After an assembly on bicycle safety, Hettie Halstead student got the opportunity to ride their bikes around the block with police escort.
By PAMELA GRANT
Cove Leader-Press
 
The school year is almost over and soon children all over Cove will have an entire day to fill. 
 
The Bulldawgs concluded their spring practices with a spirited back-and-forth contest in their annual Blue and Gold Spring Game Thursday night at Bulldawg Stadium. The Dawgs wrapped up their 18 practices in 30 days in the same fashion they’ve played all year - battling - with the White team just edging the Blue team, 27-26.
Despite beginning their seasons back in April, most teams have only been able to get three or four games in. Between the monthlong deluge of rain and the Rabbit Festival break, many teams have played only one or two games in May and the city parks have been closed for practice much of the month.
 
After an assembly on bicycle safety, Hettie Halstead student got the opportunity to ride their bikes around the block with police escort.

Hearing no

For more than 15 years, I’ve made my way through the fiction writing world and I’ve seen a lot of changes. I’ve heard yes a number of times from publishers, editors and agents.

Police Officer

 
Police Officer Jose Cazarez received the Noon Exchange  Club of Copperas Cove Police Officer of the Quarter Award from Secretary Pat Thomas.
 

State winners

CCHS TAFE members Jacinda Thurmon, Mackensi Holt, Serena Villa and Armari Weems  present a skit to persuade delegates at the Texas Association of Future Educators Conference to vote for the chapt

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