CCLP/LYNETTE SOWELL - A sign is up at the site of Smart Liquor, located at 2202 West Highway 190 Suite 200, near the Valero at the intersection of West Highway 190 and Big Divide Road.
By LYNETTE SOWELL
Cove Leader-Press
 
CCLP/LYNETTE SOWELL - A student team practices their presentation in a hallway at CCHS during the DECA Region V district conference held Saturday. Nearly 1,000 students came from 26 area high schools to compete for a shot to advance to the state competition in San Antonio.
By LYNETTE SOWELL
Cove Leader-Press
 
Nearly 1,000 students from 26 Texas high schools, some as far away as Stephenville, converged on Copperas Cove High School Saturday morning for the annual DECA Region V District Conference.
 
COURTESY PHOTO  - Christy Kirkpatrick, Marketing & Admissions Coordinator of Copperas Cove Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, and Heather Beaver, the center’s administrator, present a check for $250 to Brian Hawkins, executive director of Cove House Emergency Homeless Shelter, last Friday. The center’s parent company, Gulf Coast Long Term Care, selected the soup kitchen and Cove House for donations this year.
By LYNETTE SOWELL
Cove Leader-Press
 
Two Copperas Cove nonprofit organizations that regularly come to the aid of locals in need received some aid as well.
 
CCLP/LYNETTE SOWELL - A sign is up at the site of Smart Liquor, located at 2202 West Highway 190 Suite 200, near the Valero at the intersection of West Highway 190 and Big Divide Road.
CCLP/LYNETTE SOWELL - A student team practices their presentation in a hallway at CCHS during the DECA Region V district conference held Saturday. Nearly 1,000 students came from 26 area high schools to compete for a shot to advance to the state competition in San Antonio.
COURTESY PHOTO  - Christy Kirkpatrick, Marketing & Admissions Coordinator of Copperas Cove Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, and Heather Beaver, the center’s administrator, present a check for $250 to Brian Hawkins, executive director of Cove House Emergency Homeless Shelter, last Friday. The center’s parent company, Gulf Coast Long Term Care, selected the soup kitchen and Cove House for donations this year.
Copperas Cove residents came out to the grand opening of Pet Supplies Plus over the weekened. Shoppers had the chance to cast votes for one of three local shelters to receive a $1,000 donation from Pet Supplies Plus, with the other two shelters each receiving $250.

GRAND OPENING

By DAVID J. HARDIN 

The weekend’s cold temperatures didn’t deter local residents from coming out to celebrate the grand opening of Pets Supplies Plus in Copperas Cove.

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