The Gatesville Civic Center is being remodeled and should be ready well before the Coryell County Youth Fair in January. Workers are busy wiring the facility, installing sheetrock and making a new entrance. Bookings are being accepted for next year and the Gatesville Chamber of Commerce has scheduled a grand opening for Feb. 28.
Traffic in the 400 block of East Main Street in Gatesville had to be taken down to single lanes last week when city work crews had to repair a water leak. The leak was fi xed on Monday and the road was patched a day later. Water leaks are regularly recurring problems throughout the city.
Gatesville’s bench erupts in celebration Tuesday as the 24th-ranked Hornets score the match’s fi nal point to come from behind to down No. 19 Robinson, 3-2, in a pivotal District 17-4A contest.
Evant’s varsity volleyball players take some instruction from head coach Justin Wood during a timeout in the early stages of the Lady Elks’ fi rst match-up with District 8-2A foe DeLeon.
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