Coryell County commissioners will solicit support from other counties, municipalities and water supply entities to apply for a planning grant through the Texas Water Development Board. The county recently agreed to pay $10,000 to consultant Susan Roth to assist in the application process.
Bob Harrell was named the new emergency management coordinator for Coryell County, replacing Billy Vaden who is stepping down from that post. Harrell, who has an extensive background in emergency management, officially takes over duties of the office on Thursday.
By C.J. BERRYMAN
The Gatesville Hornet gridders have been grinding away from week to week in search of their first victory of the season, and on Friday night in Salado, they were rewarded for their work. The Black and Gold hit the Eagles right in the mouth, scoring 20 first-quarter points, and they continued to slug away en route to a 40-23 win.
By C.J. BERRYMAN
Jonesboro steamrolled into their homecoming football game on Friday, as they won each of their fi rst three contests of the season by a minimum of 12 points. That trend continued, as the Eagles (4-0) blew out Kopperl by a score of 47-0.
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