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Five days into the month-long filing period, Sheriff Roger Deeds has two challengers.

Hood County Conservatives welcome President Trump’s Texas Regiona

Gospel truth

Diana and Gary Handley landed in Granbury in 2006 after living in a fifth wheel as mobile missionaries.

Honor band

Five Granbury Middle School band members were named to the second-ever honor band after going through three-part auditions judged by directors and musicians by several other school districts.

Acton Middle School and Granbury Middle School sent 30 students to the All-Region Choir concert on Nov. 2 at Weatherford College. Students included were:


All students at Emma Roberson Elementary School received free books thanks to a grant from the United Way of Hood County.

The books were handed out during a presentation on Friday.

Salute to veterans

Oak Woods School first graders presented a music program to honor America and its veterans as part of Granbury ISD’s Veterans Day celebrations, which began last week and continued through the Mo

CTE director Gentry retiring

Judy Gentry, the Granbury ISD career and technical education director, will retire at the end of the calendar year, the school district announced in a press release.


Hood County was represented in both the Class 1A and Class 5A levels at the UIL Cross Country Championships in Round Rock last week.

The Granbury Lady Pirate Purple and Gold golf teams ended their fall seasons at the Jay Brewer Lady Tiger Classic in Texarkana last weekend.

Still here

A turnover-laden performance led to a 24-7 loss for the Granbury Pirates at Saginaw Friday in the final game of the regular season.

Lady Pirates ousted by Denton in area round

The Granbury Lady Pirates were eliminated from the UIL Class 5A volleyball playoffs Friday with a 3-0 (25-13, 25-23, 25-23) loss to Denton at Saginaw Chisholm Trail High School.

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A strong defensive first half wasn’t enough as the Tolar Rattlers lost 27-7 at Comanche to end the Rattlers’ regular season Friday.

Still settling in

The Granbury Lady Pirates lost their fi rst game under new head coach Alan Thorpe 57-29 at Decatur Saturday.

The Granbury Lady Pirates earned their first win of the season by beating Nolan Catholic 55-44 at home Tuesday.

Go to work

Granbury Lady Pirate forward Jayla Hall battles down low with a Mineral Wells player during a scrimmage Tuesday.

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