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A pig roast and Ride for Texas motorcycle rally are planned Saturday as part of the annual luau at VFW Post 7835 at 3670 W. Highway 377.

Planning and Zoning Commission vice chair Eddie Rodriguez has filed for the Place 2 seat on the Granbury City Council, which is being vacated by Tony Allen.

The Granbury Chamber of Commerce followed the City Council's lead and adopted a resolution encouraging the Texas Transportation Commission and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to add 

The newly expanded Hood County Library will receive some of the additional furniture it needs, thanks to another $28,000 in donations.

The city of Granbury is accepting applications for seats on five volunteer advisory boards.

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A two-car crash on Highway 144 south of Mambrino Highway Wednesday morning left one man severely injured.

Visit Granbury Director Tammy Dooley’s invitation for the community to help in promoting tourism resulted in what she calls “the greatest idea ever:” a free dive-in movie event.

The Hood County Library is losing its second director in less than four years. Karen Rasco is retiring, effective Friday.

Sports

The Granbury Lady Pirates will play Euless Trinity on the road Tuesday in non-district competition.

The Granbury girls volleyball team finished second in the championship bracket of the Granbury Volleyball Tournament Saturday..

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The Tolar Lady Rattlers’ impressive start to the 2019 season continued Tuesday with a 3-0 (25-18, 25-15, 25-13) home sweep of Rio Vista.

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| HOOD OUTDOORS

Water temperatures are soaring and the lakes are stratifying. It is time to revisit what happens on our Texas reservoirs during the heat of the summer.

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Sure, the Granbury volleyball team’s trip to Hawaii last week may have looked like a vacation – and in some ways, it was.

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Leah Lawson will join the Cornerstone Christian Academy Lady Crusaders after being named a Texas Christian Athletic Federation All-State player in both volleyball and basketball for St.

The Granbury Lady Pirates opened up the 2019 Gran-bury Volleyball Tournament with three wins in pool play Thursday.

The Ganbury Ladt PIates have won their first six games in the Granbury Volleyball Tournament and are playing in the Gold Bracket quarterfinals Saturday at 11 a.m. 

Hood County News

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