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
By KATHLEEN STARLING Cove Leader-Press Star Group - Veterans Helping eterans (SG-VHV) held their monthly meeting Saturday at noon Approximately 70 attended with over a dozen first-time guests.
Governor Greg Abbott has until June 21 to give bills recently passed by the Texas Legislature his final consideration before signing them, letting them take effect without his signature or vetoing
In going through photos of my travels in the past several years, I’ve noticed a recurring theme I have. For some reason, whenever I see a bookstore, I’ll grab a picture of it.
By LYNETTE SOWELL
Most people get confused when they hear the word diet. What comes to mind is painfully eating only bland salads and tasteless foods.