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County EDC re-visiting strategic plan

County EDC re-visiting strategic plan

As the Coryell County Economic Development Board continues to pursue a strategic plan, the board...

Something to cheer about

Something to cheer about

The Gatesville ISD Education Foundation Prize Patrol presented approximately $12,600 in grants...

Directs the offense

Directs the offense

Kaity Eudy (3) runs the Gatesville Hornet offense from her point guard position. Here, she is...

Over the defender

Over the defender

Gatesville’s Katie Veazey (22) goes up for a shot in the Hornets’ 50-26 win over Marlin in the...

  • County EDC re-visiting strategic plan

  • Something to cheer about

  • Directs the offense

  • Over the defender


County EDC re-visiting strategic plan

As the Coryell County Economic Development Board continues to pursue a strategic plan, the board voted last week to seek requests for proposals (RFPs). For the past two years, the strategic planning committee has been pursuing a plan, and it remains the number one goal for the EDB.

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The Gatesville ISD Education Foundation Prize Patrol presented approximately $12,600 in grants last week to local teachers to enhance learning in the classroom. Pictured, left to right, Linda Graham and Deborah Crosby Ford present a check to intermediate school teacher Gail Johnson.

Directs the offense

Kaity Eudy (3) runs the Gatesville Hornet offense from her point guard position. Here, she is shown passing to a teammate during the Hornets’ 50-26 victory over Marlin in the Gatesville Classic. The Hornets won four out of their fi ve games in the classic.

Over the defender

Gatesville’s Katie Veazey (22) goes up for a shot in the Hornets’ 50-26 win over Marlin in the Gatesville Classic. The junior forward had a solid tournament, averaging almost seven points per game.

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