By LYNETTE SOWELL
By LYNETTE SOWELL
I only lived in the city of my birth for the first six onths of my life.
On the copy of this missive that Isent to the threedozen exas community newspapers that bless me by printing this piece, I applied a headline that might or might not mechanically fit this paper’s
By KATHLEEN STARLINGCove Leader-Press Beautiful hydrangeas adorned cloth-topped tables and soft, sweet country breezes greeted those in attendance Saturday evening for the Noon Exchange Club sponso
By PAMELA GRANT Cove Leader-Press Running enthusiasts had the opportunity to showoff their skills while participating in an activity they enjoy at Saturday’s H-E-B Summer Run to Fun 5K.
AUSTIN – It was a disappointing conclusion to the Copperas Cove Bulldawgs’ run at a second-consecutive trip to the Texas State 7 on 7 Tournament in College Station.Despite falling to eventual champ
By TJ MAXWELL Cove Leader-Press he Copperas Cove Parks and Recreation youth baseball and softball leagues began their battles forsupremacy last week with champions being crowned in several divisi
Mounted Warfare Foundation vice president Bob Crouch presents Ted Smith and Caryl Ciccone with an autographed guitar for hosting the inaugural Homecoming for Heroes gala at the SC River Ranch in Oa
By DAVID MORRIS
By PAMELA GRANT Cove Leader-Press Pillar Bluff Vineyard in Lampasas offered ts patrons and potential patrons a sophisticated and classy dining experience Saturday night at their annual Steak and So
By WENDY SLEDD
Special to Leader-Press
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 CHUCK TAYLOR Cove Leader-Press The Coryell County 4-H clubsgathered together in Gatesville for their awards dinner last Thursday.Hundreds of youngsters and their families were on hand for a ste