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The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) may finally be ready to hit the gas on widening U.S. Hwy. 377, taking it from four lanes to six through the most congested part of Granbury, Texas.

Caring Transitions of Granbury strives to make the tasks of relocating, downsizing, decluttering and estate sales easier for residents of Granbury, Southwest Fort Worth, Aledo, Cleburne, Joshua, Benbrook, Crowley, Arlington, Weatherford, Burleson, Stephenville, Glen Rose and Godley.

Hood County, Texas individuals, businesses and organizations are encouraged to participate in Lights Out Texas, a Texas-wide initiative encouraging individuals to turn off or dim non-essential lights to help protect birds from colliding into bright lights or becoming disoriented. Everyone is encouraged to turn their lights off from 11 p.m.-6 a.m. during the critical peak spring migration period of April 19 through May 7.



Lipan High School sophomore Trinity Benitez didn’t just set a record. She obliterated it. At the Class 2A area track meet Benitez hurled the discus 94 feet, 3 inches, shattering the school rec…

Granbury High School senior Gracie Nichols, a member of the Lady Pirate volleyball team, announced her plans to continue her playing career at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton du…

Arts & Entertainment

Ever since Chicago — one of the most popular rock bands of all time — released its first album, “Chicago Transit Authority” in 1969, Rene Pena of Richardson was hooked on the self-described “rock and roll band with horn


the First National Bank moved the vault door from The Hood County State Bank.  It was installed in The First National Bank and would become its safe deposit vault.  It is still in use today.