in Copperas Cove this week with the reported homicide of a Cove resident.
The screams were deafening in the House Creek Elementary School gymnasium Monday, but there was no sporting event going on. Instead, students were yelling in support of healthy food choices such as Super Apple, Carrot Stick and Fanny Fruit Salad.
Copperas Cove police reports indicated:
You hear it all the time — There’s nothing for the youth to do in Copperas Cove. But for students at Martin Walker Elementary School, there is not enough time to do everything offered.
There is no specific season during which thefts occur in Copperas Cove or anywhere in Central Texas, for that matter.
Every month the Copperas Cove library explores all things medieval during the monthly medieval arts and sciences program, where patrons are invited to demonstrations from sewing — the topic for this month — to basic skills on how to don and protect oneself with armor.
COPPERAS COVE — A single household can produce a sizable amount of recyclable trash. Multiply that by 8,000 students and 1,600 staff, and the total reusable refuse produced is thousands of pounds weekly.
S.C. Lee Junior High School seventh-grader Julie Royal, 13, already accepted Rachel’s Challenge, but she watched the presentation again with her dad, Sean Royal, on Sept. 15 at Lea Ledger auditorium.
In his 31-year career with the U.S. Postal Service, and now as human resources director for the city of Copperas Cove, Roy “Jeff” Davis has seen one constant variable: people.
Call it girl power. Call it female domination. But, the girls at Copperas Cove High School are in charge and calling the shots for the 2,000-plus student body.
Copperas Cove police are still looking for the man who robbed the Texas Partners Credit Union at gunpoint on Sept. 25. According to the report, the perpetrator walked into the credit union shortly after 2:05 p.m. Thursday and brandished a handgun at a teller before leaving the banking facility with an undisclosed amount of money.