No one likes to dwell on death. Well, with tongue firmly in cheek, maybe funeral directors and perpetual care cemetery owners.
By LYNETTE SOWELL Cove Leader-Press The mood was celebratory and at times somber during Saturday’s Independence Day picnic hosted by Star Group – Veterans Helping Veterans.
By LYNETTE SOWELL Cove Leader-Press99 bouquets and wrapped flowers were “abandoned” in Copperas Cove on Saturday afternoon, but it wasn’t because no one wanted the flowers.
By TJ MAXWELL Cove Leader-Press he Copperas Cove Summer Track program had a good turnout in their final meet of June.
By TJ MAXWELL Cove Leader-Press The 8-and-under and 10U divisions of the Copperas Cove Parks and Recreation Youth Baseball League closed out the season with the Astros completing the season sweep
By LYNETTE SOWELL Cove Leader-Press Locals have plenty of events to choose from for the upcoming Fourth of July weekend.
By LYNETTE SOWELL Cove Leader-Press What started as a simple plan for a few familiesand friends at Highland Park, morphed into a public water balloon fight of Texas-size proportions on Sunday afte
By CHUCK TAYLOR Cove Leader-Press Candy Outfitters held their rand opening here in CopperasCove at 185 W.
Ariel Draper, daughter of Richard and Anne Derby and a student at Fairview/Jewell Elementary School in Copperas Cove ISD has been selected to.travel to Dallas/Fort Werth to participate in a summer
ABOVE: The Copperas Cove Crusaders pose for a picture after finishing third in the Five Star basketball tournament’s WNBA Open Elite Division this weekend in Georgetown.
Clay Allison, the two-gun time bomb who called himself a “shootist,” died on Jun. 30, 1887 notfrom a bullet but under the wheels of his own wagon. There were two Clay Allisons.