Central Texas College Police and CCSO co-host multi-agency canine training event

Canine teams conduct training exercise. Lt. Mike Gonzales, with CCSO preparing to conduct a training exercise with K9 Kraken. Lt. Gonzales and K9 Kraken took part in a tracking event and were able to locate a human decoy that had previously hidden. Photo by Rob Atkins

Hornet Legends Retire

GISD couple set to retire Pictured left to right, Clay and Kathy Reeves have worked in the Gatesville school system for over 55 years and have recenity decided upon retirement. Courtesy Photo

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Central Texas College Police and CCSO co-host multi-agency canine training event

Canine teams conduct training exercise. Lt. Mike Gonzales, with CCSO preparing to conduct a training exercise with K9 Kraken. Lt. Gonzales and K9 Kraken took part in a tracking event and were able to locate a human decoy that had previously hidden. Photo by Rob Atkins

Central Texas College (CTC) Police Department hosted a multiple agency canine training event in conjunction with the Coryell County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) recently.

Walmart Pharmacies now providing Moderna COVID-19 vaccine

Gatesville Walmart received a supply of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccination earlier last week and began to provide pre-scheduled doses to individuals that had submitted their names to receive the vacc

Hornet Legends Retire

GISD couple set to retire Pictured left to right, Clay and Kathy Reeves have worked in the Gatesville school system for over 55 years and have recenity decided upon retirement. Courtesy Photo

Hornet Legends, Clay and Kathy Reeves have decided to retire together from the Gatesville High School at the end of this year.

MAPS and District Attorney prepare for court

The Coryell County Courthouse As the COVID-19 numbers are decreasing, the courts and prosecutors are preparing to resume full duties. Courtesy Photo

Coryell County has established forward thinking movement in regards to the relationship between the minority community and the criminal justice system.

Commissioner’s meet for county update

Much needed rest RehabLiving at Coryell Health provided sleeping arrangements and warm showers for employees who continued to care for patients through the recent snow storm. The storm caused some roads to become impassable and left many without water and electricity. Courtesy photo

The Coryell County Road & Bridge Administrator, Justin Latham explained that over the past week, during the winter storm, the Road and Bridge Department worked continuously around the clock, ut

To say healthcare workers deserve recognition for working through the Covid-19 pandemic is an understatement.

State and County COVID-19 update and statistics

COVID-19 effects demographics DSHS chart displays how COVID-19 is effecting us demographically. Courtesy photo

According to the Texas Department of Health and Human Services (DSHS) current website information, there are approximately 2,245,634 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the State of Texas, with 6,479 of

What to know while recovering from winter storm Uri

We have all been hit hard by recent winter storm Uri and now we are possibly facing home damage and price gouging.

Ft. Hood soldiers respond to call for help

Staff Sgt. Marquis Fuse, Bravo Company, 303rd Military Intelligence Battalion, 504th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, poses for a photo, Fort Hood, Texas. Courtesy photo

Recently a fire broke out at a local hotel in Killeen.

Boil Water Notice has been rescinded

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On Feb.

Sports

Hornets pummel Clifton, 12-0

Bralen Veazey

Gatesville baseball coach Chase Smith has been waiting for a performance like the Hornets’ baseball program produced Tuesday.

Jonesboro, Oglesby earn all-district picks

Offensive force Jonesboro’s Alissa Shumate was selected the District 25-1A Offensive Player of the Year. Jonesboro and Oglesby were well represented on the team. Photo by Mark Goodson

Jonesboro sophomore Alissa Shumate earned the Most Valuable Offensive Player for District 25-1A as selected by the district coaches.

The Gatesville Hornets showed well in their opening week of the high school baseball season.

Trinidad big men hold off Tigers

Junior on the move Blake Thompson shows his quickness and speed on a breakaway possession for Oglesby Saturday in their third round playoff game. Trinidad won the game, 71-60. Thompson scored 13 points and had several key passes to set up his teammates. Photo by Mark Goodson

Oglesby managed to get in 20 games this season.

Seven Hornets garner all-district in basketball

Caitlin Chacon

Caitlin Chacon earned the Defensive Co-MVP as selected by the District 6-4A basketball coaches.

The senior was one of seven Hornets named to the team.

Hubbard defeats Jonesboro, 63-44

30-point mark

Gunnar Schultz turned in another solid game for the Oglesby Tigers in Wednesday’s 70-62 area playoff win over Zavalla. The Tigers are the only remaining area team in the playoffs. The district-rival Jonesboro boys fell, 63-44, to Hubbard in the bi-district round.

Hubbard rolled to a 63-44 win over the Jonesboro Eagles in the bi-district round of the Class 1A boys’ playoffs at Valley Mills High School.

Hubbard led 33-24 at halftime.

Throw to first

Photo by Mark Goodson

Cera Touchet makes a throw from her shortstop position Tuesday in the home opener for the Gatesville Hornets softball team. Taylor beat the Lady Hornets, 15-2.

Oglesby finds path to area win

30-point mark Gunnar Schultz turned in another solid game for the Oglesby Tigers in Wednesday’s 70-62 area playoff win over Zavalla. The Tigers are the only remaining area team in the playoffs. The district-rival Jonesboro boys fell, 63-44, to Hubbard in the bi-district round. Courtesy photo by Scott Schultz

Oglesby is playing its best basketball at the right time. On Wednesday, the Tigers earned a 70-62 playoff win over the Zavalla Eagles at Slocum High School.

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