Today (Wednesday), at noon, the community will come together to form a prayer circle in remembrance of the one year anniversary of the construction site explosion on the Coryell Health campus.
By Max Rudolph
Construction workers use a crane to move heavy equipment at the Coryell Health hospital construction site.
Chase Ray Melton, 28, of Gatesville, is facing numerous additional charges stemming from an incident Friday afternoon when Coryell County Sheriff’s Offi ce deputies attempted to serve the suspect w
By Max Rudolph
The heat index was over 100 last Friday near lunch time but the heat did not stop Tammy Brown from her appointed rounds.
By Max Rudoplh
Joshua Wade Christian, a 43 year-old Gatesville man is facing charges for theft of property over $2,500 and under $30,000 for his part in a home construction agreement that allegedly was never comp
Gatesville Primary School Cafeteria Manager Tammy Brown hands Aryo-Jo West, 2, a free lunch courtesy of the GISD Summer Feeding Program.
Teacher salaries will be going up while taxes will likely decrease, as indicated in the report presented to the Gatesville Independent School District (GISD) Board of Trustees during their regular
Local children beat the heat at the Gatesville city pool on Wednesday. With scorching temperatures predicted to reach 100 degrees by end of the week, the city pool provides a cool respite.
Monday was the first day on the job for Coryell County’s new Assistant District Attorney Hilary LaBorde who replaces Jana Kaspar on District Attorney Dusty Boyd’s staff.
By Max Rudolph Messenger News Reporter
A 19 year-old man charged with seven counts of delivery of marijuana to a minor filed a waiver of arraignment during a hearing on June 19 in the Coryell County 52nd District Court.
Texas State Parks has adopted rules and regulations to protect park areas for future generations as well as for the convenience and safety of current visitors.
Messenger Sports Editor
Gatesville had a good turnout with 31 participants in Monday’s fi rst wrestling camp at the high school.
By Mark Goodson
Along a scenic stretch of the Leon River southwest of Waco lies Mother Neff State Park, one of Texas’ earliest state parks. Isabella Neff donated the original six acres for the park in 1921.
The group of golfers who play on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Gatesville Country Club range in talent.
They prefer to be called the champions tour said coordinator Andy Massingill.
By Mark Goodson
The 10U girls district softball tournament will start Monday in Gatesville.
All the tournaments for the various girls divisions will run through will June 24-28.
The Sonic 15U team will open district softball playoffs in Troy.
Gatesville will host tournaments for the 10U girls and boys and for 12U boys in softball and baseball.
Carolise Ivy returns a shot in the Gatesville tennis camp Monday at the high school courts. The camp runs through Thursday at the high school courts. The camp is for elementary age students.