News

The aftermath of a fatal collision on Highway 84 west of McGregor is shown following heavy rains in the area.

The Coryell County Junior Livestock Judging Team won fi rst place in the state in Junior Livestock Judging at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas last week.

Gatesville Hornet football fans descended upon the annual Gatesville Education Foundation tailgate party before Friday night’s homecoming game against Glen Rose.

Thursday night’s senior bonfire kicked homecoming weekend off right near McKamie Stadium in Gatesville. Traditionally, seniors run around the bonfire, made up of the students’ hand-decorated signs,

Early voting for the Nov. 6 midterm elections begins Monday, Oct. 22 and ends Friday, Nov. 2.

A Coryell County grand jury has released a list of indictments for the month of September.

“If kids aren’t safe, we can’t teach them,” stated Scott Harper, executive director of operations and student services, at the Gatesville Independent School District town hall meeting on Monday, Oc

Sparky the Fire Dog was out and about at the recent National Night Out event at Gatesville’s Faunt Le Roy Park.

Perry Garrett addressed the crowd last week at the weekly “Keep It Real” student motivational series held at the Gatesville High School auditorium.

Lisa Baker is seen painting pumpkins outside of the old South Side Sales building on the courthouse square in Gatesville.

Sports

Maci Matthews and Haley Nichols are back at it. The two standout Gatesville athletes are off to a good start in fall league select baseball.

The Evant Elks won the district championship in cross country Wednesday at Melody Oaks Park in Priddy.

Gatesville ran into the cream of the crop Tuesday when the Hornets battled the Lorena Leopards on the road.

Wyatt Matocha clutches the football while displaying a stiff arm to keep a Texan at a distance on a run Saturday morning during a Gatesville Youth Flag Football League game.

Glen Rose’s Westen Halcom found the going tough in the middle of Gatesville’s defense Friday night.

Evant freshman Emiliegh Burton smashed down 17 kills to power the Elks to a 25-23, 20-25, 25-11, 25-16 win over DeLeon in D

James “Boobie’’ Miles, the legendary running back for Odessa Permian during the 1987 and 1988 seasons and key figure of the

Runners Riley McClure and Luis Macias have pushed each other all year long and Monday they will take on the District 18-4A

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