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And we have liftoff

And we have liftoff

Gatesville’s Sarah Hogan streaks toward the jump line in the triple jump at the District...

Throwing smoke

Throwing smoke

The Hornets’ Evan Edmiston delivers a pitch during a District 17-4A softball game against La...

Day of the Child held

Day of the Child held

The Gatesville Exchange Club sponsored their annual Day of the Child last Saturday. Among the many...

Messenger’s archives site now available

Messenger’s archives site now available

The Gatesville Messenger, in cooperation with Newspapers.com™, announces the launch of its...

  • And we have liftoff

  • Throwing smoke

  • Day of the Child held

  • Messenger’s archives site now available


Day of the Child held

The Gatesville Exchange Club sponsored their annual Day of the Child last Saturday. Among the many activities was child fi ngerprinting by the Gatesville Police Department. Above, Arianna Armas, left, is being fingerprinted by Chris Cato while Logan Cato, back, watches his father at work.

Messenger’s archives site now available

The Gatesville Messenger, in cooperation with Newspapers.com™, announces the launch of its fully searchable online archive of digitized versions of many available past issues of The Messenger.

And we have liftoff

Gatesville’s Sarah Hogan streaks toward the jump line in the triple jump at the District 17-4A/18-4A track and fi eld meet held at La Vega in Waco on Wednesday. Hogan qualifi ed for the Region III-5A meet in three different events.

Throwing smoke

The Hornets’ Evan Edmiston delivers a pitch during a District 17-4A softball game against La Vega in Waco on Tuesday. Edmiston threw a fi ve-inning complete game to get the decision in the circle.

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