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.

By DAVID J. HARDIN
Cove Leader-Press

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

CCLP/BRITTANY FHOLER - Stoney Brook resident Penny Weaver and culinary director Warrell Spence were crowned Queen and King of the Sock Hop at Stoney Brook Assisted Living’s sock hop themed 6th anniversary party on Friday.

By BRITTANY FHOLER
Cove Leader-Press

Stoney Brook Assisted Living celebrated its 6th anniversary in Copperas Cove with a 50s Sock Hop themed party open to the public Friday evening.

By LYNETTE SOWELL
Cove Leader-Press

With the closure of the Casa Ole’ Restaurant on the corner of Business 190 and Constitution Drive on June 30, 2013, the prime location at 2730 E. Bus. 190 has remained empty for nearly four years.

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.
CCLP/BRITTANY FHOLER - Stoney Brook resident Penny Weaver and culinary director Warrell Spence were crowned Queen and King of the Sock Hop at Stoney Brook Assisted Living’s sock hop themed 6th anniversary party on Friday.

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Kaysn Meier with the Copperas Cove 4-H holds her Grand Champion pound cake that she sold during the Coryell County Youth Fair and Livestock show for $600.

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