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First Miss Spurfest Pageant held

First Miss Spurfest Pageant held

The 2014 Spurfest included a pageant with 20 girls competing for crowns in eight age division....

Ribbon cutting opens new hospitality house

Ribbon cutting opens new hospitality house

Bill Lewis, second from right, cut the ribbon for the opening of the Central Texas Hospitality...

Holding on tight

Holding on tight

Andrew Wallace (11) covers up the football while a Connally defender tries to take it away after...

Exchanging events

Exchanging events

Members of the Noon Exchange Club of Copperas Cove compete in the Gatesville Lions and Exchange...

  • First Miss Spurfest Pageant held

  • Ribbon cutting opens new hospitality house

  • Holding on tight

  • Exchanging events


First Miss Spurfest Pageant held

The 2014 Spurfest included a pageant with 20 girls competing for crowns in eight age division. Pageant director Candace Lovell, left, is shown talking with some of the younger contestants.

Ribbon cutting opens new hospitality house

Bill Lewis, second from right, cut the ribbon for the opening of the Central Texas Hospitality House. Pictured, left to right, are Perry Garrett, pastor, Grace Bible Church; John Firth, Coryell County judge; Tim Hunter, director of chaplains, Region 6, TDCJ; Michael Gohlke, president, Gatesville Chamber of Commerce; Lewis, CTHH president; and David Byrom, Gatesville mayor.

Holding on tight

Andrew Wallace (11) covers up the football while a Connally defender tries to take it away after the senior Gatesville wide out hauled in a pass during the fourth quarter of Friday’s contest.

Exchanging events

Members of the Noon Exchange Club of Copperas Cove compete in the Gatesville Lions and Exchange Clubs’ four-person scramble Saturday at Gatesville Country Club. Pictured L-R: Sandy Vegh, Ed Thomson, Louis Eiland and John Hammons.

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