Granbury ISD board of trustees approved new director of finance and facilities, Emmett Whitefield, at the school board meeting Monday.
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Because of continued dry conditions, the commissioners court approved a 90-day burn ban Tuesday.
The Granbury School Board dropped the school tax rate to $1.1114 per $100 valuation, down slightly from last year's $1.125.
Granbury city government is inviting all interested construction companies to attend a pre-bid conference 1:30 p.m.
Hood County Sheriff's Office deputies chased suspect Arthur Thurman from Contrary Creek Rd to Hunterwood Drive before using spikes to stop Thurman's vehicle, chasing him on foot and charging him wi
Lipan ISD plans to return to face-to-face learning Thursday, according to a letter to parents and community members from Superintendent Ralph Carter.
Granbury ISD reported five positive COVID-19 cases, three students and one staff member at Granbury High School and one student at Granbury Middle School, during the first full week of in-person le
Mission Granbury is accepting donations at their resale store's new location on 1204 Water's Edge Dr.
The Texas department of Transportation scheduled lane closures for seal coat road work from 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. this week on the following state highways:
Granbury ISD Board of Trustees announced they will discuss the budget and proposed tax rate in the upcoming school board meeting scheduled for 5 p.m. Monday.
All current year Texas hunting and fishing licenses (except the yearfrom-purchase all-water package) will expire Aug 31. New licenses for 2020- 21 are now on sale.
Trying to keep fish alive in the heat of summer can be a difficult thing.
While summer is generally considered wedding season, a survey conducted by Wedding Wire shows that October 10 was the top 2020 wedding date.
Beginning Sept. 3, both piano and guitar lessons will be on the weekly schedule for Thursdays at the Pecan Activities Center (PAC).
Thanks in part to 1.5 inches of rain in some parts of Hood County Sunday night, Lake Granbury is less than a foot low as the heat of summer continues. The forecast calls for perfect wake-surfing weather with highs in the upper-90s over the weekend.
I put some serious thought into what I might name a newspaper column. Since my goal is to provide insights about our terrific Hood County rural plex and the people who live here, I hoped to use an image which would be both comforting and nostalgic.
Our district’s leadership team has been made aware that some individuals in our community are concerned about the Granbury ISD policy regarding masks and face coverings. I want to take a moment to clarify the situation.
You won’t see any greeting cards celebrating it, and it’s not likely to be on your calendar, but in just a few weeks, National 401(k) Day will be observed. And this type of recognition may be warranted, too, because 401(k) plans have become key building blocks for a big part of people’s lives – a comfortable retirement. Are you making the most of your 401(k)?
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Granbury High School graduate Allison Henry, a former cadet in the Granbury Marine Corps JROTC, has been selected as the top applicant for the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) 2020 Carolyn Hines Memorial Scholarship.
Hood County Crime Stoppers and the Hood County Sheriff’s Office need help solving a trailer theft.
A 50-year-old man was arrested on drug charges after a traffic stop Monday morning on Contrary Creek Road south of Granbury.
When someone moves to Granbury, perhaps their first contact with city government is via the utility billing department. For anyone who purchases a house, rents an apartment, or acquires a piece of property, getting the utilities turned on is essential.
Tolar ISD Superintendent Travis Stilwell strongly recommends students wear face masks while in school buildings instead of a face shield without a mask based on information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Hood County’s local health authority.
The familiar sights and sounds of Texas high school football were prevalent Thursday evening in Tolar when the Rattlers hosted No. 4 Cisco in the fi rst and only scrimmage of the year. Here, the Rattlers pounce on a Cisco fumble. Tolar coach Jeremy Mullins said he was pleased with the eff ort from his young team. The Rattlers play for keeps Friday when they travel to Clyde High School to tangle with No. 3 Post. Kickoff is 7 p.m.