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At its regular meeting Tuesday night, the Granbury City Council will consider authorizing the city manager to execute an agreement with Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville (PGAL) to provide bas

Bill Clark no longer sets up a train around the Christmas tree. He has a dedicated train room with 200 feet of track. Read the story in the Hood County News Saturday, Dec. 14.

The new Santa's Library and Story Time, staged in a small red building on the southwest corner of the courthouse property, will be open Saturday from 1-2 p.m. and 5-6 p.m.

Granbury High School’s Synergy Racing team competed at the international F1 in Schools program in Abu Dhabi, UAE, in late November.

The Granbury High School debate team closed out its Texas Forensic Association regular season with the Mc-Murry/Stanford Swing over the weekend.

Getting tucked in

Jerry Souther, 5, carefully covers baby Jesus in the children’s play area at the Away in a Manger nativity display. More than 1,300 nativities from Faye Landum’s collection are displayed.

Away in a Manger

“All my nativities are special,” Faye Landham said Thursday from her nativity display known as Away in a Manger. “They all have a story.”

The name of Precinct 1 commissioner candidate Wesley Nelson was inadvertently omitted in the list of candidates published in Wednesday’s issue.

Sports

The Granbury Pirates took Hallsville to overtime in the third-place game of the Glen Rose Tournament Saturday but ultimately lost 80-75.

CCA girls earn win

The Cornerstone Christian Academy Lady Crusaders won some payback Tuesday at home, beating Newman-Cedar Hill 28-25.

Hunt’s 23, Wisely’s bucket earn Pirates overtime win

Trailing by one point at Weatherford with less than 20 seconds to go in overtime, the Granbury Pirates needed a break.

They received two.

Granbury’s Henry signs with McMurry State rifle team

Granbury High School Marine Corps JROTC rifle team member Allison Henry signed to compete in collegiate rifle with Murray State University in a ceremony Tuesday at the GHS rifle range.

The Lipan Indians survived a furious Glen Rose comeback to win 54-52 in overtime on the road Tuesday.

The Tolar Rattlers started their week with a 69-59 loss at Cleburne Tuesday.

Nutcracker Member Golf Club announced the appointment of Matt Sommerfield as the general manager and head golf professional at the club.

Finding your best winter presentation

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Water temperatures have fallen sufficiently in the 50s where the winter patterns will be the primary mode to catching fish.

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