The Granbury Theatre Company has canceled this weekend's performances of "Legally Blonde" after two staffers with the Granbury Theatre Academy tested positive for COVID-19.
COVID-19 testing for all Granbury school district employees will be conducted in late July so that all teachers and staff are aware of their status.
All Granbury school district students will receive free school supplies to start the school year, which will help with costs during the health and economic crisis.
An elderly Pecan Plantation woman died in a house fire early Thursday morning, according to the fire marshal's office.
Yes, there's only one word associated with today's weather: HOT! Stay hydrated, take plenty of breaks and wear sunscreen if you're outdoors.
Following the success of the Garth Brooks concert aired at the Brazos Drive-In and other drive-ins throughout the United States and Canada in late June, Encore Live is launching Encore Drive-In Nig
Charlotte Groves Kuykendall offers patriotic T-shirts for sale in one of the vendor booths on the Granbury square.
“Those things are ridiculous. I will not be wearing those.”
That was me as late as a month ago.
The Lake Granbury Kiwanis Firecracker 5K Saturday drew a slew of runners. The race finished with 131 competitors. Overall winner was Clayton Smith, 18, of Cresson, who ran a 17:17.
So how do you effectively use your drag on your reels?
May 29 was to be graduation night, but COVID-19 has pushed the ceremony to Friday, June 26 at 8 p.m. on Tolar football field.
Granbury High School graduation returns to Pirate Stadium after almost a 25-year hiatus.
It’s not by design.
Edith Valdez, a senior on the Granbury High School cross country team, announced that she will continue her athletic career at Dodge City Community College in Kansas.
Granbury senior basketball player Jayla Hall announced that she will continue her playing career at Ranger College during a signing ceremony Friday at the Granbury ISD administration building.
Five Granbury High School student athletes announced college plans during staggered signing ceremonies on Tuesday.
Announcing their college plans were:
The Texas summer is on the way, and the warm water patterns start changing. In fact the heat affects all wildlife.