School bells rang Monday morning in four area school districts, summoning students back to the classroom after the summer vacation. First grade teacher Leanna Bates is shown welcoming Logan Tippit during last week’s “Meet the Teacher.”
What will happen when momentum clashes head-on with a budget? Coryell County commissioners will have to answer that question before the 2014-2015 budget is approved. At Monday’s regular commissioners’ meeting, members of the Coryell County Economic Development Board (EDB) renewed their request for $70,000 in the budget. But the latest request is quite different than what had been presented previously.
Silver is not worth nearly as much as gold. Unfortunately for the Gatesville Hornets, they were forced to settle for the former Saturday in their hosted volleyball tournament. After making mincemeat of their fi rst four tournament opponents between Thursday and Saturday, the Hornets were undone by New Caney Porter, 25-18, 25-17, in the title match, which brought their season record to 13-3.
Gatesville’s libero, Makaylee Mueller, makes a pass from her spot in the back row during Saturday’s title game against New Caney Porter.