Travis and Latana Franks took advantage of the pleasant early morning weather to take their children to Raby Park. Travis is shown pushing 2-year-old Kendrick, while Latana is swinging 1-year-old Aubriella.
Members of the Gatesville Volunteer Fire Department received a tour this week of the Hillside Medical Lodge currently under construction on Highway 36 to familiarize them with the facility. Kevin Griffin, right, construction superintendent for Smithers Brothers Construction, is shown telling Gatesville Fire Chief Billy Vaden, center, and other firefighters, about a feature in the building. Dan Marick, left, director of operations for Foursquare Healthcare, helped direct the tour. Afterwards, firefighters were treated to a steak dinner.
Gatesville senior Yazmin Robledo, left, and junior Gracie Lee, middle, move into position as junior Madison Carpenter, right, prepares to set for a spike attempt in the Hornets’ win over the Groesbeck Lady Goats on Tuesday night at Gatesville High School.
Pictured, bottom row, left to right: Saylor Galindo, Karmen Lanham, Kendall Villagrana, Darcy Carothers, Katie Farrell, Caeleigh Bly, Alleigh Necessary, Callie Goins and Milah Jones; top row, left to right: Samantha Aguilar, Lexi Maddison, Sydney Farrell, McKenzie Moreland, Kendall Hays (Buzz), Jordan Morse, Kaitlyn Smith, Kaitlyn Ferguson and Ashton Gribble.
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