Stage 4 Drought Pro-Rata Curtailment for Lake Proctor declared recently by the Brazos River Authority does not immediately affect the Multi- County Water Supply. Multi-County gets its water from Lake Proctor through a contract with the City of Hamilton.
The late Joe Hanna never sought the limelight during his lifetime, often helping others through anonymous donations. Now, the M.J. Hanna Foundation continues to fulfi ll his wishes to help local youth. The foundation recently donated $200,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Gatesville that will be used to help build a recreation center for the club.
Jonesboro’s Tommy Isom (11) tried to go over Oglesby defender Ryan Standridge (15) for a layup during the opening quarter of Tuesday cross-county match-up. Isom had 20 points on the night, including the game-winning three-pointer with 17 seconds remaining. Oglesby’s Nikita Roedler (5) is shown in the background.
Jonesboro’s Caitlin Ashby (with ball) looks for a teammate after going to the floor for a loose ball in the Lady Eagles’ 65-24 win over Oglesby. The Lady Tigers’ Felicia Hernandez (23) and the Lady Eagles Amber Hill were caught up in the scramble for the ball.
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