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On its way up

On its way up

Kendra Hammack updates the thermometer that tracked donations to the annual Food for Families...

Schools hold open house

Schools hold open house

First grader Bela Mondragon, 6, shows off her school work to her parents Jose and Ingrid...

Rain plays role in playoff game

Rain plays role in playoff game

Rain and strong winds met players in Jonesboro’s regional playoff game Friday in Jarrell....

Congratulations, Eagles, On a great season!

Congratulations, Eagles, On a great season!

Front row, left to right: Ryan Kuzenka, Luke Jackson, Andres Sarmiento, Wyatt Young, Gage...

  • On its way up

  • Schools hold open house

  • Rain plays role in playoff game

  • Congratulations, Eagles, On a great season!


On its way up

Kendra Hammack updates the thermometer that tracked donations to the annual Food for Families drive. Donations, large and small, came into the Gatesville Fire Station, where they were weighed and taken to the Care Center. At press time, donations had reached 317,910 pounds worth of food.

Schools hold open house

First grader Bela Mondragon, 6, shows off her school work to her parents Jose and Ingrid Mondragon and fourth grader Vielka Gonzalez. Open house was held Thursday at all the local campuses.

 

Rain plays role in playoff game

Rain and strong winds met players in Jonesboro’s regional playoff game Friday in Jarrell. After leading most of the game, the Eagles fell to Calvert, 32-26, in overtime. Eagles Andy Sarmiento (14) and Tommy Isom (2) chase down a Calvert runner during the first quarter.

 

Congratulations, Eagles, On a great season!

Front row, left to right: Ryan Kuzenka, Luke Jackson, Andres Sarmiento, Wyatt Young, Gage Bragewitz, Joey Wilson, Jackly Melton, Blake Riley, Alex Sarmiento, Dustin Brown. Back row, left to right: Christian Baker, Derrick Miller, Cannon Dixon, Tommy Isom, Josh Smith, Thai Robuck, Josh Barnes, Danny Lopez, Jimmy Apodaca, Anthony Wise, Robert Robuck

 

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