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The fire consumed the structure despite their efforts, leaving only the exterior walls standing.

The evening of May 31 was marked by a poignant moment at Granbury Live as musician Darren Brown performed the song "Let Me Be the Last," written by the late Curtis Allen.

When Sarah Smith (a pseudonym) first suspected she was pregnant, she felt a mixture of uncertainty and apprehension. She had taken a pregnancy test that came back positive, but without any insurance, …

The Granbury City Council and the Hood County Commissioners Court recently requested that the Hood Central Appraisal District undergo a forensic audit, following concerns brought up by Mayor Jim Jarratt that excess funds were not being returned to the taxing entities.

Hood County residents are once again being targeted by a phone scam in which the caller claims to be a deputy from the Hood County Sheriff’s Office.

Do you have an incredible father you’d like to honor? Here’s your chance to give him the recognition he deserves in our upcoming special Father’s Day feature.

The Calvary Church of Granbury is hosting a blood drive Wednesday, June 19, from noon to 6 p.m. in the Family Ministry Center, located at 4800 Glen Rose Highway.

Joshua Tanner Green, a member of the Granbury Volunteer Fire Department, was publicly recognized Tuesday, May 28, during the Hood County Commissioners Court for his heroic actions in saving an individual’s life.

Precinct 2 Constable John Shirley received a unique honor Tuesday morning when he was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation during a regularly scheduled meeting of the Hood County Commissioners Court.

Hood County received the 2023 Safety Achievement Award from the Texas Association of Counties Risk Management Pool (TAC RMP) for its record of commitment to safety in the workplace, as well as for controlling the county’s workers’ compensation claims.

The Hood County Commissioners Court designated the month of June as Elder Abuse Awareness Month during a regularly scheduled meeting May 28.

District programs can once again use crowdsource fundraising at Granbury Independent School District following an approval from the board of trustees May 20.

As we honored those who gave all this past Memorial Day, no one feels the solemnity of this day more than those who did return from combat to join their families.

After deliberating for months and attempting to educate the public, the Hood County Hospital District board voted Friday, May 24, to add a hospital district tax to the November ballot. The tax proposed is an ad valorem tax on property of 2 cents per $100 of valuation.

The Lake Granbury Art Association will be offering their Annual Children’s Summer Workshop for ages 7-12 the week of June 17-20. The art camps are taught by professional local artists, some are retired art teachers, all are experienced in teaching.

As early as this summer, Granbury Independent School District will be implementing a new silent panic alarm system to ensure the safety of staff and students.

Granbury Independent School District officially entered into a memorandum of understanding agreement with Forward Training Center May 20, to provide the Powered for Life program for Granbury High School SOAR students on campus during the day.

Through teaching, workshops, mentorship programs and community outreach, Kirksey is honest about the work, risk and money involved.

The event is open to the public and promises a day of fun and competition. Participants, aged 12 and above, can bring their own guns and ammunition, although ammunition can be purchased at the venue.

As Hood County prepares for a new chapter in its spiritual journey, Reverend Angela Madden Scott steps into her role as the Pastor and Head of Staff at First Presbyterian Church (FPC), Granbury. Her …

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