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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 during a signing ceremony on Monday. Also at the ceremony were her parents, Chris and Sherri Nichols (…

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Jay Wagner is pictured with his catch that won the “big bass” award (7 pounds, 1 ounce) during the Granbury Bass Club’s March tournament, held at Lake Whitney. Terry Metheny won first place overall with five fish weighing 14 pounds, 10 ounces. Second place was Shane Timm with five totaling 1…

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 Many folks focus on slabs, crappie or — as they call them in Louisiana, sac-a-lait — in the spring.  These tasty species can be caught most anytime of the year, but during the spawn they move up in numbers in real shallow water. These fish are very predictable this time of the year and they…

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SPRING FUN:There will be plenty to do on and around the square this weekend with the free Granbury Founders Day Jubilee and Cook-off (previously called General Granbury’s Birthday) planned for 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Bulls on the Beach at the City Beach will …

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Prevent the spread of oak wiltOak wilt is one of the most destructive tree diseases in the United States, killing millions of trees in 76 counties of Central, North and West Texas. Texas A&M Forest Service urges Texans to help stop the spread of oak wilt by avoiding pruning or wounding o…

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Jack Mason, who was fishing with his grandfather Ron Collins, a resident of Water’s Edge, caught his personal best striped bass (8.5 pounds) on Lake Granbury this past Sunday.