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The annual Spurfest event was held on Saturday, Sept. 15, at the Coryell Museum and Historical Center.

The “Fall Sweep,” planned by the Keep Gatesville Beautiful organization, is planned for Saturday, Sept. 29, from 9 a.m.-12 noon.

The Coryell County Commissioners unanimously approved the Coryell County fiscal year 2019 budget and the adoption of the 20

Gatesville’s Belle Bartlett recently rang in her double-digit year by requesting donations of dog and cat food for the Gatesville Animal Shelter in lieu of gifts for her 10th birthday.

A local man is at the center of a regional missing person search.

The city council approved the certification of unopposed candidates and cancellation of the Nov.

Due to the recent rains, the Coryell County Commissioner’s Court voted to lift the burn ban for Coryell County at their meeting on Monday, Sept. 10.

Yesterday, Sept.

As recent events have proven, natural or man-made disasters can occur anytime or anywhere.

A Coryell County grand jury recently returned 23 indictments for the month of August, naming 22 individuals as defendants.

Sports

The Jonesboro Eagles will be without standout senior Ethan Lilljedahl for “about three or four weeks.’’ Coach Eddie Gallegos said the running back/defensive back has a hamstring pull that he sustai

Gatesville dominated its Friday match with the Salado Eagles, taking a 3-0 sweep at Gatesville High School.

The Hornets used some strong serving and solid passing to control the action.

The Hornets aren’t going to spend any time feeling sorry for themselves, they are going to buckle up the chin straps and get ready for another quality opponent.

In left photo, Virginia Garza closes with a strong finish as the top finisher for the Jonesboro Eagles during Thursday’s cr

Gatesville started in a hurry and made quick work of Hillsboro Tuesday.

Senior Riley McClure said the team’s victory in the Bill Bradley Invitational Thursday isn’t anything to get too excited about.

Recent storms in the area held off just in time for the annual Gatesville Lions Club and Exchange Club golf tournament, hosted Saturday at the Gatesville Country Club.

The Oglesby Tigers volleyball team dropped a match to the Centex Chargers Friday night at Oglesby.

The Tigers showed some solid serving and hustle, but came up short.

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