Dawgs travel to Belton for District 12-6A game
Alarming failure rates among Texas students fuel calls to get them back into classrooms
	BLUE SANTA RIDES AGAIN
COVID-19 hospitalizations in Texas increase after a September plateau
Abbott said Texas counties can allow bars to reopen; only 1 of the state’s 10 biggest counties has said it will
New COVID cases, hospitalizations in Texas plateau after falling from record highs in July

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Alarming failure rates among Texas students fuel calls to get them back into classrooms

As fall progresses, Texas public school superintendents are realizing that virtual instruction simply is not working for thousands of students across the state.

Texas COVID-19 hospitalizations, cases increase after September’s plateau

The Texas Tribune is using data from the Texas Department of State Health Services to track how many people have tested positive for the novel coronavirus in Texas each day.

	BLUE SANTA RIDES AGAIN

The Blue Santa program participates in a past parade in Copperas Cove.

Sports

	Acts, deeds of educators in the classroom

A friend emails a daily devotional to an educator membership group all over the state. His group is called Educators Christian Fellowship.

Dawgs travel to Belton for District 12-6A game

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The Copperas Cove Bulldawgs travel to Belton tonight, looking for their first District 12-6A win of the year.

Changing colors, school mascot

How do you feel about your alma mater arbitrarily changing school colors on uniforms? How about changing the mascot or altering the name? How does it happen?

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Opinion

Fly in the hairspray

A rule of thumb: If you have to say that you’re a tough guy, you’re not, and you’re certainly not “invincible” either. But that’s the fantasy President Donald Trump has been peddling.

Amy Coney Barrett for health care czar

Amy Coney Barrett has accomplished many things in her career. Becoming an authority or a policy maker on health care isn’t one of them.

Bob Franken

The October surprise happened in September, but it was certainly a jarring surprise. Normally in a presidential race, it will be engineered by supporters of one candidate against the other.

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