Former Granbury School Superintendent Ron Mayfield died Friday following a short illness with cancer, the Granbury school district reported. Mayfield led Granbury from 2009-12 after serving as superintendent for Fort
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Tolar split games against Breckenridge on the road Tuesday.
A Hood County Sheriff's Office traffic stop near the county line in Cresson Thursday night resulted in three arrests on several drug charges.
The Granbury High School Marine JROTC rifle team won the Civilian Marksmanship Program precision air rifle state championship last week in San Antonio.
A Hood County jury sentenced a 29-year-old man to 50 years in prison for possessing thousands of people's identifying information, authorities said. Oscar Tinajero had been living in hotels and had
Area federal employees who are hurting financially from the month-long partial government shutdown don't have to worry about their electricity being disconnected if they are customers of United Coo
The Granbury City Council has appointed the first members of the newly created Ethics Commission.
The Tolar Rattlers lost 81-34 at home to top-ranked Brock on Friday.
The Granbury Volunteer Fire Department has two new personal watercraft to use in swiftwater rescues and searches. A $23,616 grant from Firehouse Subs was used to buy the watercraft.
A 50-year-old man was sentenced to life in prison after two of his daughters testified that he sexually abused them.
It may not feel like spring now, but warmer weather is just around the corner.
Spring classes for the Granbury Theatre Academy will begin on Sunday, Jan. 27 and run through May 3. Acting and dance training is offered for adults and children alike.
Friends of Memorial Lane report the helmet on the military cross sculpture is missing from the statue dedicated to veterans at Memorial Lane Park.
The Granbury Lady Pirates beat Burleson 50-40 Friday, while the Pirates lost 59-50.
In November, just before the start of the Rattlers’ basketball season, Tolar High School junior Kaden Delgado was diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome, which causes rapid muscle weakness. He spent nearly
Scott Squires turned heads in the first round of The Voice of Granbury with his rendition of “Cattle Call” by Eddie Arnold. He was turning hearts in the second round
Things took a surprising turn at Tuesday night’s regular meeting of the Granbury City Council, just before the council voted to adopt new water and sewer impact fee schedules that
A 45-year-old female employee of the Granbury youth detention facility was charged with four counts of indecency with a child by sexual contact, according to an arrest affidavit. Debra Ann
In the 2018 Class 1A semifinal game, the Lipan Indians set a Texas state tournament record with 14 three-pointers against Leggett. The Indians looked dominant on that day – Layton
Working together, those in Hood County are achieving great things. Through a recent promotional at Christian Brothers Automotive, $2,000 was raised to help Forward Training Center, a nonprofit agency helping
FORWARD TRAINING CENTER Volunteers needed to assist with administrative tasks, the business partner team, grant writing, graduate follow-up, meal coordinator, prayer team, instructors, mentors and more. Call 817-573-6677. MEALS ON
Pecan Plantation’s ballroom has a “Pardi Gras” fete on the calendar for Jan. 26 with cocktails being served at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6. A Cajun style buffet will
Taya Kyle, author of “American Wife,” knows what it’s like to suddenly lose a spouse. Her husband, Navy SEAL and sniper Chris Kyle, was murdered at a shooting range near
Frankie Stuart Jarnagin, 83, of Tolar, passed away on Friday, January 11, 2019. Celebration of Life: 4:00 PM, Saturday, January 26, 2019, Tolar United Methodist Church, Tolar, Texas. Frankie was
Sunday night’s lunar event may not be life-changing. But it’s definitely worth observing, according to “The Old Farmer’s Almanac.” The moon will be a Super-moon, the name for a full