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‘Pro’ to finally get his due

‘Pro’ to finally get his due

Many thought the final chapter had been written 50 years ago. Not so. While the stories remain...

Dig it out

Dig it out

Gracie Lee goes low for the ball during a workout last week at Gatesville High School. Linda Hoti...

Saturday fire destroys VFW post

Saturday fire destroys VFW post

Local veterans were in shock Saturday morning as the news spread that the William Elmo Powell...

GISD holds town hall meeting

GISD holds town hall meeting

A wide range of topics was covered Thursday when the Gatesville Independent School District hosted...

  • ‘Pro’ to finally get his due

  • Dig it out

  • Saturday fire destroys VFW post

  • GISD holds town hall meeting


Saturday fire destroys VFW post

Local veterans were in shock Saturday morning as the news spread that the William Elmo Powell Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8230 was heavily damaged by fire. Fire authorities said the building was a total loss.

GISD holds town hall meeting

A wide range of topics was covered Thursday when the Gatesville Independent School District hosted a town hall meeting in the elementary school. Approximately 150 attended the meeting and asked about a wide range of issues from literacy to teacher salaries to discipline to teacher turnover to morale and much more. 

‘Pro’ to finally get his due

Many thought the final chapter had been written 50 years ago. Not so. While the stories remain constant and the interest keen, there certainly will come a time when it will only be shared off the pages of a book. But, until then, there still lives a strong thread among the people who shared the final year of the existence of Turnersville High School.

Dig it out

Gracie Lee goes low for the ball during a workout last week at Gatesville High School. Linda Hoti is shown preparing to react to the play.

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