By TJ MAXWELL

Cove Leader-Press

 

KILLEEN – The Copperas Cove Bulldawgs’ playoff chance looked to be on the verge of extinction after Killeen took a two-run lead in the third inning and juiced the bases with no outs in the fifth inning.

CCLP/LYNETTE SOWELL A TxDOT worker removes the cover of an Interstate 14 sign for the exit at the intersection of Bell Tower Drive and Highway 190 in Killeen. Interstate 14 stretches from Belton to the eastern boundary of Copperas Cove.

By LYNETTE SOWELL

Cove Leader-Press 

 

CCLP/PAMELA GRANT <br>  CCISD superintendent Joe Burns shows off an item during the live auction at the Boots & Buckles Gala. Money raised at the event goes to the Copperas Cove Education Foundation.

By PAMELA GRANT

Cove Leader-Press

 

Smiles and good-natured laughs were shared all around as CCISD superintendent Joe Burns and deputy superintendent Rick Kirkpatrick donned fancy women’s hats on Saturday night at the annual Boots & Buckles Gala for the Copperas Cove Education Foundation.

CCLP/LYNETTE SOWELL A TxDOT worker removes the cover of an Interstate 14 sign for the exit at the intersection of Bell Tower Drive and Highway 190 in Killeen. Interstate 14 stretches from Belton to the eastern boundary of Copperas Cove.
CCLP/PAMELA GRANT <br>  CCISD superintendent Joe Burns shows off an item during the live auction at the Boots & Buckles Gala. Money raised at the event goes to the Copperas Cove Education Foundation.
CCLP/DAVID J. HARDIN - Copperas Cove Soup Kitchen director Patrick Richardson and Kelly Jenkins of Central Texas Youth Services hold up the new Safe Place sign, which designates the soup kitchen as a place where at-risk youths can go if they are in trouble and need.

SAFE PLACE

By DAVID J. HARDIN
Cove Leader-Press

The Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Thursday the Copperas Cove Soup Kitchen.

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