The Stone Ridge venue of the Peacock River Ranch will be the setting for an upcoming edition of TLC’s Four Weddings. The show will be filmed in the coming weeks for a future edition.
Coryell County’s FY 2018 proposed budget was approved at Monday’s commissioner’s meeting.
Anji Pearl Black and Charlie Day will be the featured artists Friday for the monthly Gatesville Country Music Hall of Fame program.
Candidates have little more than a week to file for upcoming Nov. 7 elections in three local entities.
Candidates still have until Aug. 21 to sign up to be on the ballot.
Perry Price has “adopted” River Road as his Keep Gatesville Beautiful project. He patrols the road twice each day, picking up any litter that he finds.
For the second time in his life, Cory Don Crosby, of Gatesville, has been convicted of injuring a child.
Peyton Jones, far left, has been battling leukemia for the past year. He is shown with his family, parents Jerry and Shante Seward and sisters, Madilynn and Evalynn.
The Coryell County District Attorney’ Office filed 44 charges by information during the month of July.
Thanks to the efforts of several partners, the half-mile long log jam that has clogged a portion of the Leon River near Mother Neff State Park has been cleared.
Voters in the Oglesby Independent School District gave a thumbs up to a tax increase to fund teacher raises and general operations and maintenance.
Gatesville junior golfer Cameron Hudson, right, competed in the 22nd Annual Craig Bukosky Jr. Golf Open at Stonetree Golf Course in Killeen on July 31.
The Gatesville Hornets moved from the UIL-mandated conditioning portion of summer drills to full contact work at the team’s first-ever Midnight Madness on Friday morning at McKamie Stadium.
After playing 10 matches during the opening week of the season -- with mixed results -- and 6A Belton in a non-district game on Tuesday night, the Gatesville Hornets will host their own 48-team, th
After winning their first two matches of the young volleyball season on Monday and Tuesday, the Gatesville Hornets dove head first into the 38-team, Jason Landers Memorial Invitational, which ends
The Gatesville Hornets morphed from shorts and Tshirts to full pads late Thursday night and very early Friday morning as the highlight of Midnight Madness.
The registration deadline for the first-year Gatesville youth volleyball -- grades 3-6 -- has been extended until Friday, Aug. 25.
Hornets head coach Kyle Cooper, left, addresses his squad during Monday morning’s dripping workout at McKamie Stadium. On the right, GHS lineman work on their fitness with shuttle sprints.
Gatesville sixth-grader Barrett Boyd placed eighth in the 11-and-under turbo javelin competition Saturday at the AAU Junior Olympics Track/ Multi Event Championships at Eastern Michigan University