News

Summer is the perfect time to take advantage of one of Gatesville’s city venues, Faunt Le Roy Park. The park features playground equipment, picnic tables, BBQ grills and restrooms.

For 8-year-old Kegan Redford, Hawaii was everything he could have imagined and more.

The City of Gatesville was honored by the Central Texas – Fort Hood Chapter of the Association of the United States Army, on Wednesday, Photo courtesy of Eric Penrod July 11, at Fort Hood.

2017 Gatesville High School graduates Ty Jordan and Seth Jordan earned the International Livestock Judging Championship at the Royal Highland Show in Scotland recently.

For 18-year-old Hannah Herring, an internship with the City of Gatesville has, in some ways, been years in the making.

Bill Parry, Gatesville city manager, presented a proposed future land use map of Gatesville which is a component of the city’s comprehensive plan at the Tuesday, July 10, city council meeting.

Newly installed officers for the Bee House Masonic Lodge gathered for a group photo. Front row, left to right, are: David Poston, Junior Warden; John W.

For Jan Ward, 72, of Copperas Cove, the completion of her 50-state race quest looming just around the corner is both bittersweet and brimming with emotion.

The Gatesville Masonic Lodge recently installed officers for the 2018-2019 year.

Onlookers reveled at the 4th of July fireworks display presented in Gatesville this week.

Sports

Walt Stanton has been playing golf at Gatesville Country Club for four decades.

“I’ve been here for 41 years on and off,’’ Stanton said. 

Contestants from all over Texas came to Gatesville to compete in the annual youth rodeo held Friday and Saturday nights at the Gatesville Riding Club Arena.

The Gatesville 10U baseball teams will compete in Jacksonville this week in the Texas Teen-Age Baseball Association state tournament.

Fourteen Gatesville summer track athletes qualified for the TAAF state meet with their performances in Waco last week in the regional competition. The meet was held at Hart-Patterson track.

The Keeton family will be extra busy this week. The family will be split between two state tournaments for youth baseball.

Mike McDonald has long prided himself on seizing the opportunity.

Another moment faces the former Gatesville Hornet defensive end as he prepares for another football season.

Muegge Heat & Air came out hot in the Saturday afternoon championship game in the Texas Teen-Age Baseball-Softball Association title game at the Gatesville Athletic Complex.

Quinton & Sons took second place in the 6U regular season. They advanced to the first round of the playoffs.

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