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Commission asking public for pre-WWII photographs - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
The Coryell County Historical Commission is seeking pre-World War II photos to be scanned and displayed at the Coryell County annex on Main Street. The commission will have a booth for a “photo fair” on Saturday, June 6, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m ...
Local Scouts attend spring canoe races in Palo Pinto - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Members of Boy Scout Troop 272 recently attended the spring canoe races held on the Brazos River at Worth Scout Ranch in Palo Pinto. The troop had two first place finishes, a second and a third. Chase Schraam and Matt Fisher won first in their ...
Little League to make up all baseball, softball games - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Mother Nature has blessed Gatesville with an appreciated amount of rainfall this summer, but just like everything else, something good must come with a price. The price is rained-out Little League baseball and softball games.
Funnel clouds spotted - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Robert Jeffcoat, a storm spotter with the Turnersville Volunteer Fire Department, snapped this photo of two funnel clouds that dipped down Sunday evening about a mile north of Turnersville. He said the cloud was near the Bosque/Coryell/ Hamilton county line.
McConville, Tran top two at Gatesville - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
The narrowest of margins separated the top two academic students this year at Gatesville High School. Madison McConville was named valedictorian, edging Michelle Yen- Thy Tran by only 0.006 of a point. McConville posted a grade point average of 4 ...
Last man standing - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
Justice of the Peace Coy Latham, center, was the last person standing at the Gatesville Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s $10,000 giveaway. Foundation representatives Carla Manning, left, and Rick Copp, right, are shown presenting Latham with the ...
Hornets knocked out of playoffs by Madisonville - The Batesuille Messenger&Star-Forum
In what was originally scheduled as a three-game series in the bi-district round this past weekend, the Gatesville Hornets and Madisonville Mustangs ended up playing a win-or-go-home baseball game on Saturday night in Franklin due to rain.