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Freak accident claims life

Freak accident claims life

Jeremiah Anderson, 33, of Moffat, died Tuesday when he was pinned between the cab of his truck and...

Ground-breaking held

Ground-breaking held

A ground-breaking ceremony was held last week for a new dialysis center being built by the Coryell...

Double block attempt

Double block attempt

Brianna Poe, left, and Lexi Hall go high in an attempt to block a spike from a Lorena player in...

Dig it up

Dig it up

Gatesville’s Laura Vega went down for a dig in Tuesday’s 3-1 loss to league champion Lorena. The...

  • Freak accident claims life

  • Ground-breaking held

  • Double block attempt

  • Dig it up


Freak accident claims life

Jeremiah Anderson, 33, of Moffat, died Tuesday when he was pinned between the cab of his truck and a gate he was opening. The accident happened about three miles north of Purmela on Farm-to-Market Road 932 shortly before noon.

Ground-breaking held

A ground-breaking ceremony was held last week for a new dialysis center being built by the Coryell Memorial Hospital Health System (CMHS). Pictured, from left to right, are Carol Jones, controller; Connie Allen, operating room director; Alan Ivy, fi nance; W.B. Maples, director; Ken Poston, director; Joe Duncan, contractor; David Byrom, CEO; Sheldon Chaffer M.D. medical director; Sharon Evetts, administration; Mary Jane Ziegler, director; and Cindy Lowery, administration.

Double block attempt

Brianna Poe, left, and Lexi Hall go high in an attempt to block a spike from a Lorena player in Tuesday’s regular season finale. Despite a 3-1 loss, the Gatesville Hornets will play Fairfield in the bi-district round of the playoffs Tuesday at La Vega High School.

Dig it up

Gatesville’s Laura Vega went down for a dig in Tuesday’s 3-1 loss to league champion Lorena. The Hornets fi nished third in District 7-4A and will meet Fairfi eld in the bi-district game Tuesday at La Vega High School.

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