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Veterans Breakfast

Veterans Breakfast

A Veterans breakfast was sponsored by the Gatesville Multi-service Senior Center (shown above) as well as the Gatesville Exchange Club.

Honoring our Veterans

Honoring our Veterans

Members of the Gatesville High School Student Council hosted a Veterans Day Program on Monday. A large crowd of students as well as active duty soldiers and veterans attended the ceremony held at McKamie Stadium. In the left photo, guest speaker Maj. Gen. Frank Tate, commanding general, First Army Division West, is shown being welcomed by Gatesville Mayor Gary Chumley. On the right, students can be seen showing their patronage to our military.

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Gatesville celebrates Veterans Day

Photos by Mark Goodson and Bailey Dickie

Gatesville celebrates Veterans Day

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The results are in!

Area voters approved a $9.9 million Gatesville High School bond package, elected three local offi cials and agreed to wine and beer sales in one town’s city limits in the Nov. 5 general election.

Defending the flag

Photo by Heather Ashley

Defending the flag

World War II veteran James Dixon, 96, holds a photo of himself taken in 1945 in Germany while he was serving in the Army Air Corps, later the Air Force, in support of U.S. war efforts.

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