Jackson Gaulden was ready for school Saturday when he visited the classroom display at Coryell Museum and Historical Center. The 3-year-old son of Colt and Ashley Gaulden, Jackson dressed in cowboy attire, including spurs, for Old Fort Gates Days, which marked the re-opening of the museum after being closed for several months for renovations.
An all-out effort is again needed for the annual Food for Families drive to be held Friday at the Gatesville Fire Station. Churches, schools, businesses, organizations and individuals can drop off their food or money donations between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Jonesboro’s Josh Barnes stretches across the goal line for a score in Friday’s 64-38 bi-district win over the Mullin Bulldogs. The Eagles will now face the state’s No. 2-ranked Calvert Trojans on Friday in Jarrell in the area round of the playoffs.
The Gatesville Hornet boys’ golf team was all smiles, despite the bitter weather, last Thursday when they captured the fi rst place trophy at a golf tournament in Killeen. Shown are, from left, Jett Truss, Tanner Gonzales, Zane Washburn, Ryan Phillips and Bryce Cole.