By LYNETTE SOWELL Cove Leader-Press Dillon Joshua Dorsey, 28, was booked into the Coryell County jail on Tuesday morning on charges oftheft of a firearm and theft over $1,500 but under $20,000. Coryell County District Attorney said the charges came after Dorsey allegedly stole a “friend’s” vehicle and in the process, also stole a gun. Sgt.
Superman and I nearly went to the pokey this week. It all started innocently enough. We decided several months ago to spend our vacation in the beautiful New Mexico mountains.
President Barack Obama is less than stalwart in the fight against ISIS and doesn’t seem overly concerned about Vladimir Putin’s predation in Ukraine or China’s aggression in the South China Sea.
By LYNETTE SOWELL Cove Leader-Press “Replicators” aren’t just an element of science fiction anymore. On Monday the Copperas Cove Public Library unveiledits 3D scanner and printer to the public.
By KATHLEEN STARLING Cove Leader-Press Copperas Cove High School Class of 1970 held their 45th year reunion on Saturday at VFW Post 3393 in Kempner.
By TJ MAXWELL Cove Leader-Press Cove football standouts Phil Aumua, Trent Canion and Davonn Hopkins-Phelps are proud to be members of the Copperas Cove Bulldawgs and even more proud to be hand-pick
The Copperas Cove school district kicked off their plethora of summer sports programs and camps this week with the Dawg summer golf program for incoming students grades 7-12 and Dawg summer track,
By TJ MAXWELL Cove Leader-Press The Copperas Cove golf program has taken major strides over the past few years and looks to improve even more, starting on Monday.
By LYNETTE SOWELL Cove Leader-Press The Copperas Cove Independent School District board of trustees honored the CCISD’s 2015 retirees who have accumulated 252 years of experience in education, with