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BELTON — After 16 hours of deliberation Friday, a jury of four men and two women were unable to agree on the guilt or innocence of Army Master Sgt. Christopher “C.J.” Grisham.
GATESVILLE — In order to afford privately owned firearm owners the same safety opportunities as motorcycle riders, the 1st “Ironhorse” Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division, hosted safety training at the Hicksville Gun Range in Gatesville on Aug. 29.
AUSTIN — Already a gun-friendly state, Texas is taking steps to be even cozier for concealed handgun license holders.
Sitting in his wheelchair with a stoic look on his face, the bearded man wearing Army camouflage quietly listened as the president of the court-martial panel read the verdict:
FORT HOOD — With no verdict yet, jurors continue deliberating capital murder charges against accused Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan at 9 a.m. today.
GATESVILLE — Jonesboro ISD officials must find a new trainer for district employees who will carry concealed handguns in the Guardian Angel Program after weapons instructor Adam Fitzer was arrested two weeks ago on charges of falsifying governmental documents.
AUSTIN — The Texas Legislature churned through its final day of passing bills Sunday, sending Gov. Rick Perry a new state budget that uses a surging state economy to restore large portions of historic spending cuts of two years ago, while a major proposed overhaul of public education testing and curriculum went down to the wire.
Proposed legislation now moving through the Texas Senate could allow individuals to carry firearms on local college campuses.
JONESBORO — Although Jonesboro Independent School District’s program allowing certain school faculty to carry firearms on campus is still in the early training stage, it has already drawn wide support from the local community who contend the benefits of the program outweigh its costs.
The Central Texas Republican Women’s dinner meeting is Wednesday at the Wildflower Country Club in Temple. The featured speaker is former District 54 state Rep. Suzanne Gratia-Hupp.
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GATESVILLE — With state lawmakers aiming to address the issue of school security during the current legislative session, Gatesville Independent School District Superintendent Stewart Speer asked the board to hold its fire on a policy to allow school employees to carry concealed handguns on campuses.
GATESVILLE — The Gatesville school board Monday chose to hold its fire on whether to allow school employees to carry concealed firearms on campus, opting to wait and see what action the Texas Legislature takes on guns in schools.
MOODY — Six members of the faculty and staff of Tarver Elementary School in Belton were in class Saturday to qualify for their Texas concealed handgun license.
GATESVILLE — School board members are considering a policy to allow district employees to carry guns on Gatesville Independent School District campuses.
GATESVILLE — After seeing a district-wide survey that shows school employees strongly favor allowing at least some district workers to carry firearms on campus, the Gatesville school board Wednesday asked Superintendent Stewart Speer to present a firearms policy template for consideration at the next board meeting.
A local instructor is offering free concealed handgun classes for teachers, school staff and day care workers in the Central Texas area.
GATESVILLE — Central Texas teachers are adding a fourth “R” to the traditional reading, ’riting and ’rithmetic.
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DJIBOUTI CITY, Djibouti — Around the clock, about 16 times a day, a drone takes off or lands at a U.S. military base here, the combat hub for the Obama administration’s counterterrorism wars in the Horn of Africa and the Middle East.
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The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.