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The Gatesville Public Library will be hosting a book signing on Saturday, Dec. 4, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Award-winning author Kaye D. Schmitz will be signing her most recent novel, “The Road Remembered,” which is about love, humanity and triumph amid the atrocities of World War II.

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 Gatesville’s Boozaar is just around the corner and will be taking place on Saturday, Oct. 30 from 6 until 8 p.m. on the courthouse square. In the past, between 60 and 70 businesses and organizations have participated to hand out candy and provide games for the children. This year, two milit…

Last Saturday the Gatesville High School Fighting Hornet Marching Band traveled to two separate contests, earning a “superior” rating at one and taking fifth place in the other competition.

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Whatever happened to…

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Coryell County Judge John Hull was elected as a first vice president of the Texas Association of Regional Councils.

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NEWS FROM PEARL

The next Pearl Bluegrass event will be Nov. 6.

Plan to bring your RV, Camper, or tent on Nov. 5 to join in a Pearl Community Center RV Barbecue, and then stay the night for the Pearl Bluegrass event the next day.

 The Mayborn Science Theater recently announced its show lineup for September. This month’s activities include weekday matinees, a Labor Day holiday matinee, a free teacher preview, Laser Friday, a star tour and a full slate of Saturday shows. Tickets for the Saturday shows are $7 for adults…

 Miss Zelma Scott wrote A History of Coryell County in 1965 and found in the museum collections are hundreds of her personal letters, tied in bundles or stapled together like the Grubb family letters. Below is part of a letter in his own words from Dave Grubb in 1945: