The Seaton Cemetery Association is planning to continue efforts to complete repairs and maintenance by reviving the association next month.

Flowers are in bloom around the Gatesville area as the season offi cially shifts from winter to spring on Tuesday, March 20 and runs through June 21.

The Texas Farm Service Agency Executive Director, Gary L.

5-year-old Layla Grace Evetts, known as Tiny Might to her family and friends, continues to live up to her name daily.

Hard work was abundant during the short-lived heat wave in Gatesville on Saturday, March 10. 

In their Monday, March 12 meeting, the Coryell County Commissioners’ Court voted unanimously to move forward with a request for proposal (RFP) for a Fort Hood joint use multi-modal rail/truck facil

Kaley Branch, center, received her certif cate of membership with the Gatesville Lions Club at a recent meeting.

Becky Coward was born to be an Extension 4-H agent. Born and raised in Thorndale, Coward grew up on her family’s ranch where she first developed her love for agriculture.


The City of Gatesville, in partnership with the Central Texas Council of Governments, is hosting a Household Hazardous Waste event today, (Saturday) March 10 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Two of Gatesville’s littlest garage salers enjoyed a rain-free afternoon during the city-wide Junk and Disorderly sale on Saturday, March 3. Shown above is Harper Hitt pulling her sister, Sydnee.


Gatesville coach Jaime Villarrial has had to re-confi rm to his players what it takes to be a winner.

Messenger Sports Editor Tuesday was a typical day at the club. It was a solid day for the Farrell team. “Bob’s the golfer in the bunch, I’m just glad to be on his team.’’ said Bill Truss.

Third and fourth grade soccer Tuesday, March 20 A&G Homes vs. Extraco Banks 5:30pm Field 1 The Gatesvile Messenger vs. Burns Construction 5:30pm Field 2 Alvarez Tune & Lube vs.

Gatesville High will have a pair of entrants in the Saturday Texas High School Girls’ Powerlifting Association state meet in Waco.

Gatesville’s pitcher trio of Austin Minchew, Evan Washburn and Chase Williams were not consistent in finding the streak zone Friday night, and the Hornets took an 11-2 loss in a District 17-4A base

Gatesville High claimed four places at the Iredell Invitational held Thursday at Waco Regional Tennis Center.

Allison Hopson and Sean Dolan captured first place in mixed doubles.

Now that’s an inning. Gatesville scored a run a minute, batting through the order to take command Tuesday night in its District 17-4A softball game with the La Vega Pirates in Waco.

Gatesville turned in one of its best performances of the season Monday, fi ring a team-total 323 to claim championship honors at the Iredell Invitational at


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