A former youth minister who earlier pled guilty to sexual assault of a child will have to wait a little longer before learning his fate. A sentencing hearing was scheduled Monday for Evan William (Wil) Jackson, 33, in Gatesville’s 52nd Judicial District Court.
The Leon River is not the only waterway in Coryell County affected by log jams. A crew is shown cleaning debris from Coryell Creek on Farm-to-Market Road 107. Traffic was reduced to one lane while the clean-up was underway.
By C.J. BERRYMAN
For the first half of the Gatesville girls’ basketball contest at home against the McGregor Lady Bulldogs, the Hornets could do no wrong. McGregor was only able to outscore the Black and Gold in the fourth quarter, 19-11, but it was nowhere near enough to make it a competitive contest, as Gatesville shellacked the Lady Bulldogs by 31 points, 71-40.
By C.J. BERRYMAN
The Evant Lady Elks hosted Iredell in their final basketball game prior to the Thanksgiving break on Tuesday, but they could not keep up with the Lady Dragons. Iredell outscored Evant (4-4) in each quarter en route to a 52-43 victory. The Lady Dragons had advantages of 14-13 in the first quarter, 13-8 in the second, 11-9 in the third and 14-13 in the final period.
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