The Hood County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Sheila Meagan Pullen, 28, who has an arrest warrant for possession of a controlled substance. Pullen’s address is listed in the 900
Hood County News
■ Carlos Aguirre-Moreno, 20, Dallas, possession of controlled substance, penalty group two, under 1 gram. ■ Victor Aguirre, 20, Hutchins, possession of controlled substance, penalty group two, under 1 gram.
Hood County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the 800 block of Pawnee Trail in Indian Harbor Friday morning in reference to a disturbance. Deputies discovered that Joseph Wayne Richt, 45,
Registration is already underway for the YMCA of Hood County’s summer day camps. Two weekly camps for two different age groups will be offered. Each camp will feature theme-based activities
“Population Characteristics” is included in the fourth-quarter economic report published by the Granbury Chamber of Commerce. The study was conducted by the Workforce Solutions for North Central Texas. The full
Try a little kindness ... it could go a long way. That’s the message Oak Woods School is sending. Others are recognizing Oak Woods’ simple but effective words to live
The Granbury Optimist Club honored Granbury High School seniors Clayton Jones and Yari Press as Young Texans of the month.
The Lipan Lady Indians beat Baird 42-36 in overtime Tuesday at Comanche High School in the first round of the UIL Class 1A playoffs.
All ages are welcome at the Hood County Senior Center's Two-Steppin' Thursdays dance events featuring a live country western band. The weekly event is from 7-9:30 p.m. Admission is $5.
Enjoy the flavor of homegrown vegetables?
The Lipan Lady Indians will take on Baird in the first round of the UIL Class 1A girls basketball tournament.
Taco Bell now offers food delivery from the GrubHub app, according to manager Ken Soto.
Girl Scout Troop 2322 recently viewed the 2019 Photography Show on display at the Shanley House Center of the Arts Gallery, 224 N. Travis St.
Parade pressure. It’s the feeling that you get when parade coordinator James Dickens reminds you for the fourth time to submit your parade application.
The Tolar Rattlers beat Paradise 80-49 at home Friday in District 7-3A play.
An Oak Woods Elementary class brightened the day of a World War II veteran battling cancer. Brandi Richeson's fourth-graders sent a care package to "Mr. Troxel," who is turning 93 years old.
On the agenda for Tuesday's regular meeting of the Commissioners Court is a dicussion and "appropriate action" regarding the purchase of furniture for the library through a grant and a donation fro
A. Wilson Gree, author and historian, will speak on the Battle of the Crater at the North Central Texas Civil War Round Table Monday, Feb. 11. Dinner is at 5:30 and the program at 6:30 p.m.
The Granbury Pirates beat Everman 56-51 Friday at home on Senior Night, earning their second district win of the season.
The Granbury City Council has approved $35,000 for a feasibility study to determine the practicability of installing fire sprinkler systems in buildings on the historic square.
James Jackson, of Fort Worth, went to be with his Lord Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019 after a long battle with cancer. He was born in Amarillo, Texas on July 11,
Sept. 20, 1935 – Jan. 29, 2019 Loys B. “Hutch” Hutchens of Granbury, 83, died January 29, 2019 in Ft. Worth, TX. Hutch was born September 20, 1935 in Chickasha,
Paul Worgan, 60, of Gran-bury passed away on Monday, February 4, 2019. A gathering will be held in his honor at 2:00 PM, Saturday, February 9, 2019 at Wiley Funeral
Bob was born December 19, 1936 in Ury, Oklahoma. His parents were Weldon Yates Phelps and Lorene Mead Phelps. He graduated from high school at Durant, Oklahoma and received his