Veterans Breakfast

Veterans Breakfast

A Veterans breakfast was sponsored by the Gatesville Multi-service Senior Center (shown above) as well as the Gatesville Exchange Club.

News

The Gatesville City Council swore in new members, selected a new Mayor Pro-Tem and discussed the potential abatement of the former Rotunda building during their regular meeting Tuesday at City Hall

Sign down

Photo by Barbara Williams

The new sign outside of the Gatesville Senior Multi-Service Center is on the ground after being struck by a vehicle. The driver was reportedly experiencing a medical emergency.

 

Taking the oath

Photo by Heather Ashley

City Secretary Wendy Cole, far left, swears in two new, and one returning, city council members during the recent council meeting.

 Working Like A Dog

It was a four-legged family reunion as Winston, the labradoodle therapy dog at the Coryell County District Attorney’s offi ce, received a visit from his brother, Scout.

The Gatesville Chamber of Commerce and Visit Gatesville will host Corks & Kegs on the Courthouse Square 4-8 p.m. Nov. 16 in downtown Gatesville.

Veterans Breakfast

Veterans Breakfast

A Veterans breakfast was sponsored by the Gatesville Multi-service Senior Center (shown above) as well as the Gatesville Exchange Club.

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There is no doubt that World War II veteran James Dixon loves his country.

Defending the flag

Photo by Heather Ashley

World War II veteran James Dixon, 96, holds a photo of himself taken in 1945 in Germany while he was serving in the Army Air Corps, later the Air Force, in support of U.S. war efforts.

The Gatesville Chamber of Commerce will host their monthly Chamber Market Days event today at the Cotton Belt Depot in Gatesville.

This month’s market will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Area voters approved a $9.9 million Gatesville High School bond package, elected three local offi cials and agreed to wine and beer sales in one town’s city limits in the Nov.

Sports

The Lady Hornets basketball team will have their home opener Tuesday against the Belton Lady Tigers and will catch the San Saba Armadillos on Friday.

Defensive pressure

Photo by Mark Goodson

Lizette Castillo guards a Walnut Springs player during Tuesday’s basketball opener for the Oglesby Lady Tigers. Walnut Springs held on for a 50-44 win over Oglesby. The Oglesby Tournament is Nov.

Shy Tatum and Stormy Tatum both earned Most Valuable Player honors for District 18-4A team tennis.

The all-district honors were selected by the district coaches.

  Tough battle

Photos by Mark Goodson

Tough battle

Ethan Hightower (upper photo) rambles for some yards in Friday’s battle between Jonesboro and Evant. In right photo, Brandon Nemelka races down the sideline for the Jonesboro Eagles for the final touchdown in the team’s 65-16 victory. Jonesboro will face Leakey in the Class 1A bi-district playoffs at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Brady.

Jonesboro coach Eddie Gallegos knew Friday’s battle with Evant would bring out some challenges for his team.

Cold one day, hot next

Photo by Mark Goodson

Cold one day, hot next

Evan Washburn prepares for a shot during the fall golf tournament held at Waco’s Cottonwood Creek Golf Course. It was a two-day, 36-hole tournament for the Hornets.

Gatesville couldn’t avoid another defeat Friday night in Waco. The Hornets closed with a 59-0 loss to the La Vega Pirates at La Vega.

The Hornet boys’ golf team took on a tough 12-team fi eld at the Waco ISD Invitational Friday and Saturday.

Gatesville cross country coach Elliott Kelley believes this year’s team will gain some valuable lessons when they take on the Class 4A field Saturday at Old Setters Park in Round Rock.

Katrina heads to state again

Photo by Mark Goodson

Katrina Thoms will make her final run at the state cross country meet Saturday at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock.

 

 

 

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