By WENDY SLEDD Special to Leader-Press “’Always chicken feed! Day after day--year after year--I’m sick of it!’ squawked Big Brown Rooster in the book by Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel.
By LYNETTE SOWELL Cove Leader-Press The beginning of the school year is a little less than four weeks away, but already members of the Pride of Cove Band are showing up early at the high school and
By WENDY SLEDD Special to Leader-Press The sun beats down as the Texas heat hovers round the 100 degree mark.
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.
At approximately 9:10 p.m., Friday, July 24, Coryell County Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 call in reference to a neighbor being assaulted.
By LYNETTE SOWELL Cove Leader-PressAfter about one year of saving can tabs from aluminum cans, on Tuesday the members of the Copperas Cove chapter of Altrusa International presented more than 27 po
By LYNETTE SOWELL
Maybe you’re well on your way to finishing that book of yours, whether it is a novel or a memoir, or a collection of family stories. Good for you.
By PAMELA GRANT Cove Leader-Press Friday evening, the Five Hills Art Guild officially unveiled their first mural in Copperas Cove.
By TJ MAXWELL Cove Leader-PressPeyton Fox, a middle school student from Copperas Cove, recently competed his second tour of the Manning Passing Academy.
By TJ MAXWELL Cove Leader-PressToday’s technology-driven lifestyle has spurred many children and adults to seek new ways to get their daily allotment of exercise.