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06/13/2019 - 12:00am
About a dozen county residents attended the Hamilton County Commissioners Court meeting Tuesday morning to express their support of placing monuments of the Ten Commandments on the east and west sides of the courthouse. Johnny Clepper addressed the...

SPORTS

FCA SUPER-CENTEX VICTORY BOWL - Hamilton was well represented by six graduating seniors last week in Waco and Belton at the annual Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes Super-Centex All-Star Victory Bowl games. Nominated by their coaches, Hamilton High School senior athletes Brianna Hill, Faith Lane, Trinity Haile, Blake Pettit, Bradley Elkins and Houston Tucker participated in week-long activities and practices bookended by a Victory Bowl game alongside athletes pulled from 92 high schools across the 12-county Central Texas area ministered to by the Heart of Texas FCA. Pictured (l-r) above, Haile, Lane, Hamilton High School FCA director Patricia Leach, Elkins, Tucker and Pettit with former Dallas Cowboy great Burton Lawless at Fellowship Bible Church in Waco. Pictured below, Pettit, Lane, Tucker and Elkins following the all-star football game hosted by University High School in Waco. Cheered on by Lane, the all-star red team including Hamilton's Pettit, Tucker and Elkins defeated the all-star blue team 17-14 on a game winning 20-yard field goal at the end of regulation. Hamilton native and current long-time Crawford Pirate coach Delbert Kelm coached the all-star red team in the victory. Below that, Lane and Haile pose with volleyball official Calvin Ford of Gatesville at the all-star volleyball game hosted by University High School in Waco. Lane joined an all-star cheerleading squad at the match as Haile's all-star red team defeated the all-star blue team in three games.

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06/13/2019 - 12:00am
The Hamilton Bulldog football team in conjunction with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension will be offering Fishin’ Camp with Footballers on Saturday, June 15 from 9 to 11 a.m. at Hamilton City Lake. Incoming third through sixth graders are encouraged...

OBITUARIES

06/13/2019 - 12:00am
Roger Paul Schwalbe, 71, of Jonesboro, passed away at home June 8, 2019. Services were held Tuesday, June 11, at Scott’s Funeral Home. Burial was in Jonesboro Cemetery. Mr. Schwalbe was born March 14, 1948, in Wichita Falls, to Paul G. Schwalbe and...