Barbara Stevenson, longtime co-owner of the Nutshell Eatery & Bakery on the square, died Wednesday night, according to Scott Young, former head of the Historic Granbury Merchants Association (H
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Lone Star Street Rod Association State Run comes to Granbury’s Hewlett Park from 8 s.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. The display includes about 450 hot rods, along with music, raffles and awards.
Lipan and Tolar will play in summer league action at Glen Rose High School Thursday.
The game will take place at 6:30 p.m. Both teams won their most recent summer league game last week.
Deputies arrested sexual assault suspect Johnathon Zakariyyah Linfoot, 23, Tuesday evening at a fast-food restaurant on Highway 377 in Granbury.
The Monthly Community Pantry will be at the Granbury First United Methodist Church (FUMC) distribution site Friday, June 7, from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Fresh food through the Tarrant Area Food Bank is dis
Summer league basketball games in Glen Rose on Thursday ended in exciting fashion. Against Cleburne, the Lipan Indians rained in shots from beyond the arc in a comfortable win. And
Catch a personal best fish lately? Have a great day on the water? The Hood County News wants to hear about it. Over the summer, we’ll be accepting pictures from
Granbury High School assistant boys basketball coach Steve Weeks recorded an ace on Pecan Plantation Golf Course this weekend. Weeks made his hole-in-one on the Par-3 fifth hole, measuring 167
Five Tolar Rattlers were named to All-District 7-3A baseball teams this year. Senior Derian Morphew (outfielder), junior Matt Moody (infielder) and senior Brice Scott (catcher) were named to the All-District
Natural fielders The Granbury softball camp conducted drills on the football field Monday morning as construction crews worked to replace the backstop on the softball field. Campers fielded grounders and
The Monthly Community Pantry will be at the Granbury First United Methodist Church (FUMC) distribution site Friday, June 7, from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Fresh food through the Tarrant Area Food Bank
Lake Granbury Project Manager Connie Tucker helps sisters Andicia Alvarado, 8, (left) and Emma Alvarado, 10, (right) get fitted with new life jackets. Tucker and other representatives from the Brazos
When we accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior, we are washed clean of our sins and will be saved from the judgement of our sins. However, in the
THURSDAY, JUNE 6 Thursday Night Dance at the Senior Center, featuring live entertainment by Pete and Patti, 501 E. Moore St. Discovery Lab on Wheels, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.,
Paula Gayle Fletcher died peacefully in her sleep early Sunday morning May 26th 2019 at the age of 63. Paula was a unique one of a kind, said it like
Travis G. Waggoner, III, 77, of Granbury passed away on Friday, May 24, 2019. Private family services will be held at a later date.
Ione Bernice Brewer "Boots"Fowler, 102, passed away peacefully on April 8, 2019 in Abilene at Mesa Springs Healthcare Center. A graveside service will be held at Acton Cemetery on Sunday,
Andante Jones Harris, age 36 of Granbury, passed away Wednesday, May 29, 2019. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m., Monday, June 3rd at Bethel Assembly in Albany with
Keith Dunaway, with the Indian Harbor Volunteer Fire Department, lets Riece Moreland, 11, operate the fire hose on the fi re department’s boat. The demonstrations took place at Water Safety
The summer reading club for children up to age 11 is underway at the Hood County Library. The kickoff event at Shanley Park featured snow cones, face painting and games
FACE PAINT: Micah Sliva, 5, was getting his face painted at the summer reading kickoff Saturday. The Hood County Library hosted the event. Sliva is growing his hair to donate
Atable from the historic Nutt House Hotel and Restaurant has found a new home at the Hood County Library. The extra long table measures 20 feet and fits perfectly on
Community education programs hosted by Lake Granbury Master Gardeners this summer will prompt you to cook with culinary herbs and plant sustainable landscapes. On Tuesday, June 25, 6:30 p.m., registered
Although the word tree often connotes tall, full-canopied and long-lived woody plants such as live oak, most homesites better accommodate medium-to-small trees. Fortunately, this does not restrict selection, particularly when
Travelers on Highway 144 between Gran-bury and Glen Rose enjoy a colorful palette of wildflowers.These Mexican hats and purple horsemint don’t disappoint.