Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff’s Office need help solving a burglary of a building.
Sheriff’s office deputies responded to the 4100 block of Highway 377 East on a disturbance last Wednesday about 6 p.m.
Volunteers needed as greeters, historians, office and clerical in the Visit Granbury facility. Please contact Visit Granbury at 817-573-5548.
Following a cancer diagnosis last year and battling the side effects from treatment, a partially paralyzed Trenton Grieb, 6, told his mom, “I can only do boring things, like eat and sleep.
SOUTH OF BLUFF DALE – He said don’t expect a whole lot, and I said, “That’s what I want.”
Some plants are simply misunderstood.
With the threat of a hospital district tax looming larger, a bank account growing smaller, and a belief that the county may be due a refund for decades of inmate care, the longstanding relationship
Reflections of Patsy Cline comes to Granbury Live this fall with Texas native Lisa Layne in the starring role.
The Granbury SEALS swim team competed in its second circuit match of the summer Saturday at Trophy Club.
The first Granbury girls basketball camp under new head coach Alan Thorpe began Monday at the James Wann Sports Center.
As the water settles out on Lake Granbury and the Brazos River, anglers have been hauling in big fish to start the summer.
Tolar ISD has tabbed Michael Hall to lead its girls basketball program.
Hall comes over from Mansfield Lake Ridge, where he served as a varsity assistant and a history teacher.
With the Granbury girls basketball camp underway, new GHS head coach Alan Thorpe is hoping to instill two things n younger campers.
The Granbury Seals swim team finished third at the Trophy Club meet Saturday.
The Granbury Lady Pirate basketball camp starts this Monday and runs until Thursday.
Hayden Dunn sinks a putt on the fi fth green at Granbury Country Club during the Hood County News Junior Golf Tournament.